ELLE DECOR June 2011
“. . . it’s not surprising that an artistic sensibility is in evidence. Art shares these bright spaces with the children, but it’s art with a very personal provenance, from Adam Fuss photograms hanging near paintings by Arpels’s father to portraits of the kids by Theresa Byrnes. The maple veneer on the low-slung cabinets that run along the perimeter was crafted by Claude’s friend Philippe Prelati of Atelier Prelati. A series of self-portraits in the dining area is by Andre Gregory, another friend, and two drawings are by yet another close pal, artist Mahmoud Hamadani.