Aire Serrano was a labor of love, allowing me to transform an old, dark but charming apartment into a study of light, air and space. My vision was to convert it from a cave-like warren into a soaring duplex bathed in light, seamlessly integrating the outside with the inside. The pictures honestly under-represent the myriad angles, vignettes and senses of space that have emerged from the apartment's painstaking transformation.
My tastes run to the clean, sophisticated yet understated. I find beauty in small carefully-constructed details, and have sought to incorporate some of them into the apartment, such as the Zen bamboo fountain, the slate waterfall and the lighting coves over the living area.
Aire Serrano was meant to be a sanctuary within a stone's throw of Plaza Serrano's action, nestled among Palermo Soho's elegant restaurants, cafes, boutiques and galleries. It is my little retreat in Buenos Aires -- I am happy to share it with like-minded world travelers.