Built in 1993, the Kenzo House is a tranquil sanctuary in the City of Light. It's situated in the historic Bastille district and spans 13,778 square feet. Renovated in 2018 by architect Kengo Kuma, the four-story residence is built around an interior courtyard and features a Japanese garden, providing the interior with zen views. The light, airy living spaces are warmed with wood finishes, including French oak louvers, cedar, and teak. A total of four bedrooms and bedrooms are spread throughout, along with a traditional tea ceremony room. The eastern aesthetic continues on the exterior with soothing water features, cherry and maple trees, bamboo, junipers, mosses, and koi ponds. Along with a music room, fitness studio, and two private parking spaces, the property offers three self-contained apartments for staff.
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