Spread Of The Week : Mark Brockbank’s Monte Carlo Home

 

Mark Brockbank’s Monte Carlo home, Villa Nocturne was built in the early 20th century and had little renovations done until this modern redesign. Brockbank turned to architects Luca Bortolotto and Nikos Gallis to strip the interior of this 5,000 sq.ft. Mediterranean home. New York based designer, Timothy Whealon decorated Brockbank’s Georgian townhouse in London and was called to complete this Monte Carlo dwelling as a second job. Together, Whealon and Brockbank travelled Europe gathering furniture, art, light fixtures and inspiration to outfit the newly renovated home.

I am in love with the solarium off of the living space! The graphic wallpaper used in the powder room and kitchen is subtle in colour, but big on impact. What do you think of Mark Brockbank’s Monte Carlo home?

All images from Architectural Digest.

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