NOWNESS Visits Hockney’s Former London Home


A joint project with Apartamento magazine, The NOWNESS - My Apartamento series continues to play to our collective nosey streak, taking us inside the homes of notable figures from the worlds of architecture, fashion, photography and beyond. Highlights so far include Glenn O’Brien and advertising icon George Lois (aka the real Don Draper) both of whom call the Village home, as well as Ramdane Touhami of Buly 1803 and Cire Trudon, flying the flag for France with his dark and moody Parisian townhouse.

The latest instalment is noteworthy on two levels. Now in the hands of its original designers, couple Melissa North and Tchaik Chassay, interior designer and architect respectively, this beautifully cluttered West London flat once belonged to artist David Hockney. Legendary former owner aside, the space contains an incredible selection of mid-century furniture including an incredible bespoke wood kitchen. Watch on.