"These days I finally realised an old wish to own my own house," he wrote to his publisher. "Because I have now given up all thoughts about moving away from Weimar and think that I will live and die here." It was prophetic. Exhausted by his tireless work and illness, sadly Schiller died here just three years later. In the introduction to Life Meets Art we learn that Coco Chanel once said that an interior is "a natural projection of the soul". A good example is Villa Santo Sospir in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat near Nice, where Jean Cocteau lived. It belonged to his patron Françine Weisweiller, who in 1950 invited Cocteau to stay for a week's holiday. Little did she know he would stay for 11 years, covering every surface with designs mostly inspired by subjects of the Greek pantheon.
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