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Mona Oren’s ‘Living Surface’ exhibition

Mona Oren’s ‘Living Surface’ exhibition

Mona Oren presented her ‘Living Surface’ collection to the public in January 2015 at the Eye of The Twentieth Gallery, Paris. The exhibition was a testament to her exploration of contemporary art via different mediums; drawings, video and installation, photography and – her signature – sculptures. The young Israeli artist is known for creating 3 dimensional sculptures using latex, silicone, paper, plaster, but her favorite...

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Château de Fontainebleau: The Monument of French Royal, Art and Architectural History

Château de Fontainebleau: The Monument of French Royal, Art and Architectural History

Countless monarchs, from Louis VII to Napoleon III, have called Château de Fontainebleau their home, giving it their own elegant touches over the centuries. The Renaissance based, horseshoe-shaped staircase designed by Jean Androuet du Cerceau in Louis XIII’s reign is perhaps the Château’s most famous architectural feature. The Château’s apartments, with their opulent and highly refined décor and furnishings compelled Napoleon to...

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OA 1710 by Pewter-smith: A tradition of Luxury, Beauty and Excellence – 300 years in the Making

OA 1710 by Pewter-smith: A tradition of Luxury, Beauty and Excellence – 300 years in the Making

In 1710, Antoine Alegre, a master pewterer moved to Angers, in the Loire Valley of France,where he founded the “Etains of Anjou” which, with time, came to be known as the Goldsmith of Anjou or Orfèvrerie d’Anjou – thus laying the foundations for the world renowned Pewterer and Goldsmith company OA 1710. Today, OA 1710 is the most revered, sought-after and successful Pewter-smith company in Europe. It offers elegant and beautifully...

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Welcome to the universe of best-known designer Jacques Garcia

Welcome to the universe of best-known designer Jacques Garcia

Mixing several historical architectural styles with contemporary ones is Jacques Garcia’s signature that has earned him global acclaim. His first successful foray into the world of architecture and interior design was constructing and furnishing his grandparent’s house at the, unbelievably, tender age of 8. After completing his education in applied arts, he was hired by a firm of architects where he quickly established a reputation for...

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A blend of sculpting, carving and logging – Bertrand Lacourt’s Monoxyle project is an enchanting work of art

A blend of sculpting, carving and logging – Bertrand Lacourt’s Monoxyle project is an enchanting work of art

Bertrand Lacourt had been making gorgeous and artistic cabinets for 20 years before he decided to return to his childhood forest of Fountainebleau and start the project that would change the way furniture was looked at. He took inspiration from the traditional and elegant art of shaping one piece of wood into a single precise object, without brining any of the pieces together artificially i.e. they are monoxyla. He carves his furniture out,...

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L’Hotel: a stylish paradise in Paris

L’Hotel: a stylish paradise in Paris

Finding paradise in Paris is possible especially in the 6th district where  Oscar Wilde found his last home in St-Germain-des-Prés. This is one of the most glamorous places in town where we can sleep or dine, theatrically decorated, some sort of secret hideaway set in a quiet street surrounded by art galleries and boutiques. Not too rooms are the same and the interior design by Jacques Garcia remains breathtaking. The main style is...

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Richard Lauret : Living with style…

Richard Lauret :  Living with style…

For all design passionate and all those who want to live with style, the answer to the question is very simple: Richard Lauret. The French designer has been devoted to create the most exclusive universe since many years. Now, he has launched LAURET STUDIO, which proposes an exceptionnal flatware, poetic and sensual escape, the timeless harmony of esthetics and French elegance. So jump on it! And be part of a terrific French addiction! His...

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François Azambourg: a first personal collection made of delicate objects

François Azambourg: a first personal collection made of delicate objects

François Azambourg is a French designer who really inspires the world of creation. Winner of the Villa Medicis hors les Murs prize in 2003 and rewarded with the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in 2009, M. Azambourg is now a celebrity in the design industry. In 2014, he offers his own collection made of delicate objects. Inventor, François Azambourg combines beauty with the finest technique of craftsmanship. As a true adept of applied arts,...

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Alice Riehl : a world of delicate porcelain

Alice Riehl :  a world of delicate porcelain

Her style is white and pure, her universe is made of art and fine porcelain. Alice Riehl loves to design a world of elegance in motion, directly infused with botanical influence. She tells beautiful stories for everyday’s life and for unique moments, stories with flowers, plants, trees… Because she’s got this very personal way of understanding porcelain, she now collaborates with the best interior designers all around the world to...

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Blackbody, a very design way to look at the lights

Blackbody, a very design way to look at the lights

If you wish to find a different universe of lights dedicated to your home or your business, have a look at Blackbody company. Then, you will see the perfect way of adding a touch of smooth atmosphere wherever you need it. This is about design perfection. The system uses a very modern system called OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) which relies on the latest development in nanotechnology. Composed of a thin molecular layer of organic...

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