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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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Louis Vuitton pop up residence in Hong Kong

Louis Vuitton pop up residence in Hong Kong

Last october 2014, Hong Kong-based interior designer André Fu has created an intriguing ‘secret’ pop-up residence in his hometown for fashion powerhouse Louis Vuitton. One couldn’t imagine the perfection of the installation! The designer has managed to transform part of a private member’s club on Wellington Street into an ultra-exclusive 3,500 sq ft apartment. Only opened to a small selected group of VIP. A first...

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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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Ateliers d’Art de France, a world of French excellence

Ateliers d’Art de France, a world of French excellence

This French federation of craft professionals represents more than 6,000 craftsworkers, artists and craft companies all together! But what’s the goal with all this? To show the best French «savoir-faire» in the ‘purest’ way. Technically, Ateliers d’Art de France objectives are to ‘enhance, represent, safeguard and support the economic development of craft professionals’, which means there’s a deep commitment to the...

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Centre National du Costume de Scène : a place not to be missed in Moulins

Centre National du Costume de Scène : a place not to be missed in Moulins

Alongside the river Allier, basking in the gentle colours of the town’s bricks and pink sandstone, take the time to enjoy the special atmosphere to be found here. In the lovely and little town of Moulins, you can find a very nice museum dedicated to Textile Art : the Centre National du Costume de Scène.  You should not be missed it. Indeed, the museum gathers a prestigious collection of 10,000 costumes and stage decorations....

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Ateliers Allot, marvelous crafts and styles

Ateliers Allot, marvelous crafts and styles

Since 1812, Allot family shows a unique talent for craftsmanship, particularly towards woodworking and cabinetmaking. From the parents to the sons, the taste of craftship has been transmitted from one generation to the other, employing the most demanding of craft techniques, pattern inlays, a variety of impeccable lacquering, gilding, woodcarving, upholstering techniques. With the time passing and 30 years of experience in the fine...

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Idéel : contemporary furnitures for a bright life

Idéel : contemporary furnitures for a bright life

The 2 founders, Eric Eido and Valérie Merloz, wanted an original and innovative concept with furnitures and decoration objects holding the same identity, signing their difference. That’s how Idéel was born. Coffee tables, dining tables, miscellaneous shelves, lamps, beheads, bedside tables are all made with unique and Indian ancient woodcarving pieces. As they say : «The desire came to share this encounter, to hand over these pieces of...

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Pascal Amblard : Master of painting ornament

Pascal Amblard : Master of painting ornament

Internationally renowned muralist, Pascal Amblard has for the last 20 years been painting murals and ornament in hotels, palaces, and elegant homes for an appreciative clientele across Europe and North America. Also very recognized at The Mural School, he has painted hundreds of exquisite landscape murals with a distinct painting techniques so that he can transfer Images to Canvas, Color Palette & Painting Tools, Landscape & Sky,...

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«Nuage» : Exceptional lighting from French designer Thierry Vidé

«Nuage» : Exceptional lighting from French designer Thierry Vidé

Since 1998, Jean Sebastian and Félicien Vidé, under the name of Thierry Vidé Design, create and edit contemporary lighting designs, handmade in Paris. As designers of exceptional lighting, they like light sculptures with a high quality design and they’re very keen on producing them in limited editions. Today, we introduce «Nuage», an exceptional art work which exists in 3 sizes, it’s a very beautiful piece for a cosy home with a...

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Printemps : Exclusive Luxury in the best Parisian store

Printemps : Exclusive Luxury in the best Parisian store

Christmas is coming ! Welcome to Paris and to the world of French Luxury. In the city, the most popular Christmas lights are those decorating the Champs Elysées of course but also some department stores such as Printemps, in the Boulevard Haussmann area, where we can see the most elaborate Christmas decorations and Christmas windows. Shopping experience is something to be remembered here in Paris – made of a gala of lights, sounds...

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