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Domeau & Peres, leather masters!

Domeau & Peres, leather masters!

The two leading names in the French furniture making industry, Bruno Domeau and Philip Peres, joined hands in the early 90’s to give way to an enterprise that captured everyone’s attention through its immaculately detailed work and its adeptness to bring out the best in every project. Their individual expertise in saddling and upholstery led their firm to the top. Domeau and Peres’ flair embraces extensive techniques, thorough...

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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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A wood sofa by Jean Royère sold 397.000 euros…

A wood sofa by Jean Royère sold 397.000 euros…

You will certainly ask yourself if it is possible to buy a sofa 397.999 euros? Because it certainly must be a golden one! Well, it’s almost a golden one, it’s a Jean Royère one so let’s say it’s a privilege to have it at home. The story of the sofa This Jean Royère sofa is called ‘Ours polaire’. It’s a ‘canapé boule’ with original light grey upholstery bought in 1954 by a couple who has been long admirers of the...

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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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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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