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  • Savoir Beds
    This new release from Savoir Beds, the master craftsmen of British slumber, is inspired by Greek mythology. The head of the Felix bed has been designed by Mandeep Dillon, the firm’s artistic director. It’s clad in a Zardi + Zardi linen fresco depicting the Triumphal Procession of Bacchus, the original of which was produced by Belgian artists Jan Van Orley and Augustin Coppens in the seventeenth century. The base of the bed features a minimalist design, resting on brass feet; the range of...
    40 years’ worth of creativity
    UK decorator and interior designer Kelly Hoppen is celebrating 40 years’ worth of top-level creativity with this collection of luxury furniture, produced in collaboration with the Decor Ressource innovation and design studio based in Vietnam. The items draw inspiration from throughout her life, including influences from her travels, as well as antiques and of course her own London home. This timelessly elegant lounge chair and desk are just two of the 100 items in the collection.Kelly Hoppen’s...
    Odéon Marble chandelier
    Timothy Oulton offers us this very classic-looking chandelier, in which the usual translucent glass crystals have been replaced by translucent ingots of white marble suspended from a matte black iron frame. The result is gentle and ambient light that shines through the marble in a way that’s reminiscent of moonlight. The light brings out the veins and delicate patterns of the marble. These vary in frequency and intensity from piece to piece in each light; marble is a natural material, so each...
     Sarah Lavoine set up her indoor architecture agency in 2002. Within the space of ten years, she has become a reference in the field of decor. Both her name and her output are now synonymous with Parisian good taste, contemporary aesthetics and excellent craftsmanship. An evangelist for elegant, colourful and many-stranded lifestyles, Maison Sarah Lavoine distributes its collections worldwide, staging unique decor from New York to Tokyo via Paris. Its sofas – mini or maxi- sized,...
    Voluptuous lights by Damien Langlois-Meurinne
    Damien Langlois-Meurinne likes to refer to himself as a “creator of outstandingly crafted furniture and space.” Apart from anything else, he’s one of the most prominent French indoor architects and designers. His clients range from decorating artists such as Muriel Brandolini and Sybille de Margerie to former F1 champion Alain Prost and fashion designer Alber Elbaz. Working in partnership with the Pouenat ornamental ironwork studio, and following on from his Libellule, Spring and Last Night...
    Chanterelle
    Maison Taillardat became in 2011 one of the very few Enterprises of France’s Living Heritage.We discovered this unique ensemble, designed and manufactured by Micheline Taillardat et Mathieu Ducournau, during the second edition of the Revelation trade fair dedicated to contemporary creators, arts and crafts.Evocative of a hunting technique quite popular under the reign of Louis XV, La Chanterelle restores the former glory of interior aviaries. In spite of its contemporary looks hinted...