Q & A with decorative artist, Emmanuel Bossuet

  Emmanuel Bossuet in his stunning appartment in Paris. Image courtesy of The Socialite Family We were thrilled to have the opportunity to talk with the charming and erudite decorative artist, Emmanuel Bossuet, artistic director of Maison Charles, recently in Paris. … Continue reading

PAD PARIS 2016!

Carpenters Workshop Gallery, PAD PARIS, March 2015 ….. We’re looking forward to the Spring! Mark your calendars for the 20th Edition of PAD PARIS fair which will take place 31 March-3 April 2016 in the Tuileries, Paris.  It is one … Continue reading

Art Elysées – Art & Design 2015

‘Lyre’ table lamp by Philippe Cuny We were excited to visit the latest edition of ‘Art Elysées – Art and Design’ – which opened to the public on 22 October and runs through to 26th.  At the vernissage earlier in … Continue reading

The ‘Demeter’ cabinet by Antoine Vignault of OAK

This ‘Demeter’ cabinet was commissioned from Antoine Vignault by a French collector of fine and precious perfumes as a way to showcase their precious collection. Vignault’s inspiration for the piece is the Eleusinian Mysteries, a secret group which dates back … Continue reading

Hommage to Philippe Hiquily – Galerie Yves Gastou

After the model created in 1968 commissioned by Louise de Vilmorin and André Malraux which is in the Chateau de Verrières-les-Buisson, France.  ~~ The exhibition, ‘Hommage’ at the Yves Gastou gallery shines the spotlight on the work of the late … Continue reading

Interview with Armel Soyer on the eve of Design Miami Basel

Galerie Armel Soyer will be interpreting a Neo-Classical theme in the 21st Century in her booth at Design Miami Basel this year. It will be, without a doubt, a tour de force. We spoke with Armel as she was preparing for the … Continue reading

‘Body Language’ at Galerie Joseph, DDays Paris

  Standing light by Arnout Meijer Galerie Joseph’s exhibition ‘Body Language’ opened this week for DDays Paris – and its superb. It is the work of a collective of individual designers called Dutch Invertuals who all share one common focus: … Continue reading