‘Celeste’, 2013 ~~~~ We’re very excited this week to show you the enchanting ‘sculptures lumineuses’ of artist, Bastien Carré from Aveyron in South West France. We have seen one installed in an appartment in Paris and it looked both delicate … Continue reading
One of a pair of 19th century Northern European deer antler chairs ~~ The Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature in Paris holds a wonderful surprise – along with the permanent exhibition (see the deer antler chair above!) … Continue reading
Mobile Chandelier 8 We are big fans of London-based Cypriot-born designer Michael Anastassiades. His newest presentation of lights balances glowing opaline glass spheres, balloons and teardrops of light within impossibly slender geometric metal frames. The exaggerated metal structures suggest movement … Continue reading
We stopped by out of curiosity to see this installation of Fontana Arte lighting at Deyrolle this week. In this setting of intense visual stimulation, the purity and minimalist nature of the lighting forms on view complimented and highlighted the animals in a … Continue reading
7 Frame Cluster light by Iacoli & McAllister Photo: Iacoli & McAllister Here is a sneak peak at some of the lighting design from Brooklyn, NY that will be presented in a special exhibition by Triode Gallery and American Design Friends during Paris … Continue reading
lot 14 Serge MANZON (1930-1998) pour Pierre CARDIN. Lampe Eclair. Réflecteur hémisphérique en métal chromé présentant un fût en bois laqué en forme d’ailette sur une base de forme libre en bronze, éclairant par une ampoule. Dimensions : 44,5×31,5×21 cm … Continue reading
Pablo Reinoso’s first retrospective is presented by the Maison de l’Amerique Latine in Paris through September 3rd. The artist whose work has been presented at Miami Basel, the Venice Biennale, Art Basel and FIAC and who has created work … Continue reading
Furniture For Sale from the Private Collection of an Art Advisor in Paris These items are all in good condition and priced to firstname.lastname@example.org or +33 6 22 37 44 72We will help arrange shipping. Hanging PULP lamp by Jo Meesters, 2008, Purchased from Tools … Continue reading
We just love nowness.com! This ethereal double exposure documentary created by filmmaker John Maybury was created during Salone del Mobile in Milan last month. It showcases the British designer Nigel Coates’s Casa Reale exhibition of new furniture and lighting designs. “I wanted to make a royal place out of a decrepit apartment—to give the peasant house a sense of royalty,” says Coate. “Those kinds of contradictions are what drive me. We can take whatever place we live in, and create a bit of grandeur and playfulness in our lives.”
We are completely inspired by this collaboration and made to believe – again – how one’s choices about the objects they surround themselves with form who they are and how they live. The music and setting transports the viewer. Enjoy!
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