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PARIS DESIGN WEEK (Part 1): AD Intérieurs 2017

PARIS DESIGN WEEK (Part 1): AD Intérieurs 2017

PARIS DESIGN WEEK (Part 1):

AD Intérieurs 2017

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The Paris Design Week is always an opportunity to fully immerse oneself in the world of design, to discover new talents, but also to leave the hand to the great references of the profession, by giving them carte blanche as every year at the La Monnaie de Paris: AD Intérieurs 2017. Established by AD magazine as an essential reference in terms of interior architecture, this year we were able to appreciate the work of 10 Architects/Designers/Decorators around the material of their choice. Guided tour among the great Designers.

 

 

RODOLPHE PARENTE

Pop Metal Lingerie

 

Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Rodolphe Parente, Lingerie Pop Métal
Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Rodolphe Parente, Lingerie Pop Métal
Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Rodolphe Parente, Lingerie Pop Métal

It is in a small space that we discover with interest the work of the designer Rodolphe Parente. The Pop Metal Lingerie asks the visitor about the sense of time and repetition of gestures that one would almost forget. The lingerie, a forgotten space of any ornament becomes a new, almost luxurious spaceIt is as if it is being revealed to us for the first time. This finally ennobled piece, described as a "selfish piece", nevertheless creates the immediate effect of wanting to reveal those hidden places as well as our neglected daily rituals. Moreover, the designer has chosen metal - material that is little or no part of the language of the interior - to sublimate in a surprising way from floor to ceiling a comfortable, smart and innovative place. As usual, Rodolphe Parente is on a quest for perfection, fearlessly reinventing the aesthetic and the functional for AD Interiors 2017.

 

Photographs by Claire Israel.

 

 

GERT VOORJANS

The eclectic-chic wardrobe

 

Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Gert Voorjans, The eclectic-chic wardrobe

AD Intérieurs 2017 also inhabited the work of the decorator Gert Voorjanswhose baroque universe has given birth to a wardrobe for the occasion, featuring the leather of Cordoba. In this almost theatrical setting, mixing oriental influences as well as Belle Epoque influences, Gert Voorjans has brought printed leather back into fashion as a furniture covering and as wallpaper. The space is punctuated by vibrant colours and a richness of detail that is reminiscent of certain boutiques Dries Van Noten The whimsical world inspired by the richness of the Antwerp ornaments interact in Italian inspirations in order to definitely take us elsewhere, and to open our senses even more to the ambient originality.

 

 

MATHIEU LEHANNEUR

The Marble Room

 

Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Mathieu Lehanneur, The marble room
Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Mathieu Lehanneur, The marble room
Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Mathieu Lehanneur, The marble room

The space proposed by Mathieu Lehanneur is located at the crossroads of eras. Indeed, at first glance, the use of marble in various forms refers us to current trends as well as to bygone times. But in all cases its modern and sculptural treatment as well as the destabilizing presence of a droid near the window literally projects us into a futuristic era. We are constantly seeking to improve the well-being of the user of the premises, Mathieu Lehanneur creates a kind of intelligent setting for the Spielberg In a way, 2017, where the technical questioning of the future does not erase the living. As a good cook of materials, the designer always knows how to find the right balance in order to arouse in us a feeling of rediscovered intimacy, of travel but also and above all, of poetry...

 

Photographs by Felipe Ribon.

 

 

DENIS MONTEL FOR RDAI

The Pavilion - Dining room

 

Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Denis Montel for RDAI, Le Pavillon dining room
Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Denis Montel for RDAI, Le Pavillon dining room

Denis Montel - as head of the agency RDAI since 2009 - proposes for this edition of AD Intérieurs 2017 a pavilion made entirely of wood and woven rushes, creating a new space in the La Monnaie de Paris. This strong architectural element is articulated around the architect's favourite theme: the circle, declined in all the present elements, multiplied in the mirrorsThe pavilion was designed as a main building element and as a guiding principle for the structure. The pavilion is a nod to Gothic arches, but its lightness and materials are reminiscent of Japanese teahouses, a tribute to the key principle of shop networking Hermes Rive Gauche à  ParisThe agency is continuing its collaboration with this great House. A concentric, geometric and elegant work as always.

 

 

OITOEMPONTO

The boudoir in panoramic

 

Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Oitoemponto, Le boudoir en panoramique

What qualifies and distinguishes the work of the design duo Oitoempontois undoubtedly their ability to create unique worlds thanks to their extensive knowledge of art and design as well as their mastery of the mix-and-match style. Thus, in this sophisticated boudoir, a table signed Ettore SottsassXVIIIth century upholstered armchairs, the re-edition of the Platner Easy Chair by Knolla sofa with tribal motifs and more. On the occasion of AD Intérieurs 2017A wallpaper with Art Deco accents has been created, which encompasses the space with its soft and warm reflections, highlighting both the exceptional rooms it inhabits and the vintage-brushed style of the two companions Arthur Miranda and Jacques Bec.

 

 

MAURIZIO GALANTE AND TAL LANCMAN

The Surrealist Room

 

Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Maurizio Galante and Tal Lancman, The Surrealist Room
Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Maurizio Galante and Tal Lancman, The Surrealist Room
Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Maurizio Galante and Tal Lancman, The Surrealist Room

In this traditional Haussmann-style building, you literally feel caught up in the Maurizio Galante and Tal Lancman from the moment our eyes fall on this improbable décor. Trapped in this box, dressed in red from floor to ceiling, and where references to the carnal, dream and unconscious worlds are mixed - did you notice that carpet that looks like a Rorschach test? - – it is then that one feels a mixed feeling between fascination for this rich and charged universe of which the Italians have the secret and the anguish of remaining locked up in it... The materials and the theme invite you to relax or to get excited when some elements are equipped with several "eyes" that watch you while plunging you into a surreal and almost comical atmosphere.

 

Photographs by Claire Israel (1) and Interware (2 and 3).

 

 

THOMAS BOOG

The rockery cabinet

 

Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Thomas Boog, the rockery cabinet

Thomas Boog has made shells and mother-of-pearl in general its favourite materials. So what better way to showcase them than at the event AD Intérieurs 2017? The decorator and creator of the exceptional has therefore proposed a unique space for the occasion, a toilet cubicle with princely looksA nod to the age of kings. The fully ornamented structure - by hand! - – d’of a multitude of small shells which give this alcove a fantastical and fantastic character, also presents modern and sober pieces, such as the copper mixer tap presented this year at Milan as well as a reinterpretation of the suspensions Here Comes the Sun by Bertrand Balas of 70's (DCW Editions).

 

 

DANIEL SUDUCA AND THIERRY MÉRILLOU

The embroidered sewing room

 

Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Suduca & Mérillou, La salon brodé couture
Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Suduca & Mérillou, La salon brodé couture
Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Suduca & Mérillou, La salon brodé couture

The duo Suduca & Mérillou of the Saint Jacques Gallery has created an interior directly inspired by ceramics in partnership with the Portuguese artist Bela Silva. Indeed, this interior is centred on the fireplace, the main piece of this comfortable living room, and which the ceramic leaves mantel has almost velvet effects... These elements are also present on the top of the room's walls, whose ornamental effect counterbalances the giant fabric screen encompassing the space. At the same time Japanese-style inspiredboth neoclassicalThe project of the two decorators combines subtle nuances and controlled mixes. Like a haute couture dress, this salon is composed of details and materials designed to reveal the strengths of each other, all in finesse.

 

 Photographs by Nicolas Matheus.

 

 

ELLIOTT BARNES

A Coin Collector's Salon

 

Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Elliott Barnes, A Coin Collector's Lounge
Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Elliott Barnes, A Coin Collector's Lounge
Paris Design Week, AD Intérieurs 2017, Elliott Barnes, A Coin Collector's Lounge

In this edition AD Intérieurs  2017, the American-born architect was also invited Elliott Barnes. On the theme of the coin collector, the exhibition presents leather variations according to several treatmentsThis is a classic sofa with a tattoo, pleated layers of leather for the bench and side tables, and ornamental wallpaper made of wrought Cordovan leather. This alcove designed by Elliott Barnes is perfectly in line with her passion: discovering new materials, shifting them, combining them. The soft and natural colours literally refer to the United States where the The style is always based on the use of natural materials such as leather and wood and not without reinventing a certain modernity.

 

 

ISABELLE STANISLAS

The kitchen-living room

 

Paris Design Week, ADIntérieurs 2017, Isabelle Stanislas, the kitchen-living room

Finally, the universe proposed by the architect Isabelle Stanislas - – of the Parisian agency So-An - – is a luxurious and futuristic setting, highlighted by the a shell where concrete panels and mirrors are alternated. The kitchen-living room is a space where people actually live. The kitchen is often the scene of all the discussions, while the living room is the room of conviviality par excellence. This mixture of functions raises questions about changing lifestyles with a touch of sophistication. Between strong architectural lights and lines, and decorative elements bringing the right amount of softness, the architect demonstrates that concrete has earned its place at AD Interiors 2017.

 

 

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Photographic sources: Lucien Pages Agency

 

Originally posted 2017-09-22 10:30:22.

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Chloé founded Huskdesignblog in 2016. Ever since, she is decoding every nook and cranny to find the best interiors and furniture ideas for her beloved readers and followers, eager for beautiful things.

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