The Italian manufacturer of high- end luminaires called on Franco-Lebanese designer Charles Kalpakian to design his Art Deco-inspired showroom, featuring three distinct spaces around the ultra-contemporary collections of famous designers such as Rudy Ricciotti, Jehs+Laub, Arihiro Miyake, Jean-Marie Massaud, Martino Gamper, Charles Kalpakian, Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas...
The Maison de Commerce is a showcase for exceptional regional French and European craftsmanship. In a word, the Craft, once again considered as an ideal support to the creativity of design, as a new productive model supported by many virtues: local production, cross cooperation of know-how, social development, fair price, accessibility without intermediaries, new sensitivity to objects and a neo-narrativity. I
The windows on the boulevard Saint- Germain don’t reveal much at rst. But over two stories, the kitchens displayed by the artistic director Piero Lissoni are an invitation to excess. Whether lined up traditionally or dotted around like little islands, the sophisticated and functional equipment can be tted to any context and to order. Italian sophistication is shown in a domestic setting, with oak oors and apartment ttings. A team of interior architects will help you to design the right solution for your space.
Echoing the space designed by Alessandro Mendini on the Right Bank, the Alessi ShopMuseum on the Left Bank is here designed by the Spanish designer, Martì Guixé. Located in a 19th century building with a five metre long display window, the different volumes of the store combine in three spaces linked using a horizontal ribbon in lacquered red.