Posts tagged ‘Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance’

February 11, 2012

French futuristic poetry in the Alps

Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, the fantastic French architect with huge talent, has made his mark at Chalet Beranger, a jewel hidden in the French Alps. The poetry of stripped wood planks, combined with virtuoso strokes of white sinuous corian, evokes the feeling of best futuristic movies.

The sparse simplicity of Lawrance`s design is enchanting.

Via Archilovers

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February 10, 2012

Best of Maison&Objet, Paris 2012

This is a completely personal choice of the best & freshest items at this year`s Maison&Objet in Paris.

(clockwise from top left): Double chaise longue Cocoon SAGA – Christophe Delcourt for  ROCHE BOBOIS;  Utere felix carpet and incorporated bench, made from silk and wool – Christophe Giraud et Sophie Liger for  ARTUS-CASSINI;   Princesse table with a hidden mirror –  Olgoj Chorchoj for PROCESS CZ;   Boca, a double-purpose watering can made from Limoges procelaine – Studio Macura;   Plis – carpet with a seat function – Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance for CHEVALIER ÉDITION.

More to come soon …