Scouting around Paris and Elizabeth Speaking at Parsons Paris

First Published September 2014

Are you looking for a light or pair of chairs by a specific designer or from a certain period? Have you been dreaming of owning a …?
You fill in the blank and Artecase will help you find it! 

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The design events of the last couple weeks have been truly inspiring. We are still going through all of our photos!
Here are a few ideas and objects that caught our eye!

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Charlotte Perriod Nuage biblioteque circa 1955, a beautiful Mid-century piece that was  on view during Design Week.

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The Duna lounge chair was one of the pieces we saw last week at  an evening talk on how the Design market is infiltrating the Art market. It is composed of 60 separate pieces freijo, a Brazilian wood, which together create a chair form evocative of sand dunes.

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Beautiful Lalique display of vases and wall appliqués during Paris Design Week

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This cluster of lights presented at Maison et Objet this month is quite beautiful and look to be inspired by old Parisian holophane street lights, which are in the photo below. We can source the originals for you! 

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This commode is designed by Caroline Sarkozy, one of our favorite Parisian interior designers. If you have a chance do go visit the Décors à Vivre: Les Arts Décoratifs accueillent AD Intériors 2014, which is on view until the end of November.

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We spotted this pair of Elisabeth Garouste and Mattia Bonetti chairs called “The Night and the Day”, Circa 1990 behind glass this week. We know a few of you had inquired about the one on our blog that was offered by Artcurial several months ago. The chair was withdrawn from the sale.
Here is a pair available for you!

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Here is a snap from a talk we gave at Parsons Paris last Tuesday on collectible design. 

Inquiries about any of these objects:
contact@artecase.com or 06 47 25 09 66

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