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December 2013
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A contemporary cabinet of curiosities

From left to right and top to bottom: Photos 1, 2 , 3 , 4 and 5: Oxymores - © Gilles & Boissier / 1: club chair & table, 2: bench and rug, 3: dining chairs detail, 4: bedroom wide and 5: Black marble lamp.

One enters through a heavy door, as though you would an apartment, and explores the room as you would an art gallery. Between the black and white prints and exceptional furniture, the space unfurls like a contemporary cabinet of curiosities. “We share a taste for art and photography, but also for risk and audacity”, says the designer duo, quickly joined by the gallery owners. Invited to present their outstanding pieces of furniture – all very elegant, made from lacquered gum, white ebony, refined elm – Patrick and Dorothée have come up with an entirely unique new dialogue: that of an interior that is on display, but one that also embraces the visitor.

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