WOW!house Design Center, Chelsea Harbour is the first exhibition to recreate the interior of a 400m2 house. Each room in the house is staged by a renowned interior designer, working in close collaboration with fabric and furniture manufacturers. On this occasion, Linda Boronkay has designed a decor for Pierre Frey.
The Yves Klein Archives and Pierre Frey have joined forces to create panoramic wallpapers and rugs whose dimensions respect the spirit of his genius. On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the artist's death, they would like to celebrate his memory and his work by sharing them with as many people as possible in an original way.
The artist and draughtsman Louis Barthélemy has imagined for Pierre Frey a genuine contemporary fresco celebrating the Nile and the abundant life that exists along the river. Dividing his time between Cairo and Paris, this un conditional lover of Egypt shares with us his inspirations and his creative process.
The work of Japanese artist Naoki Kawano expresses geometric movement through an association of simple shapes emphasized by the combination of complex colors. Like an ode to creation and color, it is this graphic and colorful force that the House wanted to reproduce through a composition of original sketches of the artist printed on different materials.
On the occasion of World Autism Awareness Day on April 2, Maison Pierre Frey is honouring Jules Hamon, 10 years old, a budding artist with Asperger’s syndrome (autism) and the author of the drawings that make up the Encyclopaedia wallpaper in the Dessine-moi un Mur collection!