Djo-Bourgeois! A mythical name for fans of the modernist movement, which hides a couple of artists with complementary talents: Georges Djo-Bourgeois, known as Djo-Bourgeois, architect and designer with a dazzling career, and Elise, his wife, textile designer.
Charlotte Juillard was inspired by the geometric aesthetics of cubism to create the DORA line. The name refers to the French photographer and painter Dora Maar, who was also one of the lovers and muses of the painter Pablo Picasso.
With 25 references, the sixth edition of DESSINS adds boldness and eclecticism to this prestigious series.
Gesa Hansen design Frame for Pierre Frey.
On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the French artist’s death, the Yves Klein Archives and the Pierre Frey House are celebrating his memory and his work by creating two panoramic wallpapers and three rugs.
For the TASSARA line, composed of a sofa, an armchair, a bench and a coffee table, the Calico Wallpaper design duo explores the beauty of the stone mosaic work they discovered in the Italian town of the same name.
Alexandre de Betak Signs Cherry Kawasaki a panoramic wallpaper for la Maison Pierre Frey
Designed by Estudio Persona, the RUBAN line pays tribute to this narrow strip of fabric as a link between the physical and the emotional. The chair and bench react to each other in a continuous dialogue of lines.
The Kiss line by Sebastian Bergne
The works of art weave their web
Innovative panoramic fabric concept