Born in Madagascar, Luc Deflandre is a designer and decorator who touches everything. He shares Gauguin's taste for exoticism, nature and bright, wild colours; the book El Ojo de Miro does not leave him and protects him from the evil eye. A wall in his studio is dedicated to Victor Hugo, whom he admires as a poet and decorator. Everything artistic and visual fascinates him: the garden, design, fabrics, painting, photography, architecture... Without any hierarchy, art and decorative arts inspire him to try all kinds of creative languages. He makes his drawings with thick felts and bold pastels using very graphic, coloured and "matt" elements. The pattern of the weft is the main thread of his creations. He builds space, changing the perception through the play of colours, materials and intertwining lines.
Pierre Frey offers a new means of escape in the GALERIE 2 collection, which is composed entirely of panoramic views. A second opus where the walls have no limits and where nature is the primary inspiration. With attention to detail and originality, each décor is a true work of art, daring eclecticism and the unexpected.
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