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A house that looks like a Parisian art gallery

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A house that looks like a Parisian art gallery

Nicolas Millet

This mansion celebrates color, design and art. To receive, to exchange, to share are the stakes of this daring space, professional annex of Parisians sharing between the capital and the province. Designed in an accomplice association between its owners and the architect Fabien Pedelaborde, this place is an inspiring work retreat.

Entrepreneurs and collectors, they made this territory a place open to artistic thunderbolt, convinced of the benefits of the alliance between work and creation. Recently, constrained by the lack of space - their Parisian offices no longer enough to accommodate their collection - they decided to move to the provinces in a particular house at the same time space to live, place of reception privileged or finally residence of work . A significant step in their desire to combine memory with contemporary by cross paths. The architect Fabien Pedelaborde, conductor of the metamorphosis of this old school, evokes the degradation of the building by a succession of users, causing the disappearance of charm over the years. Moldings, floors, decorations will have to resurface without hindering audacity and modernity.

Colorful and friendly space in this particular hotel

Blue sofas "Bora Bora" by Piergiorgio Cazzaniga and Andrei Munteanu, MDF Italia, cork stools by Jasper Morisson. On the carpet "Swirl" Paul Smith, the rug company, glass tables mottled, above suspension "Milleluci 150" by Modo Luce.

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On the blue wall, a video work by Nicolas Garait-Leavenworth, Thomas Bernard Gallery.

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The major challenge remained to project the space towards a contemporary and convivial dimension. The volumes are imposing and sometimes unfold in one piece especially for the big stay. The idea of ​​taming the space then passes through a gradient of green on walls sprayed by a craftsman lapped in technique ... on bodywork.

At the foot of Thomas Heatherwick's "Spun" spinning chair, Magis, Christoph Weber's concrete beam and Raphael Hefti's pink mirror work.

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Deep emerald green for the northern part of the room we slide to the white, south side. The effect recomposes volume in a movement that emphasizes each stage of colorization by the presence of curtains tone on tone. The color frees the place from its history.

In the small dining room above Cleasson Koivisto Rune's oval black "Split" table, Tachini, and mottled chairs, a collection of "Akura" pleated paper pendants, bordeaux RKR, and an Ikea floor lamp. On the walls, work of Julien Nédélec.

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His landmark? the original panoramic wallpaper of the stairwell sets the tone, justifying the choice of the violets, blues and greens associated that answer each other from one room to another.

The technical part of the kitchen is lit by a suspension of Inga Sempé, it is isolated by a library "Stacked" of Julien de Smedt, Muuto.

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Placed in the niche of the cupboards of the dining room, a painting of Pierre Clerck.

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A time difference in this particular hotel

Franck Eon painting, Thomas Bernard gallery, and heather sun mirror.

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On this colored backdrop, the collection of contemporary art imposes itself without exposing itself, bringing the unusual and the surprise by forms, reflections, sensations, but also of humor, playing with contrasts in this academic envelope.

Above the adjustable sofa "extrasoft" by Piero Lissoni, Living Divani, mobile mirror artist Isabelle Cornaro, miniature sculpture "Ema" by Tomoaki Suzuki, left against the wall artwork by Michael DeLucia, front, wooden piece Holder in the Twilight by Liudvikas Buklys, Thomas Bernard Gallery. On the right, Spider chair by Thomas Heatherwick Magis.

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In the large dining room, on the long table "Tense" by Piergiorgio and Michele Cazzaniga, MDF Italia, a statuette of Benoît Maire and a textile work by Anita Molinero, the two galleries Thomas Bernard, chairs "Cuba" Enzo Berti, Lapalma. Ceiling lamp "AIM" by Ronan and Erwan.

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Art and design are intertwined, can be seen, are tamed alongside old pieces: the Venetian suspensions tutaient the rosettes of lamps "AIM" brothers Bouroullec whose cluster accumulation form a spider gloss above the table of the dining room.

The white living room is occupied by a spectacular suspension by Stuart Haygarth, made from recycled elements, on the floor, on Tom Dixon's "Tube" carpet, The Rug Company, Luciano Bertoncini's "Rotor" swivel coffee table , Kristalia, chair back from Africa chiné.

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But still, the mirror of the mobile artist Isabelle Cornaro and the sculpture of Andreas Fogarasi in the lobby recomposed a palace of ice completely reconsidered. Fabien Pedelaborde. fp-home-bordeaux.fr

In the entrance hall, on the floor, a mirror work by Andreas Fogarasi is illuminated by a Venetian hanging mottled

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Paul Smith's Swirl Rug, The Rug Company, in the background by Michael Delucia, in front of, room, wooden piece Holder in the Twilight by Liudvikas Buklys

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In the entrance, hinted Venetian suspension and family painting. In the background, above the fireplace a work by Peter Zimmermann, Emmanuel Perrotin Gallery

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The addresses of the owners

For the choice of Thomas Bernard artists. Thomas Bernard-Cortex Athletico Gallery. 13, rue des Arquebusiers, 75003. T? L. 01 75 50 42 65 and galeriethomasbernard.com

For its panoramics and its wallpapers. Zuber & Co. 2, rue des Saints-Peres, 75007. Tel. 01 42 77 95 91 and zuber.fr

For his designer rugs. The Rug Company. therugcompany.com

For the quality of his paintings and his color chart. The seigniory counter Gauthier. 189, rue de la Croix-Nivert, 75015. Tel. 01 40 60 03 13 and seigneurie.com

For the selection and advice of Sylvain Yvernot. Docks Design. 4, Quai Richelieu, 33000 Bordeaux. Such. 05 56 44 54 62 and docks-design.com

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