Sunday, January 31, 2010

Paris: Maison et Objet - Koziel

Seen at Maison et Objet – Koziel.  Christophe Koziel comes from the world of marketing, window dressing and theatre. In 2005, inspired by the props he used in his works, he decides to launce a line of decorative trompe-l’oeil objects in heavy cardboard for toute le monde.  In the photograph, Cristophe props up a Louis XV chair against a trompe-l’oeil, Kapyton Classic wallpaper with padding and studding effects. Currently you can see his set designs in the Carlo Goldoni play, La Servante Amoureux, at the Theatre Hebertot in Paris until the end of March.

Details.  Fun and whimsical, the piles of books, a Tummery commode and a gigantic spoon and fork can embellish any interior.

Details. A commode Merlymon and "authentic" picture frames from the XVIII, XIX and beginning of the XX centuries are on sale at Galeries Lafayette Maison.
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