Few cities can pull of an architectural mix of old and new quite like Paris. But, just like your stereotypical Parisian who tends to ooze sensuality and style in that nonchalant way that only they can—the city effortlessly presents the sleekest in contemporary architecture alongside its Gallo-Roman, Romanesque, Baroque and Renaissance masterpieces.
In an equally fluent manner, gallerist Xavier Delesalle of Gallery Delesalle curated and exhibited a selection of our lighting objects, VOO, LEAVES, TROU and DAYLIGHT, alongside his acclaimed collection of lighting objects from the 18th to 20th Century, as well as the work of artist Nour Awada. And not surprisingly, that famous French flair made the whole exhibition shine!
We were thrilled to on display parallel with the Maison & Objet fair, January 18–22, and will remain with a few objects in Paris until further notice, so if you find yourself in Paris, feel free to step into:
16 Rue des Saints Pères
75007 Paris, Saint Germain
daily from 10–12am and 2–7pm