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AERIN is a brand that has become synonymous with “casual luxury”, conquered more than one continent and won unconditional love bohemique bourgeois. It fully reflects the preferences and personality of its creator, the heiress of the beauty empire - Erin Lauder. “Beautiful life should be easy” - just as easily, the brand develops in the world of beauty, fashion accessories and home decor.
Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) is a recognized master of modern architecture and design. Aalto was born in the Finnish municipality of Kuortane and immediately after his architect degree from the Helsinki University of Technology he began to create his distinctive imprint in design.
In 1924 he married architect colleague Aino Marsio and together they built up an international heritage in design. During his fantastic career he designed concert halls, libraries, hospitals, museums and private homes all over the world. Furthermore, the architectural works inspired his design of furniture and household objects.
TRIBUTE TO GIO PONTI by Caterina Licitra
Mariner unveils its new collection designed by Caterina Licitra.
The collection consists of 8 pieces; the designer inspired the collection in the creativity of her great-grandfather, Gio Ponti, a global icon who unified architecture, design and art under the universal symbol of Italian beauty and elegance.
Christopher Guy Harrison first became inspired by the world of decorative style while growing up in the 1970s along the shoreline of the French Riviera. Here Christopher became fascinated with the elegance intrinsic to French design, which he sees as "an effortless form that is beyond beauty".
In the years since then, a singular vision and uncompromising sense of style, along with an ongoing pursuit for elegance in every piece he designs, have driven Christopher to continually redefine the aesthetics of design. The result is a place at the forefront of the world's luxury furnishings market.
Chrystiane Charles is recognized as one of the foremost creative bronze artists and sculptors in the field of lighting of her generation. Born in 1927 her early creative years were spent with Gimont, Janniot and Saupique until joining her husband (Jean Charles)’s family business, Maison Charles et fils in the late 1950’s. Chrystiane Charles was involved with Maison Charles for nearly twenty-five years (1959-1982), during which time she served as designer then President and also for a period helped develop the Charles spirit as its artistic director.
Born in Milan in 1930, designer Cesare Colombo—who went by Joe—was the second of three brothers. His father, Giuseppe, was an industrialist who inherited a ribbon factory and turned it into an electrical conductor manufacturer. Colombo came to design relatively late, having spent most of his twenties pursuing painting and sculpture. He studied at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Brera, Milan, in the early 1950s. While there, he joined the Movimento Nucleare, an avant-garde art movement founded by Enrico Baj and Sergio Dangelo in 1951. Spurred on by international anxiety surrounding the nuclear bomb, this group of painters aimed to break free of the static boundaries of traditional painting.
The Paris-based Lalique Interior Design Studio offers to architects and designers an exclusive range of high-end interior designs using crystal glass and space in creative combination. First-rate crystal glassmaking expertise, creative dynamism and technical flair all come together at the Lalique Interior Design Studio. The result is a rethink of what luxury really means. Conceived to embrace and enhance all interiors and spaces, each design places crystal at the heart of the layout and location, true to the creative approach of René Lalique.
All pieces are made at Lalique’s Wingen- sur-Moder glassworks by a dedicated studio. This centre of expertise is adept at shaping crystal as specified by the Lalique Interior Design Studio.
We design, prototype and build in-house, working with a close circle of local manufacturers to develop and produce custom parts. With more than 20 employees between the NoHo neighborhood of Manhattan and our outpost in Los Angeles, the studio is a creative laboratory with an unusual level of collaboration. Forms and ideas evolve through 1:1 model making and constant testing. Artists, craftspeople and production staff are encouraged to experiment and dream, transcending traditional boundaries and hierarchies. We feel that an energized, interdisciplinary approach is crucial to innovative design and extraordinary execution, as evident in every object we produce.
Marcel Wanders is a leading product and interior design studio located in the creative capital of Amsterdam, with over 1,900 + iconic product and interior design experiences all around the globe for private clients and premium brands such as Alessi, Baccarat, Bisazza, Christofle, Kosé Corporation/Decorté, Flos, KLM, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, LH&E Group , Louis Vuitton, Miramar Group, Morgans Hotel Group, Puma among scores of others.
For this, Archeo Venice Design received a special patent. The great Mariano Fortuny became famous for the unique technique of printing on silk fabric, which he used in the manufacture of lamps. Despite the fact that this technique was created by the master at the beginning of the last century, designers did not dare to repeat his work.l
The designers of the company are experts in the history of art; in their designs, the best ideas of the past are embodied. There is a reliable tradition in this, soothing faithfulness to what our ancestors loved and appreciated.
Turning to a rich heritage, the masters organically combine time-tested ideas with current trends. This ensures success with a wide range of customers.