La Foret Noire restaurant in Chaponost, France reflects modern elegance with a historic touch. Founded by Isabelle and Charles Darnault, it was designed by Claude Cartier, a novice whose first project turned out to be a chic brasserie inspired by the black forest cake.
‘Sleep Elevations’ is a surreal photography project by Maia Flore. The French artist sways between reality and imagination, depicting young girls sleeping and levitating in the air, as they are lifted by unexpected objects.
Thibaut Mathieu, creative director at AD magazine – the French version of Architectural Digest – recently collaborated with interior stylist Aurore Lameyre and photographer Peter Langer to give their own interpretation of this season color trends.
Buhl Nursery in French Alsace was designed as a small fortress, where colors of rose, pink and white add vibrancy to raw, minimal forms. Created by Dominique Coulon & Associés, the studio wanted to blend the architecture with
After Anish Kapoor last year, it is now the turn of Danish-Icelandic visual artist Olafur Eliasson to take over the Château de Versailles until October 30th 2016. The work of the internationally acclaimed artist investigates perception, movement, embodied experience, and feelings of self.
Loup, a French clothing brand for babies and toddlers, has developed its toddler line. The clothing boasts simple but fun patterns in an array of pastels, locally sourced materials and high quality fabrics.
In architecture, you don’t always need to go too complex to achieve amazing results! Here is the proof with this country villa in the south of France. Located on a small plot of land in the Hérault Valley, the ‘Villa Tranquille’ (‘Quiet House’) was designed by architecture studio Artelabo.