Fendi Casa x François-Joseph Graf Capsule Collection Exhibited at the AD Intérieurs Show

Fendi Casa has continuously  illustrated its creativity in furniture creations at the Design Miami fair since 2008 and  likewise in 2009 at the Salone Del Mobile in Milan.

The fifth annual AD Intérieurs show house, taking place at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris on a series of rooms that combine decorative history and contemporary style, sees Fendi Casa take centre stage with dynamic works on display.

Previously Fendi Casa fashioned exclusive collections with top designers such as Maria Pergay, Peter Marigold, Tom Dixon, and Thierry Lemaire.The latest endeavour is the AD Intérieurs exhibition at The Musée des Arts Décoratifs taking place in Paris; another exciting furniture venture based on majestic designs and innovation from the Italian luxury house which has teamed up in collaboration with French heavyweight architect François Joseph Graf for a Made To Order Capsule Collection.

With a selection of 16 designers been offered an exciting opportunity to create an interior around a piece from the museum’s collections. Rarely shown, these historic objects, covering a wide spectrum of styles and eras, will be integrated into what have been conceived as “live-in decors,” perpetuating the tradition of living art at the museum.

For the Graf for Fendi Capsule Collection, the designers blend Oriental influence with Roman tradition in a pavilion with Chinese inspiration. Set in the heart of vases from the Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties – shown in public for the first time – the space elegantly displays cabinets, sofas, lights and coffee tables. All the pieces of The Graf For Fendi Casa Collection are sculpted from exotic woods, an homage to the noble materials and luxuriant ornamentation of Chinese cabinet making.


Time & Venue

The AD Intérieurs exhibition at The Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris is opened until November 23, 2014.



Guest Designers 

[button color=”white” size=”normal” alignment=”none” rel=”follow” openin=”samewindow” url=”http://www.tristanauer.com/”]Tristan Auer[/button][button color=”white” size=”normal” alignment=”none” rel=”follow” openin=”samewindow” url=”http://www.bismut.com/main.php”]Bismut & Bismut[/button][button color=”white” size=”normal” alignment=”none” rel=”follow” openin=”samewindow” url=”http://www.albertopinto.com/1.aspx”]Linda Pinto/Cabinet Alberto Pinto[/button][button color=”white” size=”normal” alignment=”none” rel=”follow” openin=”samewindow” url=”http://www.maisondarre.com/vincent-darre/”]Vincent Darré[/button][button color=”white” size=”normal” alignment=”none” rel=”follow” openin=”samewindow” url=”http://www.noeduchaufourlawrance.com/”]Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance[/button][button color=”white” size=”normal” alignment=”none” rel=”follow” openin=”samewindow” url=”http://www.gillesetboissier.com/”]Gilles & Boissier[/button][button color=”white” size=”normal” alignment=”none” rel=”follow” openin=”samewindow” url=”http://grafparis.com/?lang=en”]François-Joseph Graf for Fendi[/button][button color=”white” size=”normal” alignment=”none” rel=”follow” openin=”samewindow” url=”http://www.luislaplace.com/”]Luis Laplace[/button][button color=”white” size=”normal” alignment=”none” rel=”follow” openin=”samewindow” url=” http://www.chahan.com/”]Chahan Minassian[/button][button color=”white” size=”normal” alignment=”none” rel=”follow” openin=”samewindow” url=”http://csdecoration.fr/en/”]Caroline Sarkozy and Laurent Bourgois[/button][button color=”white” size=”normal” alignment=”none” rel=”follow” openin=”samewindow” url=”http://so-an.fr/”]Isabelle Stanislas[/button][button color=”white” size=”normal” alignment=”none” rel=”follow” openin=”samewindow” url=”http://www.pierreyovanovitch.com/”]Pierre Yovanovitch[/button][button color=”white” size=”normal” alignment=”none” rel=”follow” openin=”samewindow” url=”http://www.zana.fr/”]Charles Zana[/button]


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To say Hamyar has traveled would be something of an understatement. His passion for travelling has taken him from Tanzania to Dubai and an enviable number of places between, and the memories he captures always make for interesting reading. As well as travel, other subjects which fall into his expert remit include culture, design, fashion and cars – in other words, a born globetrotting who is destined for great things if his aspirations so far are anything to go by.

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