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EDITORIAL

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CONTENTS Agenda 04 The master bedroom

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Focus on designers

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Vintage design: 1975

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Hotel design

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Design trends

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Patio accessories

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Focus on artists

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Starck made 66 Verandas 76 They took the chance

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Luxury 104 Web tips from the editors

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Time flies, time flies, my Lady. In June 2012, we released our first issue of McommeMaison in its digital version, a gamble as daring as it was accepted, since the evolution of the magazine press appeared to us to be obvious, its direction clear. Since then, others have followed in our footsteps, essentially in AngloSaxon countries, which see new free magazines pop up each month, in every domain, and some display that rare quality of an emancipated press, that you don't find in the traditional "paper" (and paid) world. On his blog for L'Express, Jacques Attali announced (he could have restricted himself to predicting) the disappearance of print newspapers by 2017 in the US, 2029 in France and 2083 in Africa, a morbid prophecy from one point of view, but substantiated, once again, by the impressive number of titles that come out each month. But don't take our word for it, just browse the online newsstands, like Issuu or freekioskmag. As of this writing, 15,000 of you read our Issue No. 1, and now between 50 and 60,000 of you read us every other month in English or French. Nearly 30,000 have watched our YouTube channel, on our fan page, the young designers and artists contest motivate the devoted, so much so that to become a developer of new talents there is only one step. Proof of this new-found popularity, McommeMaison found itself last Februar y on the peer-to-peer file sharing sites, with the March/April issue being downloaded over two thousand times. Season 2 of McommeMaison starts now. Director of publication: Bertrand Daudey Editorial Director: Philippe Boegli Editorial team: Carole Montalban, Eglantine Bremond, Mirana Rajaobelina, Séverine Littière. presse@mcmwebzine.fr Advertising department : 09 75 21 54 81 - pub@mcmwebzine.fr Advertising manager: Jennyfer Vautrin. DTP/paste-up : Atenao Reader mail: lecteurs@mcmwebzine.fr Cover:  Vondom The M COMME MAISON ® Webzine is published by Atenao, SARL capitalized at 160,000 euros - SIRET No. 509516670000323 - RCS Aix-en-Provence - Registered offices: 9 allée Claude Forbin - 13100 Aix-en-Provence - Tel. 04 42 93 34 29 - Any reproduction, even partial, of the items appearing in the M COMME MAISON ® magazine and on the mcommemaison.com Internet site is prohibited. The advertiser is solely responsible for the information contained in the advertisements and guarantees Atenao against any judgment made against it on this point. Despite the care taken by the editing staff to ensure the precision of the information published, since this information comes from very diverse sources, the publisher cannot be held liable for any errors or omissions. The publishing director reserves the right to reject any publication.

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04 Agenda...

To keep your eye on ! Méribel 100% Alpine Mountain Decoration and Design Show The 10, 11, and 12 August 2013 solely composed of chalets, the Méribel resort is considered as a true model of architectural consistency. Therefore, it is very natural that Méribel is, for the 4th consecutive year, Alpes Home, the 100% Alpine Mountain Decoration and Design Show the 10, 11, and 12 August 2013. Open to professionals and individuals alike, Alpes Home stands out through the quality of the exhibitors, who certify that their productions are 100% manufactured or created in the Alps. This year, over 100 exhibitors are scheduled to come to Méribel to launch next winter's trends in terms of mountain decoration and design. You can find rare, unique, and unusual objects, meet the craftsmen, creators of high-end objects, decorators and architects, discover new artists overflowing with imagination, creating surprising works...

Quimper Les Saisons des Fils (Seasons of the Threads) from 6 July through 15 September 2013 The "Les Saisons des Fils" exhibition takes place from 6 July through 15 September at the Prieuré de Locmaria in Quimper. It will present the finest embroidery work created by students of the School, and will kick off on 5 July in the presence of Paco Rabanne. This date also marks the embroidery school moving into the Henriot Quimper pottery building, in the Locmaria neighbourhood.

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The 6 Bedroom The Bedroom... Designers

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The Bedroom: A new interpretation of lux

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This year, the refined, luminous, and fanciful decoration of bedrooms glorify this temple of personal life, where we rest, find ourselves, and dream. The bedroom is decorated with splendour and evokes ancient times, royal times, brought up to date with a wind of lightness and freshness.

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Subtle sensuality‌ The bedroom is always the lair of sensuality. Exoticism and interplay of materials, appeals to the senses, all are on the guest list.They are in line with the latest trends, which glorify personal well-being over appearance. Exoticism evokes Asian refinement, here the subtle odours of a tangy springtime, with this "Vacances mandarine (Mandarin Holiday)" collection from Blanc des Vosges. Attention to detail is glorified, a supreme privilege, and although the walls are white, uniform, subtle floral compositions

embellish them, all with lightness and clever spontaneity. The Perla collection from Blue Marine, in the powdered flagship tones of the season, proposes a silky jacquard and damask, with varying reliefs, adorned with light. The bed linens evoke ancient, artisanal creations, from an era when it took a lifetime to create one work. The bedroom's decor is lightened, unblocked of any ornament and clutter. Only the most sumptuous and voluptuous objects remain.

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Wandering spirit‌ This new luxury is animated with a wandering spirit. The bedroom is a space where we move around, take a life-saving break in a hectic,

eventful life. The bedroom is like one in a palace, as in the spirit of this collection by Mise en Demeure.

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12 The Bedroom...

Subtle romanticism‌ Sophisticated, rural, evoking a mild romanticism, the new luxury is steadfastly luminous. While extreme quality remains, as does the attention to the smallest detail, craftsmanship is devoted to comfort and well-being more than to transmitting values and ideals. Hastens mattresses are entirely handmade, from natural materials. A label with the name of the future owner is affixed to the mattress. Each mattress is an object conceived meticulously, addressed to those who will enjoy them. This passion for quality of life celebrates romance, sweetness, and lightness.

Far from the confined atmosphere of a place loaded with history, modern luxury borrows the hits from the past and does away with everything that burdens everyday life and prevents air and cheerfulness from circulating. There are no shadowy corners in these luminous rooms, where thoughts become light and romantic. The canopy bed, more than protecting a preserved intimacy, is trimmed in airy sheer curtains, caressing waves, that invite plays of transparency and hide-and-seek, like in this room, prepared by Elitis.

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Flashy humour‌ The lightness and pomp of these new trends make every daring gesture possible. Humour helps creativity, blending modernity and historical references, to compose the cave of the modern prince or princess, nomadic, active, and intoxicated on wellbeing, as in this ornate creation of bold cushions by Timothy Oulton.

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16 The Bedroom...

Royal pastel… These days, when life is an everyday epic, the bedroom takes on a royal appearance. These modern beds, even if they don't

always feature canopies, are no less sumptuous. Streamlined with simple headboards embellished with noble materials, trimmed with imposing, super comfortable bedding, the bed takes on a halo of grandiose attributes. The bed presented by luxury brand Savoir Beds is adorned with many new aesthetic codes: powdery colours, blends of textured materials The latest in bedrooms suggest big dreams…

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Focus: The modular canopy bed… The bedroom, a place for every pleasure, reveals the luxury of requirement, and its design responds to every desire. The latest modular canopy beds offer many customised design possibilities.The 4 YOU model by Vox is available in a hundred different combinations and can integrate a cradle, home cinema, curtains, decorative elements, storage, or bookshelves. This way everything is within reach of the bed, for royal access.

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18 Focus on designers…

Bruno Romeda

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Born in Italy in 1933, the artist draws his inspiration from the primitive geometric shapes: circles, squares, and triangles, which he works in the form of sculptures, seeking to create plays of the shadows cast and referring to natural elements. It all starts by assembling twigs, sticks, and bits of wood, all while testing the tension and balance of the shape. Like fine lines drawn by hand, his sculptures are cast in bronze in his Brescia, Italy studio.Some of them inspire him to create furniture pieces, such as "useful sculptures", adorned with an element like a table top or a base, to become a chair, curule stool, console table, floor lamp, etc. Bruno Romeda recalls the influence of CĂŠsar, with his welded-metal pieces, as well as the American minimal sculpture, from Carl AndrĂŠ to Donald Judd, whom he discovered in New York in the 1970s. The minimal figures of his sculptures (circle, triangle, square, perspectives, etc.) are thus found in the clean lines of his bronze furniture.

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20 Focus on designers…

Capucine Cassaigne

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For 10 years, the Géraldine Banier gallery has combined art and design in its unusual space at 54 rue Jacob, in the heart of the Saint-Germaindes-Prés neighbourhood of Paris. Some twenty artists and designers from the emerging scene are on permanent display there.In this warm space, the artworks interact with the furniture: a sculpture sublimates a console table, a painting takes on its full dimension above the fireplace, a bookcase creates a play between objects... Capucine Cassaigne is one of the designers represented by Géraldine Banier gallery. This 40 year-old French creator works essentially with metal. With no art school training Capucine initially made custom furniture for her friends and relatives.Completely absorbed by this activity, she left a career in communications in order to fully dedicate herself to her creations. Steel became her favourite material. Fluctuating between the rigour of the Bauhaus movement, and the lines of the 1970s, Capucine builds her furniture in the form of thin working drawings, sometimes with feminine curves. She pairs steel with other materials, such as ceramic, leather, and glass, balancing the cold of the metal, and subtlely adapting to each use of the furniture. Visit the site: www.capucinecassaigne.com MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 10


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Ferruccio Laviani

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Student of the great Italian professor Achille Castiglioni, Ferrucio Laviani represents a new design movement.After receiving his degree in architecture from the Milan polytechnic school, he began a collaboration with De Lucchi studio in 1986. He was in charge of the exhibition commission for "Discrete techniques: Italian furniture design from 1980-1990" at the Louvre. In 1991, he began working with Kartell as artistic director, then with Flos, Tisettanta, Moroso, Piombo, and Pandora Design.In 1997, he worked with Achille Castiglioni in setting up an event dedicated to Gio Ponti and Vico Magistretti.2001 saw the start of his collaboration with Dolce & Gabbana, designing the corners and interior architecture for their new headquarters in Milan.He also works with Molteni & C, designing the Hi-Bridge and Hi-Cove chairs and all of their Milan stores.Partnered with Luca Media, he designed other significant pieces of the Molteni Collection. This year, he sold Molteni & C on a new sofa idea based on an emotional comfort. Holiday is a new type characterized by a back/armrest that are barely sketched and welcoming, which hold the cushions. Light structure, elegant seats, rich, with a remarkable personality and very comfortable, haute couture techniques in the details of the fabrics and leathers used, these are all the elements of an innovative project that abandons rigorous forms, to offer a different aesthetic perspective. One or more sofas are possible, using the various elements enabling linear, angular, or informal compositions. Visit the site: www.laviani.com MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 10


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Ron Gilad

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Born in 1972 in Tel-Aviv, he now lives and works in New York. Objects designed by Ron Gilad fluctuate between the abstract and the functional.His work revolves around the relationship between the object and its function, questioning our perceptions.Between one-off pieces, limited series, and mass production, his work can be found in various private and public collections around the world. For Molteni & C, he designed the "Panna Cotta" table, a lovely coffee table that is both delicate and rich, a paradox of harmonising materials like marble and iron to obtain a fragile stability. With its lacquered metal structure and top, in white or black, paired with tone on tone marble in Carrara white and Carnic gray, all oval.

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26 Designer Portraits…

The designers and their creations... François de Vecchis DESIGNER Coming from a creative background, François de VECCHIS has chosen to express his talent through design. His creations are characterized by soft, pure forms that seek to stimulate emotion above all else. In 2008, he enrolled in a programme at the Nantes Atlantique school of design, in an apprenticeship with a company located in Nantes. In 2012, he founded "De VECCHIS Créations", which enabled him to produce "La perforée", a table lamp distributed by AG PRODUCTS. This lamp can be seen at the 2012-2013 Maison&Objet show, and 19 copies were sold in 2012. Other creations are in the works for this producer.

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François Pouenat DESIGNER

Originally from Moulins, in the Allier Department of France, François Pouenat is a wrought-iron craftsman, and his studios produce custom objects, furniture, lamps, and reissues from contemporary artists. Many grills, handrails, building wrought-iron work, and fine metal-work have come out of his studios, which also do restorations on historical monuments. Since 2013, he has been editing the creations of a few new young talents.

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...M comme Maison wants you to vote, on our Facebook page, for the best designer of this issue. Candidates this issue are François De Vecchis, François Pouenat, and Zoé Ouvrier. Among these 3 talents, choose the one you find the most original, the most artistic, the most creative, or simply the one who inspires you the most.

ZOE OUVRIER DESIGNER With a degree in Fine Arts from Paris, Zoé Ouvrier carves an organic forest on wooden partitions and panels.The bark, charged with prints evokes skin, life, the original matrix out of which the forest and humanity are made.Her works create a space between nature and texture in which the atmosphere is mysterious, where time is suspended. Playing with the balance between shadow and light, Zoé Ouvrier creates carved partitions, wall panels, and pictures; unique pieces that lead us into a world where the force and serenity of nature reign.

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28 Focus on vintage‌

1976

By Eglantine Bremond

The nothingness that announces the revival of design In the field of design, 1976 appears to be the year of the emergence. While innovation appeared frozen, because few characteristic creations saw the light of day that year, the seedling of a new design movement, under the sign of humour, was starting to germinate. After years of design marked by a strong creative movement, revolutionising the uses as well as the perception of forms and materials, infiltrating the big companies and most urban households, 1976 was characterised by a lack of innovation in the area of design. While the creative types worked endlessly, in the shadows as much as on centre stage, the public seems to have grown tired, needing a break after all this turmoil, and few designers or creations were successful in 1976.Weary of colourful fervour, tapestries the eye couldn't rest on, the year was a time of decorative pause, marked by purification. New materials, such as paint (see the Ripolin video), now made it possible to change dĂŠcor in no time at all.Therefore it was easy to turn the page on the profusion of design, keeping only the interesting.

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In this time of conceptual vacuum, Nature, that magnificent embellishment, began to reassert itself. The "Living in Flowers" video proposes a stroll in one of the most beautiful green spaces in Paris in 1976. It was the dark before the dawn, and although nothing was visible for the moment in the area of design, a revival was in the works, and new creations would not be long in coming to light. In the middle of this architectural void, the "Maison du Fada", as Le Corbusier's Radiant City in Marseille, drove the masses wild. Its avant-garde urban building concept, designing a new collective space and reinventing the social connections, was either worrisome or wondrous. Spirits became overheated, what would be the habitat of Tomorrow?


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Would the Radiant City announce an overturning of the architectural and social space, following after the metamorphoses initiated by design? We know today that this revolution of space would be long in emerging, and that social connections are not so easily reinvented. The intermediate spaces, straddling the private and public sphere, conceived by Le Corbusier to promote sharing and mutual social assistance, will be used more for building upkeep and safety.

ry pleasures: The "Pattern painting" movement initiated by Shapiro and Zakanitch lauded the purely ornamental aspect of painting, at the expense of conceptual art. This art revives with the body, with its artisanal origins, and draws from the same decorative sources. It was inspired by patchwork, rugs, ceramics, mosaics, and wallpaper made with care to beautify everyday life.Painting became hedonistic again, aimed at the eye rather than the mind, and colours and materials abounded.

It was in the artistic environment, the precursor of burgeoning ideologies and trends, where we can see what would become the design of the future, as we knew it in the 1980s. After some intellectual times, carried by the emergence of abundant concepts and ideals, art turned toward the senso-

In design, 1976 was the calm before the storm.Although nothing appeared to blossom in interiors, there were some harbingers of the happy, playful and hedonistic years that we know so well: Down with the craziness, conceptual seriousness, or environmental and humanist ethics, long live the party and social reunions.

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30 Hotel design...

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Hotel & Spa

Cantemerle Vence - C么te d'Azur Photos Antonio Duarte

In Vence, nestled in the back-country of Nice, the CANTERMERLE HOTEL & SPA has just received its fourth star, launched a custom service, features a refined gourmet menu, and has conducted renovations over the past four years.Discovery of this getaway setting, "relaxed stylish", embodying a way of living that is purely French.


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32 Hotel design... Under a glass roof and real grass, plunge into an elegant dĂŠcor that recalls the Moorish style, with a heated pool and hydro-massage jets, and a green-turquoise mosaic steamroom.

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An unobstructed view of the Mediterranean, nestled in a private park, surrounded by lush vegetation and hundred year-old trees, a hectare of land on a wooded hillside...Bewitching, the place exudes the tranquility of vacation spots.


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Deisgned down to the smallest detail to ensure a high level of service, the rooms are equipped with functional bathrooms, with artisanal

tile and charming faucets.Bathubs with specially-designed shapes promote true moments of relaxation.

The interior interprets a different partition, made for the gentle way of life, with 9 "superior" rooms,

17 "super comfort" rooms, and 1 "luxury" suite, almost all featuring a private patio.

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The hotel unveils its newest assets: a one-hectare private park and herb garden redesigned by a landscape architect, the 36m2 extension of its patio bar, manicured interior spaces and an air-conditioned spa featuring new equipment.

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36 Design trend...

Table basse design Peak from www.atylia.com

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Lampe tempête de Stelton, grande from www.designers-avenue.com

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Those objects that Lit cabane mezzanine Mathy by Bois from www.bambinsdeco.com Buy the product

Lampe Anti-moustiques Inaday's from www.jardinchic.com Buy the product

Salière et poivrière - Nains de table Dejeuner sur l'Herbe from www.madzelle.com Buy the product

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Jardinière îlot végétal Jardiflore from www.naturellement-deco.com

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Table basse Feu Follet en Acacia coloris Teck 80x80x50cm from www.jardindeco.com Buy the product Barbecue carré au charbon from www.innovmania.com Buy the product Store Enrouleur Jour / Nuit Blanc Tamisant from www.madeco.fr Buy the product

Borne solaire led murano Midnight from www.lumi-led.fr Buy the product studio lounger extérieur ambient lounge from www.boutique.deco-interieure.com Buy the product

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GARDEN PL ANNER For

July/August

Plant...  • strawberries, cabbage, cardoons, celery, chicory, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, winter leeks .

Sow…  • lamb's lettuce, lettuce, mixed greens, carrots, turnips, radishes, beets, chervil, courgettes, • s w e e t W illiam , wall f lo w e r s , gypsophilia, and sweet peas, Iceland poppies.

Harvest…  • apricots, cherries, melons, nectarines, blueberries, peaches, apples, strawberries, raspberries, plums, figs, currants, etc., • garlic, potatoes, artichokes, chard, cucumbers, spinach, pea, tomatoes, fennel, aubergines, etc., • wild fruits and berries, • the seeds from spent flowers.

TRIM… • spent flowers to promote flowering, • non-double-fruiting raspberries to ground level, • fruit trees (thinning) : pears, apples, peaches.

MULTIPLY… • fuchsias, geraniums, rosebushes, and honeysuckle by taking cuttings, • irises and primroses by division, • trees and shrubs by taking cuttings (yews, arborvitae, hydrangea, holly, etc.), • rhubarb by dividing the foot, • Japanese quince, maples, and lilacs by grafting.

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MAINTAIN… • dahlias, hollyhocks, and gladioli by staking them, • vines : pinch, debud, and spray, • the lawn: water, fertilise, space out mowings, • the vegetable garden: water, hoe, and control weeds, • greenhouses, frames, and tunnels: aerate.

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The Designers 40 Bedroom Patio accessories‌

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My patio is rich‌ In the summer, the patio is a room of its own, sometimes refined, sometimes playful, but always practical and above all, comfortable. Social interaction and sensory pleasures, it's the accessories that make the difference. Lights, furniture, objects for pleasure, the patio has temperament, like its occupants...

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Dream of a summer night... The moment you have been dreaming about all year is here, it's summer at last  ! So this year it's decided, we will be on the patio.Among friends, lovers, or family, lights and colours are what will create the atmosphere. The choices are vast, the options multiple, producing light of course, but also amusing, surprising, promoting intimacy, romance… Strings of lights, a few lanterns, colourful, well-chosen design objects, these all help us to create the atmosphere of our dreams and to express our creativity. And a few degrees below normal for the season are not going to stop us.

Yes, but how? Because the weather is a bit capricious this year.The simplest solution: The patio heater. Over the past few years it has democratized, accessible, adapting to all patio styles, in gas or electric, stainless steel or wood, designer or discreet, it can hide in plain sight, unless you want it to become the centre of attraction. Whatever you choose, your smoking and non-smoking guests alike will be grateful, in winter or summer.Unless it's just for you...

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I'll live by the sun…

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The goal of the summer, taking advantage of the nice weather regardless of how much outdoor space you have. Providing shelter for a family lunch, improvising a nap under a tree, a shade cloth can adapt to any configuration. An invitation to relax in elegance.

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Outdoor furniture makes its entrance… In noble surroundings, with Nature as a setting, the patio is now viewed as an obvious extension of the house. For the past few years, living rooms and dining rooms have been moving out onto the patio, and so outdoor furniture has had to adapt to this new trend. The time is long gone when outdoor furniture came in just 3 colours and was limited to a few immediately-recognisable materials. Designers and stylists have naturally claimed this new territory, to combine aestheticism with function. The living-room ranges offered by "Royal Botania" and

"Tribu" perfectly illustrate this penchant for a discreet luxury. Aluminium framework furnished with a web of wide fabric bands that support comfortable cushions in current colours.You can compose your living room yourself, with coordinated elements, or create surprise with original mixes. Seeking harmony between Nature and modern comfort, the pure lines and elegant textiles plunge us into an atmosphere that is both contemporary and timeless, where everything is just order and beauty, luxury, calm, and sensual delight.

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Wood, an essential element…

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Sensual and natural, wood covers patios and swimming-pool decks. Its low thermal conductivity ensures that it will be a pleasant temperature to the touch, regardless of its exposure. Environmentally friendly, it is reassuring, aesthetic, and adapts to every style. From contemporary to traditional, there is something for everyone.

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50 Patio accessories‌

And the dream becomes reality‌

Gazebo, cabana, the mere mention of these words immediately plunges us into a world of exotic relaxation. Lounging, sheltered from the harsh sun, or enjoying the evening coolness, passport not required. An invitation to travel and a change of scenery, guaranteed, on the patio. MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 10


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Mineral and vegetable…the perfect

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Tracing out a path, filling a seasonal plant void, or letting your creativity run wild, pots and other planters are a veritable decorative asset for the balcony, patio, and yard. They make it possible to compose landscapes, are modular, aesthetic, and harmonious.

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Plant staging‌ Nature is constantly changing, transforming itself, renewing itself as the seasons go by, and our exteriors follow the movement. Sometimes discreet, sometimes lush, the vegetation on our patios and in our gardens comes out of its shell, grows more subdued, creates itself if it is missing.Selecting decorative elements for your patio is therefore much more than a simple choice of objects and accessories, its an art of staging. A pathway of pots and earthenware jars, which are based and naturally find their function as a receptacle for plant life, can be used to block out prying eyes, play with

the volumes and shapes in our exteriors. Primitive shapes and ancestral craftsmanship, pottery radiates its soothing terrestrial vibration. What could be more authentic than the skilful combination of earth, water, and fire, shaped by the hand of Man? If your patio needs plants and shrubs, you can compensate for this lack by adding fabrics with floral patterns. A few cushions with a plant pattern could be a perfect complement to a sober piece of furniture, in addition to warm comfort, they will add freshness and dynamism to your arrangements.

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The essen INDU + TOMBOY DUO from www.darty.com

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Gaston 90 by PALAZZETTI from www.palazzetti.it

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Early June to late July, the Cortex Athletico gallery presents, simultaneously and for the first time in its Bordeaux and Paris spaces, an exceptional exhibition of German artist Rolf Julius, a pioneer in sound sculpture, entitled Landscapes. Rolf Julius (born in 1939) past away in 2011, and was a major figure in Sound Art. Modest and poetic, his work, appearing in the late 1970s, was at the crossroads of sculpture and music. It creates "a musical space with images and a space full of imagery using music", in a close relationship with nature and the world. This tribute exhibition, between 4 June and 27 July in Bordeaux and from 6 June to 27 July in Paris, over close to 400 m2, brings together some twenty of his major works from the 1980s to 2009, which are appealing for the landscape and its abstraction, some shown for the first time.

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Marie Jolly

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Marie Jolly, a passionate Breton artist, feeds her creativity on what surrounds her and charms her. The sea, endless source of inspiration, has guided her brushes, giving life to lovely fish with striking scales, highlighted with gold or silver leaf: sardines, mackerel, and mullets dance on canvasses in straightforward tones, for fresh, current decoration. Marie Jolly's little fish escape on the walls of our "home sweet home", and offer us the luxury of feeling a bit like we are on holiday everyday. Dive in to take a look, and you're off! Here we are on a beach in St-Malo, a Breton boat, or on Quiberon Bay... Close your eyes, smell the air: you can almost hear the sounds of the gulls in the distance! As for sizes, Marie offers large "Aquarium" canvasses in 140 x 120 cm, very stylish and impressive.But also schools of fish in the form of triptychs or squares of all sizes, enabling everyone to imagine singular combinations of paintings, to brighten any room of the house. The artist also makes custom paintings that adapt to the interior, tastes, escapist desires, so that anyone can feel like a fish in the water when they are at home!

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Gilles Ouaki

Gilles Ouaki, famed photographer who has graced the pages of Le Parisien and Paris Match, is showing at Moretti & Moretti Gallery, in the Marais in Paris, exhibiting three series of recent works that confirm his total commitment to contemporary art. I Lock You, which constitutes the main portion of his gallery show, is a salvage operation.Gilles Ouaki regularly leads a volunteer commando mission to the Pont des Arts in order to beat City Hall in removing the strongest and most powerful padlocks attached to the railings by bashful couples. The padlocks, slated for destruction, are archived on large-format black backgrounds like archaeological relics. The second series, entitled Street Art, is the fruit of a collaboration with some of the biggest names in Street Art. Jef Aérosol, Freddish, Konny, Fenx, Thom Thom, Kouka, Guillaume Plisson, and Jérôme Mesnager propose a colour re-read of the images of murders recorded in black and white by the reporter. The last series deployed Gilles Ouaki's eyes in extra large views. Seven colour photographs, taken from life during his travels, offer a relevant look at the human comedy. Here it is the theatre of life that extends into the smallest recesses. Exhibition from 19 April through 22 June 2013

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The artists and their creations... lazrak Painter Born in 1976, Ghizlane LAZRAK is a young self-taught painter. Since childhood, she has had a passion for artistic activities, with a pronounced interest in drawing and painting. She brings together different techniques, like drawing, charcoal, oil and acrylic paints. Today, Ghizlane LAZRAK is a contemporary artist who does not hide her attraction for expressionism and the abstract.

rené Berrut Painter René Berrut is a self-taught artist; although he studied design, he learned to paint at a very early age. This globe trotter draws his inspirations from the many trips he has made around the world.René Berrut is passionate about colours, and he makes his own colours by brewing flowers, pistils, and floral oils. Behind his lyrical brushstrokes, this detail artist hides a multitude of signs, as much in the forms as in the colours.

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kloe vano Painter After spending many years wavering between the figurative and the abstract, Kloe Vano found her true outlet in the latter artistic form. Following many exhibitions around the world, this international artist stands out through the intense evocative capacity of her paintings.Fascinated by the avant-garde works of Gerhard Richter, she acknowledges having found in him not a model, but a true artistic soul mate.In her works, you can make out the lines of emotions evoked through a lush Nature, bordered with by warm or cool colours, depending on the seasons depicted.

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isis bi m Painter/Sculptor A born artist, Isis Bi M sold her custom-decorated ashtrays on the playground. This painter/ sculptor from Lille seeks the happiness of the spectator through her works.The bright colours and lyrical forms of her sculptures are a joyful package that you'd like to come across on a highway detour or in a living room.Isis Bi M creates her works at night time, following nocturnal impulses that remind her of a meeting or a feeling she had during the day.A positivist artist with feelings for a guide.

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Mama Shelter Marseille

Serge Trigano, founder of Mama Shelter with his sons, Benjamin and Jérémie, urbanist philosopher Cyril Aouizerate, and Philippe Starck, have opened in Marseille a new version of their unusual formula: a hip hotel accessible to everyone. A private tour of this temple of hospitality, where the design speaks of a universal, serene future.

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Does design mean anything to you? Mama Shelter has come to Marseille, a city open to cultural and social diversity, an emblem of a fundamental value for its founders: Once you walk in the front door, the hotel, at ease, seems to speak to its visitors. In an elevator break, it teaches the famous Marseille way of speaking and supplies the codes of its culture. On the walls of the

restaurant, spotlights illuminate empty patches, embellished by a painted frame. At Mama Shelter, everyone's imagination is accepted as is.Hospitality, beyond the physical welcome, breathes in the walls of the Mama, who knows how to receive all the thoughts and propose discovering the local intimacy.

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Luxury? Comfort and humour...

Philippe Starck, once again proves that you can make the beautiful with simple, low-cost materials and a good dose of creativity. Humour, omnipresent on these premises, thrills the senses as much as the soul: Mama Shelter is a place where it is nice to live, laugh, and converse. Supreme quality is dedicated to the essential: fabulous bedding and a giant Mac monitor in the bedrooms...

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Pure creativity... In the common areas of the hotel, the stream of words is endless, no word seems to take up more space than the others, or is higher than another. Ceilings painted black, evoking chalkboards that children draw on, endlessly retracing their creations, the walls and floors swirl with graffiti. The uncluttered steel bar, with its simple design, becomes a veritable jewel when lit by a collection of colourful floats strung on a neon lamp. Here, Philippe Starck generously proposes completely simple, courageous design idea that is free and obvious in this convivial place where family and the sea hold an essential place.The bedrooms, intended for an "unfederated non-consumer" audience, glorify the Marseille light. The polished concrete walls evoke an unfinished

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jobsite and advocate the importance of nonostentatious details: The closets light up with fluorescent paint and masks of cartoon characters that have become fantastic lamps lit by neon. The sheets are white, immaculate, for dreams without dark ideas, with your head on the feather pillows where you plunge as into a cloud.Linoleum representing a patchwork of ancient rugs, combining the taste for the traditional with the ease of modernity. No need for manners to be happy in this place. Wood, a warm and essential material, dear to Starck, happily pairs with modern, colourful creations.Rough wooden tables are topped with industrial lamps, the combination of genres starts with the furniture and lasts throughout the room.

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Decor


rating a radiant future

Imagine a world where boys and girls play on a giant foosball table. Businessmen in slippers, or tattooed women dine together, in a spirit of festivity and sharing, around large communal wooden tables. Bright yellow armchairs distract from the light wood of the tables, the white of the porcelain, and the silver of the stainlesssteel industrial furniture. Everything is light, laughter, and rejoicing. You have landed at Mama Shelter. Musical instruments, serving as evocative decorations, are hanging in the room where private concerts are held, softening the hearts of those whose hearts are already open in this place. You are in Marseille, a place where even those who don't normally drink sip at pastis, to soak up the sunny, spicy, and colourful spirit of the city. Here, every activity is going full swing, without concession.Guests sleep in comfortable beds but dine and converse on benches and seats that encourage you to lean toward your conversation partner instead of slouching. The furniture is chosen, essential. The hotel is meant to be a place of life, it advocates a serene future, where conflicts are wiped out in favour of union. The sea, close by and soothing, pampers these men and women of tomorrow, offering them a well-deserved rest. Mama Shelter, beyond its inventive, inspired dĂŠcor, accompanies the emergence of new, positive values.

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About the veranda... The veranda is an extension of the home, a veritable hyphen between interior and exterior. A living room in its own right and built on the facade of the house, the veranda is a very common concept in tropical regions. In recent years, it has found increasing favour in Europe, including France, particularly to take advantage of the spring and summer sunshine while staying in the shade.

In India, the veranda is a sort of balcony protected by a roof, and is essential when you want to enter or leave the house. In the West, we usually see a modern version of the veranda. This is an enclosed space composed in large part of windows, with a wooden, steel, aluminium, or PVC framework.

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A room of its own... In addition to increasing a home's inhabitable surface area, a veranda beautifies any home without question.On the balcony, patio, or directly open to the yard, the veranda offers infinite possibilities.

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In particular, it can be used as a dining or living room.In addition to being pleasant to enjoy, this space offers a panoramic, surprising view of the outside.


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The advantages of the veranda... The veranda is aesthetic above all else. There is nothing like it to beautify your home's architecture. Furthermore, it makes it possible to generate energy savings. In the winter, the "greenhouse" stores the heat generated by the sun to heat the interior of the veranda in the evening. Depending on the type of glazing you choose, it can offer thermal protection by rejecting a large portion of the sun's heat in order to keep it cool inside. Another advantage of glass is

that it offers good luminosity, thus helping to take advantage of this space practically year round. Nevertheless, to promote the use of natural light and heat, choosing the veranda's orientation is essential.In terms of cost, this construction is almost within reach of all budgets thanks to the diversity of current offerings and materials used. Another asset, the veranda can welcome any design and have several functions, from outdoor kitchen to swimming pool shelter.

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Whether you are renovating or installing a new veranda, the choice of materials is essential.It is not just a question of aesthetics, but also of cost, and thermal and acoustic insulation.

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Wood, PVC, steel, aluminium... A traditional and insulating material par excellence, wood has the ability to go with

practically any home and construction. In addition to good sound and thermal insulation, it is also durable, as long as you choose a resilient, rot-resistant wood species like red cedar. The only hitch is that this material is fairly expensive. For a modest budget, PVC is the best solution for the veranda framework. In addition to being a good insulator, it is easy to maintain and offers infinite possibilities in terms of styles and forms. More elegant and refined, wrought iron and steel add to the aesthetics of a traditional stone home. These materials are also resilient, and suited to large verandas.

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The aluminium veranda... Aluminium is an excellent designer material. As modular as you could want, it can be used to create different forms and proves ideal for a contemporary veranda. Additionally, this material can come in a variety of colours and can therefore be used to create a contrast or harmony with the house, depending on your tastes. Lastly, since this material is both resilient and light, it is very suitable for large verandas. And to prevent unwelcome surprises and be guaranteed a quality material, choosing a good supplier is essential.

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They took the chance... Video Entry Phone [mirror effect] The product of Avidsen R&D, the Luta video entry phone is part of this generation of touch tablets, with an ultraflat 7" display that is less than 1 centimetre thick. Hands free, with a designer mirror face, the screen's keys are invisible when the entry phone is on standby. Equipped with infrared LEDs for night vision, the entry phone's outside panel provides a clear colour image, even in very low light. Technology, design, and simplicity, pleasantly combining design and security. www.avidsen.com

DĂŠco Tac! The magic fabric for customising everything with words. For creating murals or customising furniture, the new Deco Tac concept from Mesmotsdeco.com is easy and fun to create everything online, in just a few clicks. Made of 100% polyester fabric, it sticks and un-sticks, like a post-it, however you like it on a wall, chair, furniture...anything goes. www.barberine-shop.com/fr

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They took the chance... What is a motor doing generating cold under the bonnet of a Fiat 500? Through a new extraordinary object from the "Fiat 500 Design Collection" line, Smeg and Fiat, with the stylistic collaboration of Italia Independent, mix forms and functions... because a refrigerator is not just a household appliance and a bonnet is not just a simple car part. Renewing the look, arousing a smile, and applying the passion of creativity to the precision of technology: that has always been the view of design shared by both brands. Thus was born a refrigerator that fulfils its function in a new form. It has something extra. Something that draws the eye, fools it, and renews it. On 30 May 2013, the SMEG 500 refrigerator was presented in a sneak preview in Paris, during a cool happening at Collette, the Rue Saint HonorĂŠ concept store. www.smeg.fr

Mes Ido! 'mes Ido", for ideas and design for unique objects! Ideas, Virginie Letyrant, a young business leader, had a good one by deciding to set out to create and sell simple objects that are aesthetic but above all useful!A tree rack, a champagne bar, or an umbrella stand."mes ido" revisits these everyday objects with a good dose of ingenuity and quality materials.

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La Boyita, Punta del Este, Uruguay Architects: Martin Gomez & Gonzalo Veloso

Photos: Ezequiel Escalante

This month, Crazy about Design takes us to South America, to Uruguay, to discover La Boyita, a private contemporary construction from 2009, where interior and exterior blend together to fuse the whole in an omnipresent Nature.

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Built by the Argentine architecture firm of Martin Gomez, La Boyita is a 600 m2 private residence, bathed in Nature, whose spectacular views are made possible by windows and floor-to-ceiling glass walls.

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The project is composed of five blocks with, in one wing, a living room and dining room that enjoy lovely views of the sea. The swimming pool in the centre is fully protected from the wind. The other blocks also include a function room and guest rooms. The objective of this resident is that every guest has the feeling of being alone in a hotel.


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Rough materials and pale colours were favoured, a choice that stands out with the humid subtropical climate of the country.

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The fruit of a complex process overlapping the roles of architect, interior architect, landscape architect, and graphic designer, La Boyita is a testimony to the obsession of its creator regarding the contextualisation of his work within the landscape it is immersed in.

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A 136 m2 apartment in a new luxury building in the city centre. Modern design, beautiful appointments. Concierge, swimming pool in the building.The building is located near the Casino.

1, Promenade des Anglais - 5 rue Gabriel FaurĂŠ - 06000 Nice Tel.: +33 (0)4 93 16 80 11 - Fax: + +33 (0)4 93 16 82 19 email: casa@casa-nobile.com

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A charming property with a swimming pool and barbecue area. foyer, living/dining room, kitchen, bedroom with bathroom; 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms on the 1st floor, opening onto a deck. Independent studio. A basement, wine cellar, and laundry room round out the property. Inhabitable space of 300 m2 on a 1400 m2 plot.

1, Promenade des Anglais - 5 rue Gabriel FaurĂŠ - 06000 Nice Tel.: +33 (0)4 93 16 80 11 - Fax: + +33 (0)4 93 16 82 19 email: casa@casa-nobile.com

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Luberon

Facing the Luberon, in a very private location. Delightful Provencal house dating to the 17th century Fully restored, if offers around 300 m2 of inhabitable space with outbuildings and a heated pool. Built on three levels, the residence contains 4 bedrooms, a lovely living room, as well as a spaceous library that can be fitted out as a bedroom. Around 6 hectares of land. The preserved architectural elements, local stone, beams, fireplaces, give this house character and charm. Ref: MEN-5929-SVA

EMILE GARCIN LUBERON Tel : +33 (0)4 90 72 32 93 luberon@emilegarcin.fr

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BORDEAUX

Magnificent chateau with a view overlooking Bordeaux, the Garonne Valley, and extending as far as the Landes. A remarkable gate marks the beginning of a driveway lined with hundred-year-old trees, leading to the property. This is surrounded by a majestic park and around 13 ha of land. The charterhouse is typical of the Bordeaux prestige of the late 17th century, and it has 5 entrance halls and 6 bedrooms in the side wings. A central rotunda opens up onto the park and the panoramic view. The chateau and its two enormous outbuildings (2x650m2) delineate a vast rectangular courtyard. They house the wine storehouse, a guest house, garages, workshops, and a magnificent orangery. A caretaker's house at the entrance. A property with rare charm just 10 km from Bordeaux. Ref: BDX-1684

Emile Garcin BORDEAUX Tel: +33 (0)5 59 01 59 59 bordeaux@emilegarcin.fr

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PARIS 7 - ST GERMAN/MUSEE D’ORSAY

Located right near the Musée d'Orsay, the Seine, and the Boulevard St. Germain, on the 3rd floor of an old building, a comfortable 164 m² apartment, fully renovated, decorated, and furnished with very refined materials. It is composed of a living room, dining room, master suite, and two other bedrooms with their own shower rooms and a large, modern, fully equipped kitchen. Air conditioning, audio-video system, alarm. Parking inside the building. Apartment sold furnished and equipped. Ref: V0485PA

32, Avenue Pierre Ier de Serbie - 75008 Paris - France Tel.: +33 (0)1 80 18 79 40 - Fax: + 33 (0)1 80 18 79 41 email: paris@john-taylor.com

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Ideally located in the Triangle d'Or, in a beautiful freestone building, a sublime contemporary 170 m² apartment on the 3rd floor. A lovely receiving room, fully equipped kitchen, master bedroom, 2 bedrooms, one bathroom with WC, a laundry corner. Double basement. Parking space. Calm. Well lit. High ceilings. Ref: V0463PA

32, Avenue Pierre Ier de Serbie - 75008 Paris - France Tel.: +33 (0)1 80 18 79 40 - Fax: + 33 (0)1 80 18 79 41 email: paris@john-taylor.com

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