Page 1

EnglishEdition

No. 11 - September/October 2013

PREMIER MAGAZINE CROSS-MEDIAS DE DECO GRATUIT

Fireplaces & Wood Stoves… Stairway:

Between two floors

Pool

Shelters & Covers

Starck made

SLS

Join us on…

Miami


The No. 1 newsstand exclusively dedicated to free digital magazines

Explore new titles, in every field, here and now‌ GO ‌And don't miss upcoming releases at www.freekioskmag.com


PREMIER MAGAZINE CROSS-MEDIAS DE DECO GRATUIT

EDITORIAL

English EDITION No.11 - September/October 2013

Back to School…

CONTENTS Agenda 04 Living Rooms

08

Fireplaces & Wood Stoves

24

Vintage design: 1977

48

Hotel Design

50

Design trend

56

Stairways 60 Offices

72

Starck made 106 Pool Shelters & Covers 116 They took the chance

130

Crazy about design

132

Free subscription

140

Luxury 142 Good web ideas from the editors 150

One year follows another and September of ten serves to foreshadow, in every field, what the coming year will be like. Of course there are the 2013 collections, but 2014 is the year designers are looking toward after a sluggish, morose year, regardless of what anyone says. It's a time to contemplate the new creations on display at the upcoming Maison & Objet show (which, each year, never fails to make Decoration and Design news), we detect a return to simplicity, with flashy colors taking a back seat in favor of light, pastel tones. White, gray, motherof-pearl, blue, and green, are regaining their status, it's about time, perhaps. It is a simplicity that seems to go perfectly with recession years, probably pure speculation. So get ready for classic with, innovation mandatory, a (traditional) touch of modernity. In this new issue, which we have intended to be graphically wonderful and which should dress you for winter, you will find fireplaces to warm your body... the whole house, majestic rooms, put together with a taste for a rare insolence that leads us, for a change, to congratulate the designer. Nothing to say to that, it makes you dream and want to invest. And then, since it has been a long time since the design press has examined what is going on between the lines, we have dedicated an entire article to those sculptures walk on without ever lingering too long, stairways. Pool shelters and indoor spas complete the picture with new items that are beautiful and sophisticated as always, not to mention Philippe Starck in Miami and our own in Mane en Provence. It's an issue that has gained weight, but still no wrinkles. Publication Director: Bertrand Daudey Editing Director: Philippe Boegli Editorial staff: Carole Montalban, Eglantine Bremond, Mirana Rajaobelina, Séverine Littière. presse@mcmwebzine.fr Advertising Department : 09 75 21 54 81 - pub@mcmwebzine.fr Advertising Director: Jennyfer Vautrin. DTP/paste-up: Atenao Reader mail: lecteurs@mcmwebzine.fr Cover  France Turbo 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 all the items contained in the M COMME MAISON ® magazine and on the mcommemaison.com website 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 editorial 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 director of publication reserves the right to refuse any publication.

Be a part of the next issue Partners

Advertising


PAGE

ndant la Paris Design e peAgenda... nim04 au pied de la pyramide inversée * présentée par le collectif FFD . ont de l’événement pour faire es inédits.

To keep your eye on ! Paris Design Week

ous our

euarla siés ur acettes du métier.

When design comes to the Carrousel du Louvre! September 9 - 15, 2013 For the second year in a row, the Carrousel du Louvre will be taking part in Paris Design Week. From September 9 through 15, 2013 design  will be honored below the upside-down pyramid though the unique exhibition "Noir & Bois / Bois & Blanc (Black & Wood / Wood & White), presented by the FFD* collective. Many stores in the Carrousel shopping center will be taking advantage of the event to reintroduce the public to design through exclusives and originals.

ateur, … chaque équipe a conçu maMontlouis-sur-Loire es Tomato Festival at the Château de la Bourdaisière re September 7 & 8, 2013 re The Château de la Bourdaisière in Montlouis-sur-Loire, hale/ fway between Tours and Amboise, will be presenting the 15th Tomato & Flavors Festival whose theme this year is: Mexico, the 1st stage in the tomato's journey in the 16th century

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


05

PAGE

Agenda...

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11 Visit the site: www.decastelli.it


PAGE $

06 Agenda...

To keep your eye on !

!"# %&'(')*

DOSSIER DE PRESSE 2013

France

COMMUNIQUE DE PRESSE Paroles de Jardiniers (Gardeners' Words) JUIN 2013 Weekends from September 7 through 29, 2013 For the second edition of the event, Gardeners' Words will offer games and activities, sure to delight families. It's a way to get together, share the joys of gardening with the kids in a fun way, amusing young and old ème Du 25 octobre au 3 novembre 2013, la 9 alike édition Foire d’Automne, événement whiledegetting a big breath un of fresh air! Foire de Paris, est plus que jamais le rendez-vous cocooning plaisir en soninSome fifty sitespour will se be faire participating in prenant the event, temps avec une offre 100% art de vivre et 100% confort. cluding some of the most beautiful gardens in the Yvelines. Over 120 activities aresuccès planned: gardening, « Foire d’Automne est devenue le premier événement consacré avec à tous les plaisirs du cocooning » constate Sandra Vernier,social directrice. « Plus qu’unespecial tendance, creativity, interaction, sharing, visits, le discocooning s’est affirmé comme un art de vivre où se mêlent les matières, les couleurs, les cussions, introductions... formes, les saveurs, les lumières, les loisirs, les objets, le mobilier… ».

VOUS ALLEZ ADORER HIBERNER !

Information is available at: www.paroles-de-jardiniers.fr

Après une croissance de plus de 30% de son visitorat en 2012, Foire d’Automne attend cette année 110 000 visiteurs. Ces derniers pourront partager avec les 400 exposants leurs envies !"#$%&"'(#"))"''*+,$"-%.")'/01#%)2"'3'4567"#%."'819#%.':'';<'=>';?'?>'?;'@'&A1"#%.BC$"-%.")DE# F1&%"'G"#&1H06':';<'?>'>?'II';J':'-2B(#"&%)%0.DE# et leurs projets pour : SE PREPARER UN NID DOUILLET Formes douces, couleurs chaudes, luminosités délicates… Paris L’intérieur s’adoucit et se refait un style. De l'aménagement à la décoration, c’est une (Fall véritable Foire d'Automne Fair) -source Portes d’inspiration de versailles -quotidienne Pavillon 7 pour un habitat confortable, cosy et sophistiqué.

October 25 - November 3, 2013 A Foire de DE ParisLA event, and more than ever THE cocooning SE DORLOTER TETE AUX PIEDS Cet hiver, on se ressource et se chouchoute Beauté, trade show for having fun while taking !your time bien-être, with an mode, produits malins… C’est le passage obligé pour découvrir offering thatprendre is 100% lifestyle Fall les secrets pour soin de soiand et se100% parer comfort."The contre le froid. Fair has become the number one event successfully dedicaRETROUVER LES SAVEURS GOURMETS AU CŒUR DE ted to all the pleasures of cocooning," says Sandra Vernier, L’HIVER Les papilles entre réconfortants director.s’aiguisent "More than justproduits a trend,traditionnels, cocooning has affirmed et plaisirs gourmands aux subtiles saveurs végétales, entre itself as a lifestyle, blendingoriginales materials, aux colors, shapes, scents, recettes classiques et boissons vertus tonifiantes. light, recreation, objects, furniture, etc.," PARTAGER DES MOMENTS ET DES RENCONTRES Tourisme, sport et loisirs seront au rendez-vous pour rester en forme toute la saison automne-hiver. Les familles et les enfants apprécieront tout particulièrement le nouvel espace qui leur est dédié ! MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site:

07

PAGE

Agenda...

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11 www.arte-international.com


PAGE

Fireplaces & Wood Living Rooms 8 Living Rooms... Stoves

Hotel Design

Objects

in Style

Stairways

By Eglantine Bremond

Royal softness in the living

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Offices

Pool Shelters

g room â&#x20AC;Ś

Crazy

Free

about Design

Subscription

Luxury

This season, the living room design trend brings a colorful style with a serene splendor. Refined wallpaper, gold tones, plays of light, and soft materials imbue this living room with an almost divine atmosphere, all in nuances. It's the last word in this new trend, which just make you eager to get homeâ&#x20AC;Ś

Visit the site: www.roche-bobois.com


PAGE

10 Living Rooms...

Art deco trend revisited… A return to the simplicity and geometry of forms, the art deco style is beautifying living rooms. Furniture is functional, solid, and does not get lost in flourishes, invading minds and the space. Royal style par excellence, inspired by the classicism of the 17th century, the art deco movement advocated an assumed development of a certain standard of living, an attraction to wealth, which is now indoors… From Vox Meubles, the bulky look of the wenge is offset by the minimalism of the forms and modularity. The space of the room is optimized, and it remains vast and supreme. The modern inter-

pretation of this movement focuses creativity on the quest for sensuality, much more than on the attraction of social representations. The quality of materials, combined with the effect of the raw and rounded shapes, offers a new look at what splendor is. Enjoying your kingdom no longer requires a spirit of conquest, but rather an ability to remain with your senses awakened. Timothy Oulton offers a personal interpretation of the art deco style, by combining vintage leather and hand-worked metal. The armchair, imposing and clean, is an invitation to sensual pleasure…

Visit the site: www.vox-meubles.fr MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site:www.timothyoulton.com


PAGE

12 Living Rooms...

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Luxurious comfortâ&#x20AC;Ś

The work of the textures and materials allow for every sensual delight. From Zanotta, the Altopiano modular couch is composed of a variable-density stuffing,

goose down, and polyurethane, for optimal comfort, combining postural stability with the feeling of floating on a voluptuous clouds of feathers. Visit the site: www.zanotta.it


PAGE

14 Living Rooms...

A sovereign interiorâ&#x20AC;Ś The living room is the part of the home that blends private and social life, interior and exterior. Decorating the living room was long considered an ostentatious act, it is a matter of displaying for visitors what you want to show of your life. This part of the home is also the place where we spend the most time, alone or with family.. The paradox appears to be: should you decorate the living room to feel good in it or to give it some splendor? The newest design trends, and the freedom of creativity that inspires them, are heading for new horizons. The selection of furniture and design elements offers so many possibilities that it is now easy to create a place

that brings us together, containing everything we...love. Whether you are turned toward the future, dynamism, and construction, or attracted by dreams and inspiration, designers and decorators are proposing comfortable innovations, charged with meaning and ergonomic. For those who love action and want to live in the fast lane, Ekornes proposes an imperial conference space, combining the movement of professional furniture with the ultra-comfort of the living room. Gentle dreamers will be able to attend to the contemplation of royal tapestries, like those by Elitis, whose iconography has been replaced by sensual textures, inviting you to touch them...

Visit the site : MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11

www.ekornes.fr/fauteuils-stressless


Visit the site:

www.elitis.fr


PAGE

16 Living Rooms...

The spirit of dynasties penetrates our homes, softened by a breath of sensuality and lightness. Soothing, colors and textures, modern, and colorful, adorn this furniture with a royal inspiration. La Grange proposes a living room inspired by Louis XVI, in pastel colors, bringing together leather, wood, and velvet, for moments fit for a lighthearted kingâ&#x20AC;Ś

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11

Royal spiritâ&#x20AC;Ś


Visit the site: www.grange.fr


PAGE

18 Living Rooms...

Eternal presentâ&#x20AC;Ś The quest for the Holy Grail appears to have resulted in these dĂŠcors where time stands still. Blinding distant, recent, and contemporary eras, the style of these trendy living rooms offer a pause in space time, making each moment the eternal present...Skillful wall tapestries, streamlined grandiose chandeliers, armchairs with royal curves or geometric shapes come together to create a contemporary haven of peace. The tones of this trend are mellow: gray, beiges and brown, brightened with fine gilding, to compose a place with a serene splendor. La Redoute proposes a dĂŠcor that

brings together browns and creamy textures. The chandeliers evoke the magnificence of the days of the chateaux, but updated, geometric, and streamlined. The monochromatic browns give character to this uncluttered living room. Mise en demeure opts for period furniture, with an elegant Chesterfield living room set. The unique combination of leather and velvet, dark and light gray, create a modern, simple, and stylish atmosphere in total harmony with the wood paneling and period chandeliers, providing light to the room.

Visit the site: www.laredoute.fr MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site: www.misendemeure.com


PAGE

20 Living Rooms...

Luminous modernity…

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


And for those who want to rule over a current, contemporary interior, Calligaris proposes a peaceful haven, with a designer feel, a hint of the seventies, as part of the revisited classics trend. The imposing Alameda couch, with its generous, massive curves, lording over Electra chairs, with their light, skillfully polished look, for pleasures of the senses and the soul.

Visit the site: www.calligaris.eu


PAGE

22 Living Rooms...

My beautiful kingdom… With this royal trend, the living room invites you to savor its own domain, where our loved ones live and are welcome.

The conquest is on the inside, where we conspire to expand the horizon of our soul and our life plans. In a world of utter sensuality, curled up on a velvet armchair, feet on a soft rug, sharing and relaxing reign supreme, tinged with soft and natural nuances. The definition of royal is changing; we are all kings and queens of our world, rich in dreams, plans, creations, and love... Love replaces weapons to expand our territory in places always more vast, real, or imaginary, which go against the temporal limits of eras and trends.

Visit the site:www.chelini.com

Wall coverings… Tapestries, once the ostentatious sign of noble wealth, find their sumptuousness in another design. The iconography has been replaced by plays of materials and light, encouraging simple, sweet contemplation. Effects of textured paint or wallpaper, worked like artworks adorn the contours of these trendy living rooms. There is no longer a need to try to figure out how to decorate the living room; bare, sensual walls are enough… MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site:www.glasitalia.com


PAGE

& Wood Living Rooms & Fireplaces 24 Fireplaces Wood Stoves... Stoves

Hotel Design

Objects

in Style

Stairways

By Carole Derguini

Wood Stoves & Fireplaces For exceptional fireplacesâ&#x20AC;Ś

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


â&#x20AC;Ś

Offices

Pool Shelters

Crazy

Free

about Design

Subscription

Luxury

The showpiece of your living room, the fireplace warms, purifies the atmosphere, and provides a certain character to a home. Combining artistic design and technological prowess, that's the challenge that craftsmen and designers have always laid out for themselves. From the Gyrofocus of 1968, to more futuristic creations, makers of wood stoves and fireplaces combine elegance and ingenuity.

Visit the site: www.focus-creation.com


PAGE

26 Fireplaces & Wood Stoves...

Built-in fireplacesâ&#x20AC;Ś Your home is spacious, with multiple volumes to heat, you are looking for comfort and warmth, so you should take care in choosing a fireplace. If your residence, on one or more floors, only has one fireplace but the stovepipe passes through other rooms, you cam opt for an insert, which will distribute the heat throughout multiple parts of the house. In steel or cast iron, fireplace inserts can slide into new or existing fireplaces, and can heat one or more rooms. In terms of style, here again the selection is vast. Regardless of the style of your fireplace, you have several options,

open or closed, which blend flawlessly with a moden or more traditional environment. There is a solution for every configuration. If its placement presents an exposed angle with a lateral face as shown below, which produces a more designer effect, or if its configuration is more simple, with just a single side, performance is not degraded in any way. Fireplace inserts are made to order, depending on your esthetic requirements as well as your home's BTU needs and technical constraints.

Visit the site: www.turbofonte.com MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site: www.lorflam.com


PAGE

28 Fireplaces & Wood Stoves...

Spectacular Firesâ&#x20AC;Ś In order for a feeling of harmony to reign over a given space, it must be skillfully distributed. For large areas, you should opt for a spectacular setting for the fireplace. In addition to providing heat, in a very large room it will create a point to gather around.

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site: www.seguin.fr


PAGE

30 Fireplaces & Wood Stoves...

Gentleness and Harmony by the Fireâ&#x20AC;Ś We can expect different things from a fireplace, depending on the room it is located in. In the past, there was a fireplace in every kitchen. The common element to the dining room, preparing meals over the fire, cookinng your bread or pizza, or simmering a meal for hours. The taste of a meal prepared over a wood fire, which goes deliciously well with the pleasure of standing in front of a roaring fire like in the old days is, fortunately, still current.Today's craftsmen still master those ancestral techniques, with more efficient materials at their disposal, so there is no need to choose between tradition and modernity.

For fireplaces in the living room or bedroom, priority is given to estheticism and safety. With regard to the visual aspect, there are f or example, "full view" contemporary models, where the natural spectacle of the fire is on display. You can choose from straight, multi-sided, front-back, or suspended fireplaces. Equiped with a fully removable door and, for better thermal comfort, lined inside with firebrick, the fireplace can be neat and elegant. Easy to operate, and to clean, you just have to give in to your romantic or philosophical urges, with complete peace of mind.

Visit the site: MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11

www.cheminees-jean-magnan.com


Visit the site:

www.totemfire.com


PAGE

32 Fireplaces & Wood Stoves...

It all starts with a visionâ&#x20AC;Ś Chimney-free, automatic, rotating, anything is possible today. Like a UFO, this thoroughbred model with its slender, futuristic lines, is a good example of designer originality. With a high BTU output, increased heating surface area, and up to 10 hours of continuous fire, it's one of the latest trends in home cocooning.

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site: www.wanders.fr


PAGE

34 Fireplaces & Wood Stoves...

Gas fireplacesâ&#x20AC;Ś My first : an architectural fireplace totally integrated with the style of your living room, My second : an open or closed gas fireplace. My third: simple cleaning without ashes or dust. My everything: a fireplace that lets you have a different kind of fire in the urban environment. It's true that storing wood or a bulky fuel in the city is not an easy task; you have to transport it or have it delivered and store it in a location protected from moisture. Worry no longer, because you can now light your fire and adjust the flame height

at the touch of a finger and by sight, using the remote control. You can also program it to go on before you come home, without having to worry about anything whatsoever. The last word in modern comfort and discreet elegance. With the same home automation options, there are also models that look so much like a traditional wood fireplace, you can hardly tell them apart. A few decorative, non-combustible logs set in the fireplace cleverly disguise the origin of the flames. Results and effects guaranteed for this ingenious solution.

Visit the site: www.archiflam.fr MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site: www.chazelles.com


PAGE

36 Fireplaces & Wood Stoves...

The hottest new technologies…

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


In the range of suspended fireplaces, technology and performance make all the difference. And you have a few options: easier use thanks to a starterassisted ingnition; economic savings thanks to full combustion of the wood, extending the "autonomy" of the device and reducing its consumption, all with exceptional convection power and heat radiation. Visit the site: www.france-turbo.com


PAGE

38 Fireplaces & Wood Stoves...

Reading beside the fire… Yes, wood stoves are back in fashion. Several factors can explain this phenomenon: rising fossil fuel prices, renewable energies credits and, above all, improved equipment performance including for logburning models: Low or medium power, they are easy to install and use, and they distribute their heat quickly and directly. Unlike what you may have heard, installing a wood stove in an apartment is not prohibited. Just make sure that your HOA regulations allow wood burning stoves, and that the smoke exhaust pipe is up to code.

The latest incarnation of a traditional wood stove, the newest models employ 21st century technology, and the efficiency of dual environmental and economic performance. Wood heating is environmentally friendly, because it helps to limit greenhouse gas emissions. Opting for wood heating also means substantial savings, because it is a relatively cheap fuel (annual cost of €765 for a 120 m², four person house with energy needs of 20,000kWh/year). For an authentic atmosphere, safe heat, all with the sensations of a real wood fire,

Visit the site: www.fabrilor.com MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site: www.dedietrich-thermique.fr


PAGE

40 Fireplaces & Wood Stoves...

Redesigning spacesâ&#x20AC;Ś Below is a steadfastly designer creation, with a fireplace is contained in a custom receptacle module. This solution makes it

possible to adapt the fireplace to individual volumes and configurations. Some surface materials , such as HI-MACSÂŽ are known to be used by the great interior designers. The quality and plastic properties of these materials make it possible to bring the most demanding creations to life, regardless of the limitations. Here, the fireplace serves as a partition, while enjoyed by two separate living areas. For an effect that is less authoritative and more discreet, but is no less elegant, the environmentally friendly ethanol fireplace can be installed anywhere and comes in a wide range of colors and sizes. It can be a piece of furniture, or a decorative object in its own right.

Visit the site: www.himacs.eu

Bioethanol fireplaceâ&#x20AC;Ś Bioethanol is 100% natural agricultural ethanol that gives off no water vapor or carbon dioxide. There's no odor or smoke. Without a firebox or ashes to clean up, they don't require a chimney pipe and burn Bioethanol, which can be easily found in major stores. Wall-mounted fireplaces can be attached easily to a wall or partition using screws and wall anchors. Mobile models that can be placed on the ground are like elegant space heaters, which opens up opportunities for providing the comfort of a fireplace in an apartment without requiring construction or maintenance.

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site: www.directcheminee.fr


PAGE

42 Focus on designers…

Kamini Ezralow

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Interior architect Kamini Ezralow, founder of Ezralow Design, released the first eight pieces from Bronze, her first furniture collection, at the International Furniture Show last year in Milan. At the April show, she exhibited the full collection, releasing eight new pieces to enthusiastic acclaim. The full collection went on display starting July 18 in an exhibition at the WOOD WORK Showroom in Monaco. For the Bronze collection, Kamini Ezralow drew her inspiration not only from the material used as a finish or details on each piece, but also from what this noble material represents: longevity, classicism, tactility, and elegance. Kamini Ezralow launched her first furniture collection, Bronze, in collaboration with the Italian familyowned company, Orsi. Bronze is an homage to traditional Italian art and this expresses contemporary luxury. Orsi is located in the Cabiate region of Italy, a region synonymous with skilled craftsmanship. It is home to metallurgists, scrapmetal merchants, cabinetmakers, wood carvers, bronze smiths, lacquer workers, and specialist upholsterers. Kamini Ezralow consciously sought to create a collection that brings together the talents passed down from generation to generation with the attention for design, believing it is essential to pay homage to art through the idea of luxury today. Visit the site: www.ezralowdesign.com MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


PAGE

44 Focus on designers…

CHARLES TREVELYAN

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Š COURTESY CARPENTERS WORKSHOP GALLERY

Charles Trevelyan was born in Sydney in 1974. After training as a materials engineer and in 3D Design, he moved to London, where he has lived since the 2000s. He designs furniture, and objects inspired by organic growth and by a few major figures from modern sculpture. He also thinks that the functional side is a positive contribution to his vision of the art object. His works are based on a subtle balance between the clean graphic momentum and a dreamlike imagination. He looks for original solutions in order to create objects that inhabit a home with a unique presence.

Visit the site: www.charlestrevelyan.com MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


PAGE

46 Focus on designers…

François de Vecchi

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


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.

is

In 2008, he enrolled in a program 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. He is currently working on a project that was first sketched out in 2011. For this object, he has already managed to attract a French manufacturer and producer.

Visit the site: www.behance.net/fdevecchis MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


PAGE

48 Focus on vintage…

1977

By Carole Derguini

Return to Simplicity Whatever the application, design and decoration reflect an era above all else. It's a snapshot of society at any given moment. Starting in 1977, the euphoria of the early 70s, in terms of morals as well as creativity, gave way to a pragmatic simplicity, embodied in France by a new President, Valéry Giscard d’Estaing, and his cabinet. In all areas of life, it can be said that starting in 1977, the bubbling energies of the early 70s began to be channeled.

Oil crises, a bankrupt world economy, and the end of the anti-establishment era sounded the return to calm and simplicity of forms. On the agenda for the new French government: laws on social security, health-

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11

care, and transportation. With them, the time had come for a return to the sound value of the home and comfort became a priority. Carpet, curtains, and wallpaper dominated, providing enveloping comfort that served as protection from the harsh world outside. It revealed a desire on the consumer's part to appropriate distinctive features, a style. Practical furniture made its way into interiors, made of light pine and particle board, combined with colorful textiles, which fit the era perfectly. Vinyl and new flooring materials brought about more original possibilities.


76

Style and lifestyle On the list of events that changed the everyday lives of the French, the RER, Paris' suburban rail network, the Concorde, the VW Beetle, the Renault 4... The consequence of scientific and political advances, these technical and societal innovations imposed a "high-tech" lifestyle as well as a more neutral decorative atmosphere on France. Internationally, furniture became mass produced with a simple look (kit furniture) spread by the opening of large stores (like Habitat) and by mail order. Starting in 1977, with skyrocketing oil prices and the emergence of environmentalist movements, people turned to better values like wood, with rustic furniture taking the place of honor. Living in, is Living On January 31, 1977, Paris' Georges Pompidou national arts and culture center was opened by ValĂŠry Giscard d'Estaing, in the presence of Prime Minister Raymond Barre, Mrs. Claude Pompidou and many other personalities. This center is one of the most famous French creations, but above all it is representative of two ideologies. It was here that art and

design, integrated in the life of the city resident, met up with the "high tech" movement to take on an esthetic dimension. Thanks to "Beaubourg," the locals' name for the Pompidou center, the name of the movement then began to evoke a style: a technological style materialized by the ostensible arrangement of pipes, nuts, and bolts, meant to glorify the "guts" of architecture. The center's appearance was highly controversial. But the center and its controversial architecture were a big public success. Renzo Piano, one of the project's 3 architects declared that he "had wanted to tear down the image of a cultural building that made people scared. It's the dream of an extraordinarily free relationship between art and people, where you breathe in the city at the same time." In 1977 decorators and designers proposed their innovative vision: new colors, a new approach to materials: brushed steel, stainless, mirror. The designer considers ergonomics, working conditions, rational use of space, multiple functions of furniture.The designer invents a new language and an approach to the real from sociological decoding. Art invites itself and collaborates in everyday life. The end of the 1970s was marked by this cross-disciplinarity, and design became a new method of communication.

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


PAGE

50 Hotel design...

Relais & Ch창teaux

Le Couvent des Minimes Mane en Provence

T h e

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11

of arm church's int great ancient ta window. And th fountain is the relax.


beauty of the Eglise des Minimes comes from the great achitectural purity that marks the transition between Renaissance and Baroque.The facade is especially remarkable, due to its friezes with triglyphs (vertical carved lines) interspersed with rose windows, and its planished coats ms. The architectural perfection of the terior should not make you miss the able altar and the Mary Magdalene he little cloister and its macaroon ideal place to dream and


PAGE

52 Hotel design...

Nestled within the grounds of th rooms and suites, still charged wi bring the site's charm and history to place. Bruno Legrand, an architect s wanted to give the Convent back i various elements built over the ce

White stone dominates throughout, enhanced in the guest rooms by a few pastel colors, plum or myrtle on the walls. The white oak of the furniture, built specially for the hotel, harmonizes with the dual curtains in honey or chocolate, which bring to mind the braid on the velour damask bedspread. Strokes of color are provided by chairs upholstered either in a floral print cloth blending off-white, taupe, brick red, and chocolate, or a striped gray, black, violet, and pink fabric. MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


he Convent, the hotel features 46 ith their history, but redesigned to ogether with the comfort of a special specializing in restoring old buildings, its original spirit and harmonize the enturies.


PAGE

54 Hotel design...

The decoration, inspired by the location, focuses on simplicity and purity. Modernity, combined with a certain spa-

reness, highlights the building's beauty. Luxury and refinement can be found in the quality of the materials.

Strokes of color are provided by chairs upholstered either in a floral print cloth

blending off-white, taupe, brick red, and chocolate, or a striped gray, black, violet, and pink fabric.

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


The "Jardin des Minimes", built in the restanques, or terraced retaining ponds, is a blend of scents, where lavender, beehives, acacias, lemongrass, verbena, and lemon trees live side by side... The first step is to the heart of the aromatic trees and shrubs of Provence, from olive trees to almond trees, from rosemary to lavender, then it's off to the Mediterranean, through argan trees, palm trees, jasmine, artemesia, white myrtleâ&#x20AC;Ś

Ceci est du faux texte et sert d'emplacement pour le futur texte, merci de respecter le nombre de signes. Ceci est du faux texte et sert d'emplacement pour le futur texte, merci de respecter le nombre

Visit the site: www.couventdesminimes-hotelspa.com


PAGE

56 Design trend... Designer architect's desk from www.atylia.com Buy the product

Shayk Pendant Lamp, Artecnica from www.designers-avenue.com

Buy the product

Those objects that 90x190 camper bed Mathy by Bois from www.bambinsdeco.com Buy the product

Table gnomes - Salt & Pepper shakers Dejeuner sur l'Herbe from www.madzelle.com Buy the product

Cubics S1 white shelving unit from www.factorydeco.com Buy the product

LADY CHIAVARI trestle from www.kraft-decoline.com MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11

Buy the product


Design trend...

57

Egg-shape shrimp and gorgonia aquarium - Bioglobe from www.naturellement-deco.com

Buy the product

Buy the product

Squeezzy blue citrus juicer Pylones from www.keladeco.com Buy the product

make Design! 1 to 5 column delta shelving unit in wood, reversible, flat lacquering TemaHome Design from www.my-deco-shop.com Buy the product

Natural water hyacinth and rattan couch and Unbleached cushions 162x76x82cm from www.jardindeco.com Buy the product Gol designer Tabletop foosball set from www.innovmania.com Buy the product Rolling filtered blinds Noppe, white from www.madeco.fr Buy the product

Vertigo Hanging Lamp Petite Friture from www.boutique.deco-interieure.com

Buy the product MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11

PAGE

CELATO 160 cm, chest of 9 drawers, Acid-etched steel, by Castelli from www.joosdecodesign.com


PAGE

58

GARDENPL ANNER For

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

Sow…  • lamb's lettuce, lettuce, mesclun, turnips, radishes, beets, chervil, courgettes, • sweet william, wallflowers, gypsophilia, and sweet peas, Iceland poppies .

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

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

DIVIDE… • fuchsias, geraniums, roses, and honeysuckle by taking cuttings, • irises and primroses by division, • trees and shrubs by taking cuttings (yews, arborvitae, hydrangeas, holly…), • rhubarb by dividing the feet, • Japanese quince, maples, and lilacs by grafting.

© Jardiland

ENTRETENEZ … • dahlias, hollyhocks, and gladioli by staking them, • vines: pinch, disbud, and spray, • the lawn: water, fertilize, space out mowings, • the vegetable garden: water, hoe and weed, • greenhouses, frames, and tunnels: aerate.

© Jardiland


Š Jardiland

FOR MORE INFO

Click here to visit the site: www.jardiland.com


PAGE

LivingStairways... Rooms 60

Fireplaces & Wood Stoves

Hotel Design

Objects

in Style

By Carole Derguini

Between two floorsâ&#x20AC;Ś

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11

Stairways


Offices

Pool Shelters

Crazy

Free

about Design

Subscription

Luxury

A structural construction element, and ornamental asset for the home, stairways should fulfill this dual function. In order to adapt to the home's configuration, as well as the demands of its occupants, there are many custom solutions, like the self-supporting staircase. This suspended model in wood is both contemporary, designer, and warm.

Visit the site: www.treppenmeister.com/de


PAGE

62 Stairways...

Custom form and movement... The contemporary stairway, whether it is in a simple form, like a quarter spiral, or more complex like a stairway with a central shaft offer multiple combinations with materials such as glass, metal, stainless steel, wood, or composite materials. Without banisters or railings, a simple straight line and the stairway become an architectural work of art. At Stepdesign, he brings together the sky and Earth in a diagonal, he invents modern and organic with an assertive design, he exposes himself in the invisibility of the stair attachments, or the faded colors in

the lighting of glass steps. The creation provides an unreal sensation, walking in weightlessness. In a more restricted space, curved stairways, unlike spiral staircases, don't revolve around a central axis. They can elegantly follow a an arched wall or rise majestically in the middle of a room. Secure thanks to its sturdy railing, the handrail gudes the eye of the person looking at it. Suspended, the curved staircase appears to defy the laws of gravity. Proposed in a combination of wood and metal, it is steadfastly contemporary, while fitting perfectly into a more traditional environment.

Visit the site:www.stepdesign.fr MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site: www.escalier-poupinet.com


PAGE

64 Stairways...

My stairs are all decked out…

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


If your stairs are functional, but need to be renovated, there are new, revolutionary materials available, offering an infinite wealth of possibilities. Here, for example, a white acrylic stone is worked and transformed into hardwood. Thermoplastic and translucent, it lets you play with volumes, shapes, and transparencies.

Visit the site: www.himacs.eu


PAGE

66 Stairways...

Metal Trend: The Die is Cast Long reserved for outdoor staircases due to its durability and resistance to foul weather, metal is moving from the patio to the living room. The outdoor staircase indubitably sets the tone for your residence's facade. In order to highlight it and not create any dissonnance, be sure to create an esthetic unity. In the pure French tradition, the artisanal craftsmanship of artistic ironworking makes it possible to get as close as possible to the style of the existing elements. In order to harmonize with a pergola, glass awning, or old-fashioned veranda, you can reproduce their style for your stairs, babisters, and railings.

Wrought iron is also making an appearance in living rooms. Giving structure to open spaces, the metal staircase is becoming a decorative element in its own right. Since steel makes it solid as a rock, it can prove to be an investment over multiple generations. Since metal makes it possible to obtain an architectural refinement that is impossible with wood, it can be molded into infinite models, thus making it possible to design stairways suited to your taste as well as to your room, and therefore to truly optimize your space.

Visit the site: MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11

www.lucien-longueville.com


Visit the site:

www.escalier-conceptdesign.fr


PAGE

68 Stairways...

Connecting living spaces…

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


To open up spaces, create a void in your living room, a light well, or take advantage of a cathedral ceiling, a walkway will expand your interior and bathe it in light. A custom metal structure, you can choose any metal or add wood or glass to suit your taste.

Visit the site: www.ed-ei.fr


PAGE

70 Stairways...

Ornamental and majestic… Once the structure, form, and placement have been chosen, it is then a question of integrating the stairway with its surroundings. If your interior is already very

styled, you then have the option of using an ornamental element from your interior by incorporating materials and motifs used elsewhere in the banisters and railings. If the decor is too plain or neutral, you can give your stairway a majestic look by being highly original. Dacryl® decorative panels in cast acrylic, a high-end, very creative product, make it possible to imbed plants, minerals, textiles in the material and color of your choice, made to order, of course. So why limit yourself, you're the artist, all you have to do is dream it up!

Visit the site:www.dacryl.fr

Bruno GOUBAULT for Bruge Valé With a technical education in aeronautics, Bruno GOUBEAULT is mad about light structures: airplane wings. Lightweight, flexibility, and structural intelligence all form his credo. He then discovered the many applications in direct line with his technical knowledge, His first career, as a dancer, enabled him to develop his sensitivity, balance, and esthetic. His intensified vision of space enabled him, in 2005, to surprise the world with his original approach to the stairway: lightness and movement come together, with the steps articulating as in a choreography. "Thinking differently about stairs, being the choreographer, with the steps of the stairway guiding each of our footsteps"

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site: www.brugevale.com


PAGE

Living Rooms 72 Offices...

Fireplaces & Wood Stoves

Hotel Design

Objects

in Style

Stairways

By Eglantine Bremond

Offices: A new source of in MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Offices

Pool Shelters

Crazy

Free

about Design

Subscription

Luxury

In 2013, offices are meant to inspire. They restore the body's role in the creative process. Textured, with changing forms and composite materials, they call upon the senses and intuition. Sit down comfortably and let yourself be carried away by your new, dawning creativityâ&#x20AC;Ś

nspirationâ&#x20AC;Ś Visit the site: www.huelsta.fr


PAGE

74 Offices...

The height of creativity… Creativity feeds on discussions, experiences, agreements, and disagreements. Fed by the alternation of solitude and group dynamic, inspiration moves forward, to solidify the biggest of projects. The ergonomics of current offices seek this movement, promote interactions, the mobility of bodies, coming together, and isolation. The "Mega Design" storage system by Huelsta, simple and functional, is modular and can be adapted to any environment. It offers individual workspaces, facing the same direction, to work alone or in a group. The desk surface is immaculate, clean, like a blank page where anything is possible.

The "conference" table and chairs by Coalesse advocate collective energy. In the center, the ultra-thin desk surface combines a stable, rectangular shape with rounded corners that facilitate the circularity of exchanges. The "lounge" chairs, lower and slung back more than ordinary office chairs, in a fluid netting, is somewhere between an office chair and living room chair. In a comfortable position to dream, or leaning forward to create, movement is facilitated, inventiveness circulates, from one person to another, with ease.

Visit the site: www.coalesse.fr MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site:www.flou.it


PAGE

76 Offices...

Infinite possibilities…

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Materials can be combined endlessly, blending textures and forms with unbridled creativity. The desk is oak, steel, and leather from Flou, the table and chairs combine wood, metal, glass, and polycarbonate from Calligaris, for a new style, one of all the alternatives.

Visit the site: www.calligaris.it


PAGE

78 Offices...

Bodily osmosisâ&#x20AC;Ś Ergonomists, psychologists, specialists in proxemics, and practitioners of feng shui, all agree that our surroundings have an impact on our actions and thoughts. Since a British manager was able to give a new boost to his team, and keep his job in the process, simply by soundproofing the meeting room, designers and architects have been working hard to create spaces and furniture that promote the expression of skills and creativity. The body, in particular, is mobilized in the capacity for concentration and the expression of intuition, the quest for the big idea. A comfortable position, a work surface that awakens the senses, and harmonious lines

that give fluidity to ideas, while a restricted space or a busy nook will limit inspiration. The multitude of styles and materials let everyone find the office that will promote their pleasure and desire for action. The "AndrĂŠe" table, from the "Puzzle" collection by Hi-macs, playing with the infinite possibilities of acrylic stone, offers a free vision of the work space. Everything in it is modular. It's up to you to move the pieces of your future. Contemporary dreamers, you will be enchanted by the colorful sheet metal desk by Tolix. Inspired by old school desks, light, ethereal, it guides your thoughts to imaginary lands.

Visit the site: MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11

www.himacs.eu


Visit the site:

www.tolix.fr


PAGE

80 Offices...

Sensual simplicity…

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


To promote intellectual work, you have to pamper the body. Fine materials, sensual feels, free space, they all help to stimulate thought, in this new creative space. From La Redoute, the clean, raw wood of a desk built like a farmhouse table, solid and relaxing, is accompanied by a fur-lined chair.

Visit the site: www.laredoute.fr


PAGE

82 Offices...

In the company of musesâ&#x20AC;Ś Muses, initially the "middleman" between creators and God, are now finding a place in decoration. Your hand glides over the

leather or steel of the work surface, the fabric caresses your eye, your body moves wherever the mind takes it, the surroundings cast a spell on the resident. Designers are placing themselves at your service to design offices that combine comfort, diversity, and customization. That way, everyone can find their ideal workspace, understated or stylish. The diversity of materials can be found in trendy creations as much as in those with a hint of the past. From Mise en Demeure, the classic spirit is updated with materials and forms that preserve the furniture's comfort and solidity, much to our delight.

Visit the site: www.misendemeure.com

Essential storage solutionsâ&#x20AC;Ś The most beautiful and ergonomic desks will lose their value if they are buried in a stack of files. Ideas are clear when you work on a clean desk. Storage space is an essential accessory in the workspace. Modular, customizable, storage solutions can be adapted to any environment or need. The Cache-Cache bookcase by Wadebe, provides you with elegant storage space, whether you want to display or conceal your belongings. Composed of filing spaces that can be combined, in different colors, it allows you to let your imagination run wild. MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site:www.wadebe.com


PAGE

Fireplaces & Wood LivingPool Rooms 84 Shelters & Covers… Stoves

Hotel Design

Objects

in Style

Stairways

By Mirana Rajaobelina

Pool shelters, more than just a cover…

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Pool Shelters

Crazy

Free

about Design

Subscription

Luxury

Certainly the least-expensive pool covers on the market, tarps are still a sound value when it comes to protecting your pool from bad weather, but now is the time for design and the search for a multifunction shelter that lets you use the space in a different way.

Š Stephane Grossin

Offices

Visit the site:

www.akenaverandas.com


PAGE

86 Pool Shelters & Coversâ&#x20AC;Ś

When pool shelters transform into living spacesâ&#x20AC;Ś Given the choice, our swimming pool would always be outside, in order to take full advantage of the sun and nice weather. Unfortunately, this is not possible all year-round. That's why pool shelters were invented, to protect the pool from bad weather when it's not being used. A good shelter should ensure both safety and longevity of the pool in any season. These days, it is possible to enjoy your pool any time, thanks to the latest designer shelters, integrated directly with the house.

Having an indoor pool that opens up to the outside is now possible thanks to the convertible awning. Its glass walls can be opened in a few seconds to take advantage of the sun, or remain closed so you can swim anytime, while enjoying an unrestricted view of the yard. The wall shelter is another concept that is like an addition to your residence. The pool is outside, but is attached to it by an awning, which also serves as a shelter.

Visit the site: www.eccreation.fr MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site: www.importgarden.net


PAGE

88 Pool Shelters & Coversâ&#x20AC;Ś

Different materials for different style

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


esâ&#x20AC;Ś Pool shelters fulfill not just a safety and protection role; they also have an aesthetic function. That's why it is important to choose the

materials based on the style you are going for. Wood or aluminum, glass or polycarbonate, each has its own advantages.

Visit the site:www.abrisud.com


PAGE

90 Pool Shelters & Coversâ&#x20AC;Ś

Which materials should you choose? Appreciated for being lightweight, aluminum is commonly used for pool shelter structures. Easy to assemble, this material is alo long-lasting, because it is highly resistant to impacts, chlorine, and doesn't rust. Aluminum is therefore a wise choice for those who don't always have time to dedicate to pool shelter maintenance. More expensive, wood offers a look that is both authentic and refined. It goes quite well with a wooden pool deck. Since there are so many different wood species available, you can choose your pool shelter based on your budget and your taste. Essential

for keeping the water at a good temperature thanks to the greenhouse effect, glass lets you enjoy natural light in any season. However, it is heavy and also can be broken easily. This is not the case with polycarbonate, a synthetic glass that is popular due to being light and resistant to impacts and bad weather. Another advantage of polycarbonate is that it letts you maintain water quality, while blocking some of the sun's rays. These rays are the reason why algae appears at the bottom of the pool. This material has all the advantages of traditional glass, but without the drawbacks.

Visit the site: MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11

www.abri-piscines.fr


Visit the site:

www.europiscineservices.com


PAGE

92 Pool Shelters & Covers…

Looks and height go hand in h

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


hand...

Short, tall, or in between, pool shelters provide a different style and rendering depending on their height. In any case, we are always looking for comfort, practicality, and looks. Greenhouse-style, telescoping, awning-style, sliding...Manufacturers offer several solutions.

Visit the site:www.abrideal.com


PAGE

94 Pool Shelters & Coversâ&#x20AC;Ś

A tall or short shelter, it's your choice More than a luxury, a pool shelter is first and foremost a necessity. From there, the choice of height and materials depends on the individual budget. Low shelters are less expensive. It can be a tarp, a little greenhouse, or a pool shutter. Their advantage? They cover just what they need to protect the pool from debris and bad weather, while leaving the deck clear. Without the slightest effort, the automatic pool shutter or curtain opens and closes in the blink of an eye.

Significantly more costly, pool shelters offer more possibilities in terms of design and esthetics. Designed like an awning: fixed, telescoping, or semi-telescoping, this shelter type provides an additional living space. In particular, tall shelters let you use the pool practically all year-round. And, since many different materials can be used to make them, there is a pool shelter for almost any budget.

Visit the site: www.verandaconfort.com MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site: www.europiscineservices.com


PAGE

96 Pool Shelters & Covers…

Mobile shelters, a must…

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


There's nothing like enjoying your swimming pool your way. That's the advantage of mobile pool shelters. Sliding, telescoping, or retractable, these structures share all of the features of an awning.

Visit the site: www.verandarideau.com


PAGE

98 Pool Shelters & Coversâ&#x20AC;Ś

So many advantages! Sliding, retractable, and telescoping pool shelters all share one advantage in common: they let you uncover all or part of

the pool, since they are adjustable. Like an awning that is free-standing or flush against the house, they are esthetic, easy to use, and adapted to any height. Flush models are good for pools that form a right angle with the axis of the house.They make it possible to enter the pool area directly from the house. As for freestanding models, they offer all the advantages of an awning but without the drawbacks, and can be opened or closed as you wish.

Visit the site: www.sesamecover.com

And administrative formalities? Unlike short pool shelters, removable shelters, and pool shutters, tall pool shelters require a statement of work, and possibly a building permit, depending on the height and space required for them. This process is still mandatory for awnings larger than 20 m². Free-standing or flush against the house, shelters will change the outside appearance and volume of the home. However, it is possible to avoid the building permit process if the shelter is under 1.80m tall. MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site: www.abris-piscines-octavia.fr


PAGE

100 Artist Portraits…

Ghizlane Lazrak

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Born in 1976, Ghizlane LAZRAK is a young self-taught painter. Since childhood, she has been passionate about artistic activities, with a pronounced interest in drawing and painting. She approaches different techniques like drawing, charcoal, and oil and acrylic paint. Today, Ghizlane LAZRAK is a contemporary artist who doesn't hide her attraction to expressionism and the abstract.Over the course of exhibitions and tests, the visual artist tries to create in her canvases a fascinating world where color is king. "I have a fondness for contemporary painting, expressionist or abstract. As I paint, my paintings make the decision for themselves. This unconscious communication with the canvas, shapes and colors develops an extraordinary energy in me that I try to transmit through my paintings," she explained. And it's an explosion of colors and feelings that the viewer admires in each one of Ghizlane's works. They are daring and each of them harmoniously combine colors and texture.

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


PAGE

102 Artist Portraits…

Yasuyuki Takagi

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Yasuyuki Takagi was born in Tokyo, and he studied photography at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and Koto Bolofo, Elliott Erwitt, and Stefan Ruiz were his primary mentors. Now residing in New York, he has had shows at the Capsule Gallery, the Corridor Gallery, in New York and at the Villa Noailles, in Hyères, France. In addition to his personal work, he conducts editorial shoots for magazines like Brutus, Esquire, GQ, The Telegraph, Wallpaper* and Le Monde M. Exhibition at ARTLIGUE, 9 rue des Arquebusiers, Paris, from September 17 through October 9, 2013

Visit the site:www.artligue.fr MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


PAGE

104 Artist Portraits…

The artists   and their creati Isabelle Joubert Visual Artist Isabelle Joubert is a salvage specialist. All of her creations are composed of magazine clippings. They are patchworks of little scraps of cut or torn paper which, when stuck together, recreate an atmosphere. Her compositions are constructed at the whim of the surprises created by meetings with publications that are as diverse as possible. A word or personality comes up and that's the sign that the work is finished. All these collages project her innermost thoughts, her desires, her lifestyle. They are all steadfastly "green"… Look at and listen to nature.

www.artmajeur.com/isaj

Bernard Moska Painter

www.artmajeur.com/bernard-moska MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11

First drawn to film, fate pushed Bernard Moska toward painting, after a meeting with Bernard Damiano in the heart of old Nice in the 80s. This fan of images tries, through his art, to draw the public toward beauty, les and less present in our society. Bernard Moska refers to himself as a painter of the everyday, he creates his paintings as a look capable of talking to the viewer. Between cubism and Art Brut, this internationally-renowned painter seeks above all else to create an alchemy between the painting and the public..


Vote for your favorite artist...

VOTE NOW

...M comme Maison wants you to go to our Facebook page and vote for the best of the artists in this issue. Being honored this month, are Isabelle Joubert, Bernard Moska, and Samin Ghiasi. Among these 3 talents, which one seems the most original, the most artistic, the most creative, or simply which one most inspires you.

ions... Samin Ghiasi Artist

My name is Samin Ghiasi, I live in London, United Kingdom. I am 26 years old and I am a fashion photographer and digital retouching artist. I created PhotoPillow in my spare time starting in February 2013, and I have gotten a lot of positive feedback, and that really encourages me to keep going! My photos are printed in very high quality on square pillow cases (available in three different sizes), and on fashion trends, and also whatever pleases me in general. I really like to play with colors and shapes. My images are mainly still lifes, or abstract images.

www.givemebanana.com

Visit the site: www.zanotta.it

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


PAGE

106 Starck made …

SLS Miami

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Š Thomas Bilanges

The designer of this newstandard hotel, Philippe Starck chose not to restrict himself to a uniform style. "It is a sophisticated cocktail of poetry, surrealism, fertile surprises, tenderness, and unexpected sculptures. Everywhere you look, there is a surprise, and you can dream your own dream, your own lifeâ&#x20AC;&#x2030;". In short, a subtle blend of creative, original mischievousness.

SLS Miami


PAGE

108 Starck made …

Luxury style and service… The SLS Hotel South Beach is located just 1.6 km from the historic Art Deco district. So it's not by chance that Starck distilled this style in little hints throughout the hotel. Not as a declared style, but rather as a spirit with which the place is imbued, that is found in the precious materials and clean forms. Other stylistic elements from this era, giant decorative panels welcome us, ethnic, animals, and always very beautiful. A bar,

immediately recognizable in the back presenting a photo of a woman's eyes, is an invitation to lounge about. Located next to the Atlantic Ocean and displaying the exotic blend of Latin, Mediterranean, and Caribbean atmospheres, an open-air patio runs from one side of the building to the other, naturally encouraging strolling and giving you a chance to admire the hustle and bustle in the busy street below.

SLS Miami MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


SLS Miami


PAGE

110 Starck made …

Splendor " à la française "…

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


To create the rooms, Philippe Starck channeled the ghost of Madame de Pompadour. The hip, stylish design reflects the sophistication of the old French aristocracy in naughty little winks of the eye, like mirrors on the ceiling. But don't worry, certain liberties were taken to embellish 18th century, using technology as discreet as it is practical.

SLS Miami


PAGE

112 Starck made …

Charm, it can't be explained… Let yourself be surprised by a casual dining room, red velvet curtains, dark bistro chairs and, the most striking characteristic conceived by a Spanish artist : the head of a bull watching over the tables. Wander further into the building, and you will come across a hallway with a kitchen that is open on both sides, before being greeted by a hostess who will lead you into "the Bazaar," the main dining room. Starck designed it to evoke the reassuring comfort of Grandma's house. Old framed photos on the tables

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11

and shelves, acid yellow walls and, hanging over the tables, a majestic white chandelier encrusted with tiny seashells presiding over the room. The art of the unexpected, with a great sense of harmony, that's the secret of this very special place. For a meal in one of the restaurants or a drink in your room, luxury is hidden in the details, the fine materials, the crystal, marble, silver, all the objects are deliberately elegant and precious... but is it not from the bottle that the quality of the intoxication comes from?

SLS Miami


SLS Miami


PAGE

114 Starck made …

Something beautiful is on the way…

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


With its many patios, enabling guests to enjoy the climate and atmosphere so particular to Miami Beach, Philippe Starck takes his guests on a dream voyage by the seashore, where Latin America, Asia, and the Mediterranean are fused in an Art Deco-inspired, contemporary design. With soft colors and vertical lines, abstract patterns and flat roofs, the SLS Miami Beach is a very Starck interpretation of the Tropical Deco style. For this exceptional hotel, design, cuisine, and service are the products of personalities known the world over for their creativity. From the minds of Sam Nazarian, Philippe Starck, chef JosĂŠ AndrĂŠs, and Lenny Kravitz, comes a surreal luxury boutique hotel. Through its overall design, Philippe Starck invites us to enjoy a highly intuitive and personalized experience, combining elegance and typically offbeat French humor.

SLS Miami


PAGE

& Wood LivingIndoor RoomspoolsFireplaces 116 and spas... Stoves

Hotel Design

Objects

in Style

Stairways

By Mirana Rajaobelina

Indoor pools and spas: a luxury that is becomi

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Offices

Pool Shelters

Crazy

Free

about Design

Subscription

Luxury

: ing more accessibleâ&#x20AC;Ś

Giving yourself a spa break at home, that's what indoor spas and pools provide. An invitation to get away and relax, these indoor pools have what it takes to lure you in, and symbolize luxury.

Visit the site: www.esprit-piscine.fr


PAGE

118 Indoor pools and spas...

A step toward well-beingâ&#x20AC;Ś Having an indoor pool or spa was once a luxury. Things have changed, and thanks to a wide selection, there is something for every budget. It's a real investment, but the return on investment in terms of benefits is worth it. These new well-being spaces wonderfully combine intimacy and conviviality.

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site:www.europiscineservices.com


PAGE

120 Indoor pools and spas...

Enjoy hydrotherapy at homeâ&#x20AC;Ś Having a spa at home is the best! No more having to go to an aquatic center to relax. The simplest thing is probably to install a whirlpool bath in order to enjoy the benefits of the water, get back into shape and well-being. Heated to between 37 and 40°C, the water brings absolute relaxation. The spa has relaxing qualities, and health benefits. The massage provided by the whirlpool bath us beneficial for blood circulation and disorders tied to stress. Additionally, the water temperature is ideal for soothing back pains. And to take your quest for well-being one step

further, you can easily add a few drops of essential oil to the water. How does it work?The hot tub has a water jet and airbubble system, which is why the swirling waters provide immediate relaxation. The release of bubbles can be reduced or intensified by varying the air pressure, changing the massaging effect. Water in the hydromassage tub us constantly filtered in order to remove impurities and have a real, beneficial effect on your health. In the end, even toxins are removed and your skin is improved. So many benefits in store!

Visit the site: MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11

www.exteta.it


Visit the site:

www.inbeca.com


PAGE

122 Indoor pools and spas...

The spa, a social space…

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


In addition to well-being, indoor spas and pools are also a factor in social interaction. Like in the days of Roman baths, it is nice to share moments of relaxation with friends and loved ones to develop your social life. In addition to taking care of yourself, you can then create the atmosphere you want.

Visit the site:www.europe-spa.fr


PAGE

124 Indoor pools and spas...

Spas for all stylesâ&#x20AC;Ś Indoor spas add a touch of luxury to any residence. Thanks to the variety of materials used to design the space and the variety of functions offered in the tubs themselves, today's spas are adapted to different styles: modern, contemporary, stylish, etc. Both natural and warm, wood is a material that lets you combine authentic ambiance and elegant style. For a cleaner, thoroughly stylish look, granite or polished concrete walls and floors evoke the re-

finement of the finest hotels and spas. Installed in an island in the middle of the room, the spa becomes a real design concept that can offer a maximum of comfort, equipped with headrests, audio systems, and an ambiant lighting system. If you have more space, you can build an awning to shelter a spa and an indoor pool. The advantage is being able to take advantage of the natural light, while enjoying an unrestricted view.

Visit the site:www.aquaviaspa.com MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site: www.marlux-france.com


PAGE

126 Indoor pools and spas...

Custom, a sound value…

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Because we don't all have the same size houses, it is always better to go with a custom spa or swimming pool. In addition to choosing the dimensions of your pool or hot tub, you can also choose the basin color, filtration system, functions, and optional equipment.

Visit the site: www.zucchettikos.com


PAGE

128 Indoor pools and spas...

Installing a spa in a small spaceâ&#x20AC;Ś Regardless of how much space you have available, there are always solutions for enjoying an indoor spa or pool in your home.

For small spaces, it is completely possible to install a spa in the bathroom. This space will then be dedicated to getting ready in the morning, relaxation, and well-being. What's more, privacy is guaranteed. So as not to monopolize all the space, the ideal solution is to install an angled tub. After that, everything is a question of decoration and lighting. For the flooring and wall covering, it is preferable to choose materials that mimic wood or stone. And to create a filtered, relaxing ambiance, opt for mood lighting..

Visit the site:www.nordiquefrance.com

Chromatherapy, a bonus to give youselfâ&#x20AC;Ś A massage session in the tub can provide psychological and emotional benefits when combine with chromatherapy. With just a click, you can activate underwater spotlights built into the tub. Like a rainbow, these spotlights can give off multiple colors, that you can choose as you wish or as the mood dictates. Keep in mind that colors have an emotional influence, and we tend to associate a color with a particular state. Green for finding balance, blue for calm and serenity, red to boost your energy, and orange for a moment of happiness. It's enough to transform a spa session into an original experience! MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site: www.softub.fr


PAGE

130 Design shorts...

They took the chance... The grandfather clock revisited… Sylvain Delapré, a clockmaker specializing in mechanism repair, designs and manufactures contemporary clocks and grandfather clocks, each one unique, from new or existing mechanisms (salvaged from a family clock, for example). In the late 19th, century, the grandfather clock, originating in the Franche Comté region, made its appearance in homes and was a great success. Today, its tall shape and rustic style are no longer in line with current decoration trends, but the memories it evokes gives it a sentimental value. Originally, Sylvain Delapré repaired mechanisms. Then, from mechanisms he moved on to creation, in order to give new home interiors clocks and grandfather clocks that have been updated to current tastes and to maintain a part of French heritage and culture. For example, in his latest creation, he built a totally new face for an existing grandfather clock mechanism. The hands were cut by laser, the case made from glass, like a display box, giving life to the mechanism with its transparency. The lower part is in welded tube, with patina, making the clock dominate the living room. www.heure-creation.fr

Cubit! Cubit offers a choice of 25 modules in 8 depths and 17 colors plus a wood veneer, which are perfectly suited to all standard CD formats, books of all sizes, DVDs, vinyl, magazines, and files. All Cubits are built from MDF (medium density fiberboard) then hand coated with several layers of lacquer. The satiny lacquer gives Cubit a modern, timeless appearance.

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site: www.zanotta.it


PAGE

132 Crazy about design...

Punta Piedras, Punta del Este, Uruguay Architects: Martin Gomez

We are staying, as summer wanes, in Punta Piedras, Uruguay, Punta des Este at PSICOMAGIA, a 300 square meter contemporary constructiob, built facing the Atlantic Ocean, by architect Martin Gomez.

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11

Photos: Ezequiel Escalante


The construction is composed of two blocks, built one facing the other, connected via the ground floor, a patio designed to be an area of transition, dialogue between the volumes.

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


PAGE

134 Crazy about design...

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Psicomagia is the name Chilean writer Alejandro Jodorowsky gave to a spiritual healing technique that has its roots in shamanism, psychoanalysis, and the theater. The name fits this spectacular luxury home like a glove, with its huge pool, its many patios, and its retro-inspired silhouette.

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


PAGE

136 Crazy about design...

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Three rooms are located on the ground floor, so the top floor can be dedicated to common areas and amenities. The lounge includes an American-style kitchen and leads to the living area bordered by a bar.

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


PAGE

138 Crazy about design...

The service area is a closed, heavy block opening onto Ruta 10, and the living area is more open and transparent, with a glass facade that enables fluid communication with the outside, allowing for the best views of the patio, gardens, and the ocean.

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


The patio decorated and equipped with several wood pergolas, to create a variety of spaces and add a tropical, colonial touch.

Visit the site:

www.martingomezarquitectos.com

Have you transformed a room in your apartment or home, or even the whole thing? Send in your photos, and the best ones will be published in the magazine.

To send in your photos click here

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


PAGE

140 McommeMaison Subscriptions

Fill up on good design ideas with with MCOMMEMAISON ...

Subscribe for free! Receive each month by email the latest issue of your webzine McommeMaison Édition Française

N° 4 - octobre 2012

PREMIER WEBZINE INTERACTIF DE DECO GRATUIT

La cheminée d'aujourd'hui…

Recevez chaque mois le nouveau M comme Maison dans votre boîte mail

ABONNEMENT

Salon : retour

au naturel

Lumière sur

les fenêtres Ma piscine

à l'abri

PASS MCM nS

réduCtiO -5% Obtenez des sur les sites web -10% es. de nos partenair -15% N -20% MCOMMEMAISO

Nouvelle rubrique : la déco des hôtels

Encore plus de réductions Rejoignez-nous sur…

Édition Française

N° 5 - novembre 2012

PREMIER WEBZINE INTERACTIF DE DECO GRATUIT

Recevez chaque mois le nouveau M comme Maison dans votre boîte mail

La chambre Lumière sur

votre intérieur

Design et bien-être

à la source

Nouvelle rubrique : la déco des hôtels

nS

réduCtiO -5% Obtenez des sur les sites web -10% es. de nos partenair -15% N -20% MCOMMEMAISO

Rejoignez-nous sur…

Click here to subscribe free of charge

ABONNEMENT

PASS MCM Encore plus de réductions

Riad Charlott'

à Marrakech

Piscine intérieure : jetez-vous à l'eau ! La Pause

à Marrakech

D I D YOU M I S S A N I S S UE ?

All back issues of our webzine are available free of charge at our site:

www.mcommemaison.com In accordance with the French Computers and Freedoms Law of 6 January 1978, you have a right to access, correction, opposition, or deletion of data regarding you.

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site: www.senscollection.com


PAGE

142 Luxury...

Cannes

New villa in Cannes Eden with a striking view of the Bay of Cannes and Cap d´Antibes. Usable area of the home is 350 m2. There is a large swimming pool. Bordering the property, there is a protected green space, where building is prohibited, partially developed as a park. Contemporary design by a renowned architect. Vast patio with a panoramic view of the sea, possibility of developing it to suit you. The villa is composed as follows: 4 bedrooms (possible to create a 5th room), living room, dining room, with American-style kitchen..

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

FOR MORE INFO

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 8

Click here to visit the site: www.casa-nobile.com


143

Cannes

Exclusive listing!!! A magnificent villa situated in the hills of Californie, Cannes, completely renovated in 2012 with quality appointments, on a perfectly flat lot. Superb view of the sea. The villa is composed of: a vast living room, library with fireplace, full kitchen opening onto a patio, 5 bedrooms, 4 baths. 316 m2 of inhabitable space on a 1600 m2 lot.

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

FOR MORE INFO

Click here to visit the site: www.casa-nobile.com

PAGE

Luxury...


PAGE

144 Luxury...

Cannes

This villa has been renovated and completely refurbished with taste and high standing furniture. With its elevated position within 5 min drive from Croisette and 5 min drive from the highway, the villa is ideally located. On a land of 3 000 sq m with heated swimming pool and petanque court is located a new renovated villa of 400 sq m including 5 bedrooms and an independent studio with 2 bedrooms. Each bedroom offers a beautiful sea view. All bedrooms are air conditioned. Fitness room with audio and video system + flat screen Garage, parking spaces: 3 inside and 2 outside Outdoor wi-fi equipment, fully equipped outdoor kitchen with Weber barbecue and plancha.

130 rue dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Antibes - Riviera Palace - 06400 CANNES - France Tel.: +33 (0)4 97 69 96 40 - Fax: + 33 (0)4 93 99 79 48 email: nathalie@bordesandson.com

FOR MORE INFO

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 8

Click here to visit the site: www.bordesandson.com


145

Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat

Superb villa in a classical and Provencal style in a semi-circular shape giving certain originality to each room, with a living surface of approx. 600 sq m, in an exceptional location overlooking the bay of Villefranche, only a few minutes from the beach. Very lovely sunlight facing south-west. A lot of approx. 2,000 sq m with lawns, beautifully laid out with trees, enjoying three independent entrances. Built on three floors, the villa offers a Master bedroom with bathroom and access to the large terrace with sea view, two more bedrooms with shower rooms. Vast apartment leading out directly to the pool, with large lounge / dining room, study or bedroom. Independent guardianâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s apartment with sea view. Huge oval pool surrounded by terraces and lawns. Two large garages below the villa + parking spaces. Ref. 1908.

130 rue dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Antibes - Riviera Palace - 06400 CANNES - France Tel.: +33 (0)4 97 69 96 40 - Fax: + 33 (0)4 93 99 79 48 email: nathalie@bordesandson.com

FOR MORE INFO

Click here to visit the site: www.bordesandson.com

PAGE

Luxury...


PAGE

146 Luxury...

Eze

Contemporary Villa in Éze - 10 min from Monaco Magnificent, contemporary villa with absolutely exceptional views of the picturesque village of Eze, Cap Ferrat, Cap de Nice, the Baie des Anges, Cap d'Antibes, the Lérins Islands and the region of Saint-Tropez. On 3 levels, it offers a very lovely living space, as well as 5 bedrooms, each with their own bathroom or shower room. Pool-house with a very wellequipped outdoor kitchen, 2 entrances with automatic gates and 6 to 7 parking spaces. Ref : MZISJ186 Price: Contact us

1330, Boulevard Napoléon III - Pont St Jean - 06230 VILLEFRANCHE SUR MER - France Tel. : +33 (0)4 93 88 99 99 email: capferrat@michaelzingraf.com

FOR MORE INFO

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 8

Click here to visit the site: www.michaelzingraf.com


147

Cannes

CENTRAL CROISETTE - PENTHOUSE Exceptional, ideally located in the heart of the Croisette, in a beautiful, guarded building, a splendid corner apartment 168â&#x20AC;&#x2030;m2 (under the Carrez Act), very bright, with an extraordinary view of the Bay of Cannes. It is made up of a large, corner living room, a large, fully-equipped kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, one shower room, an immense, 157 m2 patio and 4 garages. Concierge. Ref : MZICA2481 Price: Contact us

34, boulevard de la Croisette - 06400 CANNES - France Tel. : +33 (0)4 93 39 77 77 email: cannes@michaelzingraf.com

FOR MORE INFO

Click here to visit the site: www.michaelzingraf.com

PAGE

Luxury...


PAGE

148 Luxury...

Eygalières

Set in an exceptional environment, only 5 km from the village centre, this beautiful refurbished mas offers 530 sq m of living space and provides a large fully equipped kitchen with dining space, drawing room with fireplace, TV lounge, library, 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and a dormitory for 4 children. Guest house (kitchen, living room, bedroom, bathroom). Parkland of 3 ha with many trees, fountain and basin. Swimming pool 16 x 7 m, pool house with barbecue. Outstanding views of the Alpilles. Ref. V01271

Impasse de la Vieille Fontaine - 13810 EYGALIERES - France Tel.: +33 (0)4 90 95 99 41 - Fax: + +33 (0)4 90 90 60 19

FOR MORE INFO

MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 8

Click here to visit the site: www.valancognepartners.com


149

Eygalières

Close to the village centre of Eygalieres, this beautiful sheepfold has enjoyed a fine renovation. It has 405 sq m of living space with 7 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 3 living rooms. Light and airy rooms. 2.8 ha of land with gardens created by a renowned landscaper. Heated swimming pool and pool-house. Tennis court with synthetic lawn. Beautiful views of the Alpilles. Ref. V01233

Impasse de la Vieille Fontaine - 13810 EYGALIERES - France Tel.: +33 (0)4 90 95 99 41 - Fax: + +33 (0)4 90 90 60 19

FOR MORE INFO

Click here to visit the site: www.valancognepartners.com

PAGE

Luxury...


PAGE

150

Good web tips from the editors..

PREMIER MAGAZINE CROSS-MEDIAS DE DECO GRATUIT

Click on the modules to visit the partner sites directly.

InnovMania.com is THE e-commerce site dedicated to decorative/ design objects and original gifts, for men and women of all ages, and children too.

Naturellement dĂŠco offers you a selection of original, unique design objects to create a friendly, natural atmosphere in your home.

Original and colorful, keladeco.com offers you many gift ideas and a whole range of design objects to give a new look to your interior at a low price.

The reference in design furnishings and decoration at the best prices online. Over 3,000 quality models, with unique design for a 100% designer home.

10zign is the design store that offers you a selection of furniture and objects dedicated to design for the home and garden at low prices.

An online decoration Kraft-Decoline selects items from renowned designers.The catalogue proposes lights, furniture, wall decorations, textiles, as well as items related to decoration.

store,

FOR MORE INFO â&#x2030;¤

www.mcommemaison.com MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Jardindéco.com, the online specialist in interior and exterior layout and design. Go now to Jardindéco.com, the generator of all your desires.

Specializing in indoor blinds, Madeco invites you to explore its entire range of ready-to-install and custom blinds. Demand quality design at the best price.

Decotaime is aimed at people who want to make their interior a unique, personal place. No matter what your style, There are over 100,000 products to suit your every desire.

Déco à Coeur, a store for design, retro, cozy, charming, and country objects.

Do you want to share with us a good tip found Website dedicated to 100% designer products. Here you will find designer objects, decorations, and designer lamps. Large selection, original ideas for women and men.

online? Don't hesitate to email it to us at the following address: presse@mcmwebzine.fr

FOR MORE INFO ≤

www.mcommemaison.com

PAGE

Good web tips from the editors...

151


PAGE

152

Good web tips from the editors..

PREMIER MAGAZINE CROSS-MEDIAS DE DECO GRATUIT

Click on the modules to visit the partner sites directly.

An online store dedicated to the world of design, entertaining, and cooking, Madzelle is innovative through its positioning as an "ultraspecialized generalist".

Founded in 2006, Bambins DĂŠco is the number one site online for furniture, decorations, and bed linens for nurseries and children's rooms.

A specialist in decoration and furnishing: in grouped purchases or in stock, find design at factory prices with FactoryDeco.

T h e Re n d e z -Vo u s Design store offers the biggestnamesindesign: Vitra, Kartell, Pylones, Fatboy, Artemide, Gervasoni, Alessi... and many more!

Do you want to share with us a good tip found online? With creativity and experience, we shape stainless steel in order to give it pure, functional lines.Each piece thus becomes a genuine Design object.

Don't hesitate to email it to us at the following address: presse@mcmwebzine.fr

FOR MORE INFO â&#x2030;¤

www.mcommemaison.com MCOMMEMAISON INTERACTIVE - No. 11


Visit the site:

PAGE

153

www.madeco.fr


Visit the site: www.designers-avenue.com

Profile for Yanchukk Maryana

Mcommemaison%20%2311%20sept oct%202013%20english  

Mcommemaison%20%2311%20sept oct%202013%20english  

Advertisement