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Mathieu Lehanneur delights in developing beautiful projects that are meant to captivate and promote happiness. His work transcends categorizations such as ‘design, “science,’ and ‘art.’
Lehanneur, who was born in 1974, takes a multi-disciplinary approach to creation. Through his investigation of new technology, he has pushed the boundaries of distinctive and modern design throughout his career. As a renowned designer, he emphasizes his curiosity with the liquid condition of materials, and he is known for producing one-of-a-kind furniture pieces employing marble and bronze. Each modern furniture and fine art piece by Mathieu Lehanneur explores the seamless transition between these two states of matter, with tables and seats that play with the balance between the geometric and the organic.
See also: Modern Sofa Design by Studio Munge
He is the ‘champion of intellectual agility in the area of modern design,’ according to Paola Antonelli, Senior Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, MoMA-NY. He was named one of the ‘100 World top designers and influencers’ by Wallpaper* and Surface magazines. The works of Mathieu Lehanneur may be found in a number of prestigious public and private collections, including the MoMA-NY and MoMA San Francisco, as well as the Pompidou Centre and the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris.
With a view over the city that never sleeps, this living room has unique decorative elements, from the carpet, coffee table and sofa with modern lines. A mix of simplicity and boldness.
In association with the minimalist sofa, the second sofa with wool coverings brings different textures and comfort to the living room.
” This corpus of signs is a universal language: these are the first ideograms of civilisation. They do not belong to a specific era or location, they belong to humanity. “ ML
With a design in neutral and tranquil colours, this design is the perfect mix between various trends and eras, creating a timeless design.
“I wanted to combine the sophistication of those who know the beauty of things and the simplicity of those who do not need anything anymore. If I were to withdraw from the world today, from its agitation and its fury, this is where I would live. This would be my last known home …” ML
All the typical details of a Parisian flat, from the, worked walls and the characteristic floorings, the combination of modern elements makes this house a unique place, and for the artist the perfect home.
writen by Mariana Alves