Discover the Parisian pied-à-terre decorated by interior designer Stewart Manger.
"It was a very successful collaboration! We worked together to create a comfortable and stylish interior. It was a smooth working relationship. I look forward to working with Jouffre on other projects. My clients demanded excellence and Jouffre delivered perfection."> Visit website
After London, New York, Manhattan and the Hamptons, Stewart Manger decided to work his magic in Paris and express his artistic creativity once again.
Located in the sixth arrondissement on the Left Bank, this new project was initiated by a London couple who fell in love with a typically Parisian apartment. For the renovation of this pied-à-terre in the heart of the French capital, the couple had only one wish: to call upon the talented Stewart Manger, whom they had trusted several times before.
Featuring spacious rooms and dizzying ceilings, this residence is brimming with works of art, proof of its occupants' passion for beautiful things and crafts.
Jouffre craftsmen were also chosen once again by Stewart Manger to design several projects imagined by the interior designer for the interior of this apartment.
In the living room, Jouffre upholsterers worked on a large brown sofa covered with a moon silk fabric by Lauren Hwang, as well as a generously proportioned white armchair. In the centre of the room are two tables accompanied by nine chairs, all carefully designed by Jouffre. All the furniture in the room rests on a huge carpet by Beauvais Carpets, and the neutral tones of the living room underline and highlight a painting by German artist Gerhard Richter.
On the kitchen side, the high chairs placed around the central marble island were made by Jouffre upholsterers using a fabric from Toyine Sellers. The curtains, matching the light fixture above the central island, were also made by Jouffre in a wool and woven cotton fabric by Dedar.
As for the apartment’s library, it brings numerous works to life including still life by Pablo Picasso and a ceramic sculpture by Kate Malone.
Next to the side table made by Patrice Dangel is a cream colored sofa with two armchairs upholstered in the same fabric reference. These three creations were hand crafted by the Jouffre artisans, as were the light curtains that cover the bookshop window, custom embroidered to size.
The bathroom of the Parisian pied-à-terre allows you to admire the remarkable work of Pietro Seminelli, renowned for his unique plastic reflection on the art of folding, who created the blinds of the room using an exceptional folding process. The blue chair that goes with the dressing table in the bathroom was designed by Jouffre as well.
This residence is synonymous with elegance. The master bedroom of the apartment could not dispute this fact, as evidenced by the luxurious decorative hand painted wallpaper by Gournay which decorates the walls of the room. The bed, designed by Stewart Manger, was engineered and upholstered by Jouffre who also manufactured the little sofa located in front of the window and the curtains of the room made in a Lauren Hwang fabric.
Photos taken by © Fritz von der Schulenburg