Discover "Le salon de musique", the space designed by Stéphane Parmentier for the tenth edition of the AD Interiors exhibition.
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On the occasion of the tenth edition of the AD Interiors exhibition, designer Stéphane Parmentier has entrusted our workshops with the development of his space entitled "Le salon de musique".
For this exhibition, the space imagined by Stéphane Parmentier was designed in a spirit of sharing, conviviality, but above all around music, a theme that is dear to him personally.
"Le salon de musique of the last AD Intérieurs exhibition was built around a giant suspended speaker, called the neutron, which diffuses a Frédéric Sanchez’s sound signature. It is with a strong will to sophistication and surprise, that we have used materials considered as raw materials such as bronze or lime that contrast with more sensual coatings for the seats or walls (mohair or suede velvet).
As a leitmotif, a dialogue is established with Art, this time ancient and contemporary. This space oscillates between intimacy and greatness, masculine and feminine, classicism and our time." - AD Magazine.
Around this huge black sphere serving as a speaker, two club chairs manufactured by our upholsterers and inspired by the 1930s decorate the room.
Our artisans also designed the seats made up of mattresses and bolsters that rest on the terraces reminiscent of the Roman Arena, where the public could relax to the sound of the central speaker.
Photos taken by © Matthieu Salvaing
Stéphane Parmentier's portrait taken by © Derek Hudson