The iconic French Luxury Furniture Brand Roche Bobois has introduced the Paris Paname Collection designed by Bruno Moinard as his Autumn Winter Collection for 2017. For the first time, Roche Bobois’s Nouveaux Classiques collection gives free reign to the very talented interior architect Bruno Moinard, who embodies both the savoir-faire and the French art de vivre that symbolizes the brand.
This beautiful collection allows the combination of different forms and materials that mix clean lines with sensual elegance. With a varied collection that has pieces for every room, the geometric forms and thin lines give this collection an eternal spirit.
This collection constitutes two elements, the first being voluminous and woody, which can be seen in the Paris Paname Dining Table that combines Beveled extra clear glass with Sycamore and brushed brass. The Paris Paname Sideboard goes well with this dining table. The second idea is light and geometric, just as the name suggests. This desk and matching chair is crafted with thin brushed brass tubes, wavy Sycamore with a lacquered finish and vintage leather.
A perfect match to this would be the Paris Paname Magazine Holder with its lacquered top which is apt for the study or any living area. Add style and sophistication to your living room with the Paris Paname Sofa, which is structured with wood and a brass metal frame. This rounded sofa is dressed in Paname and Cocoon fabric with its seat and backrest padded with foam, cotton and goose feathers for more comfort. The armchair and the chair go well with this sofa. The Paris Panama Screen helps to divide your living space th a brushed brass structure and Plexiglas frosted panels with a printed pattern. Completing this collection is the TV unit, wardrobe mirror and rug which is a lovely mix of straight and curved lines. The combination of features in this collection exudes rhythm, rigor and personality. Bruno is an artist, interior architect, scenographer, designer, painter and photographer who has made a name for him in the art world. The subtle and elegant integration of French culture into all his creations makes all his pieces unique and special.