This time I present the work of the Parisian , Gérard Faivre . Known as the sixth best world interior designer, Faivre became the creator of a new art of living in France. the designer waited for more than 15 years to practice that always dreamed, interior designer and exteriors. With resignation and a tinge of sadness, she had to give up his architectural studies to manage the family business, after the untimely death of his father.
For this Paris living room, designer Charlotte Macaux Perelman combined Scandinavian armchairs with a ceiling light by the Bouroullec Brothers and bookshelves by Martin Szekely. See more of Perelman's work in #Introspective.