DESIGN @ FARNESE

by Samuel Accoceberry

For three months, the great galleries of the Palazzo Farnese will be furnished by creations of over thirty French designers, published in France and Italy.


Designers and experienced and award winning architects around the world will be guests, including Dominique Perrault, Christian Ghion, Christ

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For three months, the great galleries of the Palazzo Farnese will be furnished by creations of over thirty French designers, published in France and Italy.


Designers and experienced and award winning architects around the world will be guests, including Dominique Perrault, Christian Ghion, Christophe Pillet, Christian Liaigre, Bruno Moinard Christophe Delcourt, Jean Nouvel, Philippe Nigro, Ora-Ito, Noah Duchaufour-Lawrance ...., emerging talents such as Margaux Keller, Samuel Accoceberry, Fabrice Ausset, the Franco-Italian duo Pool, and French and Italian publishers first. And Roche-Bobois, Poltrona Frau, Philippe Hurel, Sawaya & Moroni ... Ambassador of France in Italy has also invited young French and Italian publishing entities as DCW, Small Fry, BOSC and Oscarmaschera, which will interact with large houses such as Christofle, Hermès, Louis Vuitton or Romeo Sozzi / Promemoria.


DESIGN @ FARNESE also reveals its own reality in contemporary French creation: that of publishing galleries. Installed in Paris, their reputation is international and customers is one of the greatest collectors of the planet. All of Waiting for the Barbarians at BSL Gallery, represent unusual or rare creators reinventors of French decorative arts as Hervé Van Der Straeten, Christophe Come, Taher Chemirik Nestor Perkal, Eric Schmitt or Stanislas Isabelle. Catherine Colonna, Ambassador of France in Italy, Design @ Farnese "show the extent of French talent for design and enable unprecedented confrontation between the classicism of Palazzo Farnese and the contemporary". "The Design of the sector is also creating jobs and export," she said. Design @ Farnese is a bold project and a first, developed with the support of the French Institute of Italy. Pierre and Isabelle Léonforte Valembras-Dahirel are the artistic advisors

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