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To celebrate its fifteenth birthday, AD France has asked 12 French architects/interior designers to fit out the equivalent number of living areas in the modernist picturesque setting in reinforced concrete of Palais d’Iéna, built in 1939 by the architect Auguste Perret.

Isabelle Stanislas for AD interieur
The neon saying "Something ordinary happened here" illuminates the small sitting room signed by Isabelle Stanislas. Credits: Claire Israel

The creative people invited, Alexandre de Betak, Bismut & Bismut, Dimore studio, Damien Langlois-Meurinne, Luis Laplace, Thierry Lemaire, Gwenael Nicolas, Patrick Nourget, Oitoemponto, Isabelle Stanislas, Daniel Suduca e Thierry Merrilou have recreated different domestic living areas, destined to astound thanks to a scrupulous research of original designs, furnishings and upholstery of various eras and styles, matched in freedom of choice with sure taste. The fitting out of the exposition, conceived by Adrien Gardère, is made up of a series of ‘boxes’ in reinforced concrete, with rough exteriors, which inside reveal wonders.

Panoramic View Ad Interieur
Panoramic inside view of the Palais d'Iéna, credits: Claire Israel
DimoreStudio AD-interieur
DimoreStudio designed for Palais d'Iéna an interior design full of colours and repeating patterns. Credits: Claire Israel
Luis-Laplace-AD-interieur
Studio conceived and designed by Luis Laplace. Credits: Claire Israel
Damien-Langlois-Meurinne-AD-interieur
Linear and in the shades of cream and beige is the interior design of Damien Langois Meurinne for the exhibition designed by Adrien Gardere. Credits: Claire Israel
Patrick Norguet, “La cuisine-bibliothèque“.Credits: Claire Israel
Patrick Norguet, “La cuisine-bibliothèque“. Credits: Claire Israel
Alexandrede-Betak-AD-interieur
Visionary design created by Alexandre de Betak, credits: Claire Israel
Thierry-Lemaire-AD-interieur
"The cabinet d'esthete" is the name of this setting by Thierry Lemaire. Credits: Claire Israel
Oitoemponto-AD-interieur
It takes the name of "The bureau connecté" and is the exclusive study created by Oitoemponto for Palais d'Iéna

WHERE: 9 Place d’Iéna, 75016 Paris, France

To celebrate its fifteenth birthday, AD France has asked 12 French architects/interior designers to fit out the equivalent number of living areas in the modernist picturesque setting in reinforced concrete of Palais d’Iéna, built in 1939 by the architect Auguste Perret.
The creative people invited, Alexandre de Betak, Bismut & Bismut, Dimore studio, Damien Langlois-Meurinne, Luis Laplace, Thierry Lemaire, Gwenael Nicolas, Patrick Nourget, Oitoemponto, Isabelle Stanislas, Daniel Suduca e Thierry Merrilou have recreated different domestic living areas, destined to astound thanks to a scrupulous research of original designs, furnishings and upholstery of various eras and styles, matched in freedom of choice with sure taste. The fitting out of the exposition, conceived by Adrien Gardère, is made up of a series of ‘boxes’ in reinforced concrete, with rough exteriors, which inside reveal wonders.
WHERE: 9 Place d’Iéna, 75016 Paris, France

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