MARIE CLAIRE MAISON 50th ANNIVERSARY

8th-30th of September 2017
TecSOM and French style

Through five themes, for its 50th anniversary, Marie Claire Maison has chosen TecSOM to cover its floors and set the scene for five peroids embodied by legendary figures of style.

Different scenographies which combine both archived images from magazines and the staging of contemporary design.

Through this event, you can discover the influencers who still inspire our world and French interiors.

On this exceptional occasion, TecSOM combines previews of five unique designs imagined and created by renowned artists translated with beauty and grace onto TecSOM textile tiles.

For the "GREAT CENTURY" style, the creation of Pave Mikkonen from TecSOM's Collection Privée illustrates the inspirations of:
Hubert de Givenchy
Jacques Garcia
Philippe Model
Louis Hardouin Mansart
Place Vendôme

For  the "BETWEEN TWO WARS' style, the creations of Philippe Boisselier and Didier Gomez from TecSOM's Collection Privée will illustrate the inspirations of:
Napoléon III/Haussmann
Madeleine Castaing
Coco Chanel

For the "SEVENTIES" style, the creation of Eric Gizard from TecSOM's Collection Privée will illustrate the inspirations of:
Claude Pompidou à l’Elysée Pierre Cardin
Courrèges
Oscar Niemeyer for the PCF, Colonel Fabien square.

For the "EIGHTIES" style, The creations of Antoine + Manuel and Jakob & McFarlaine from the Collection Privée will illustrate the inspirations of:
Andrée Putman
Philippe Starck
The 1st Café Costes Les Halles.

For the style "PARISIAN COUNTRYSIDE" from the 90s to 2000s, the creation of Emmanuel Pierre from TecSOM's Collection Privée will illustrate the inspirations of :
Michèle & Yves Halard
Patrice Nourrissat

What will be the interior trends in 50 years from now? How does the Parisian live at home? Which talent will mix the genres, associate materials and colors, eras and references?

With TecSOM's support, come discover a "je ne sais quoi" in the Paris style, styles which inspire and amaze!
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