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Showroom Emblem, window-display of crafts persons and art trades

Showroom Emblem, window-display of crafts persons and art trades

Combining the brands Taillardat, Manufacture des Emaux de Longwy 1798 and Vernaz & Filles, Emblem highlights art trades in its Parisian showroom.

Showroom Emblem, window-display of crafts persons and art trades

Discovering the setting of the Embel House, dedicated to the new trends of deluxe decoration, must be deserved. First you need to push open the heavy gates of the Carmélites de Grenelle convent, which now shelters the Hôtel d’Artagnan, then have an open sesame to enter this venue whose crest features two swords—to which a bee is added, symbol of collective work.

Artisans and art trades gathered in a showroom

In this beehive of know-how on the Left Bank, three French brands are partaking in a bewitching scenography to present the various ranges of their designers. Next to works by India Mahdavia and José Lévy, who no longer need presentations, those of Misha, creator of outstanding wall papers, Michaël Cailloux, an artist inspired by the environment, and Nicolas Lequeux, who was awarded the Prix Spécial 2018 of Villa Noailles, all blossom in a dream setting.

Showroom Emblem installations
In the showroom, there are numerous objects of desire, and you will be tempted to take everything with you. © Anne-Emmanuelle Thion
Enamels of Longwy, lamp, ball and vase
Spootnik lamp and vase, Flo Lemon Insect ball, there is something for everyone. © DR

The excellence of French production

With Taillardat, specialist in the conception and manufacturing of period furniture and seats, Manufacture des Emaux de Longwy 1798, 1st industry in the Lorraine region for ceramics since the 18th century, and which has modernized its collections to meet new requests, and Vernaz & Filles, whose work enhances gold leaf work, you will surely be able to renew the decoration of your home sweet homes.

José Lévy Ailes de Faïence
Created to place a kitchen ustensil, the Aile de Faïence by José Lévy is a real work of art. © DR