For this fifth and final Art & Interior Design Board, Remanence Interiors played on Sylvia Beijnink’s stretched silk works and their precious frames. These two paintings are presented at the gallery of Yvonamor Palix, Curator of the International Biennial. While Yvanamor proposed to change the frame, Remanence Interiors, on the contrary wanted to keep it. The idea to build a paradoxical atmosphere with very contemporary furniture choices, a priori opposed by their style, but yet in harmony. This last design board will be called “Relaxation”.
The lace of the Kartell materials, the transparency and the baroque character of the lamp echo the work of Sylvia Beijnink. The contemporary character of the furniture, including the LC4 chair by Le Corbusier, contrasts with a rich work and its classical frame.
Voluntarily the black and transparent colors of the furniture intend to blend in with the decor offered by the painting.
1 – The LC4 chaise longue by Le Corbusier, Jeanneret and Perriand
Its pure and airy lines, its inimitable comfort make this chaise longue a classic of modern design. Designed in 1928, this chair knows its celebrity hours in the 60s.
Its design is very classy and simple. Those chrome legs and this perfect curve combine and contrast with the paintings of Sylvia Beijnink.
This lounge chair has been nicknamed “The rest machine” What’s better for a design board named “Quietude”?
2 – Lace for the side tables
To echo the repetition of patterns, such as lace, our choice fell on two T-Tables at Kartell designed by Patricia Urquiola. In black and in transparency, they marry the Le Corbusier chair and echo the repetition of the painting’s motifs.
3 – A lamp with baroque accents
In the same vein, Kartell’s Kabuki lamp also imposes its slender silhouette next to the table. Lace remains one of the subjects of this design board.
4 – A plain carpet to bring color
In this modern-baroque boudoir tinged with black, the plain blue carpet reflects the dominant colors of the art pieces and provides the necessary contrast.
All the mood boards in that series of 5 are visible during all the duration of the exhibition. More information here: https://ypalixart.com/
The actual vignette of the mood board called ‘Relaxation’ will be visible during a special visit: Interior Architecture & Decoration on Saturday, November 9 afternoon from 16:30.