Jérôme Aumont, curator and design authority of the Paris-based design company, Collection Particulière, dubs his range of upholstered furniture and objects, “objets de nécessité” (necessary objects). R HUGHES is in full accord that the sculptural forms and sumptuous materials are indeed that, and a perfect fit for the showroom and now represents the complete line.
The collection elevates daily life objects, whether a bench, a candle holder, or a small side table, in materials chosen for their ability to age with elegance and subtle patina: wood, marble, leather, brass, ceramic. The chiseled shapes of upholstered pieces seduce in almost archaic forms and fluid silhouettes are designed by some of the leading names in European design, including Grégoire de Lafforest, Dan Yeffet, Christophe Delcourt and Arno Declercq.
At the core of Collection Particulière dwells an air of mystery. Not a hint of decorative overstatement to be found, the range’s presence is a settled one, exuding confidence and calm.