sábado, 29 de junho de 2013

domingo, 23 de junho de 2013

BY ANDRÉE PUTMAN


Collages by DAzulterrA

Atmospheres by the French Interior designer ANDRÉE PUTMAN
 “the effects of stone and light, the richness and the diversity of non-colours…” These elements find an echo in her future achievements:
“All this made me very wary of awful excesses of anything”.
Doorhandles, Hotel Particulier, Paris, 2003

“I loathe pompous luxury. I take interest in the essential, the framework, the basic elements of things.”


“My only concern was to interest at least ten persons and I would have accomplished something which would carry me for all my life”.

“Because I started working in New York, the French suddenly asked for me.”


"For a house to be successful, the objects in it must communicate with one another, respond and balance one another."


“It is not about bathing in the living room and cooking in the bedroom but rather about opening spaces to various activities. Why should places be reduced to one function instead of favouring the sensations they bring us?”


 “The fact that this ring is twisted brings life to it: did it fall? Why is it asymmetrical?
 Life is made of imperfections.”