Inspired by the beautifully sculptural effect of curved architectural walls, the work of French interior designer Francois Champsaur, has a beautiful smooth timber finish.
Trocadero Apartment by Francois Champsaur
Bold in black and incredibly textural, this piece was designed by CM Studio.
It features a distinctive curved batten pod that cleverly conceals the apartment’s bathroom.
CM Studio / Photograph by Kelly Geddes
Curved walls are visually interesting and work well to soften sharp lines of an
interior space. The same effect can be created with a room divider, furniture,
or smaller design pieces such as ceramics and art. Here are some examples.
Right now I’m swooning over this Swoon chair. I especially have an eye for that velvet one.
I discovered a wonderful new source for furniture online called The French Connection. These are my favorites.
French designer Ora-Ïto has developed a conceptual
trainer with curved veneer sections to reference the
work of Modernist furniture designers
Charles and Ray Eames.
I’ll take the chair over the shoes any day.
BBC News – Designs of the Year: 76 eye-catching creations
The Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain, known
as the FRAC, is brainchild of architecture duo,
Jakob + MacFarlane.
Beautiful combination of gray, white, silver and
walnut. Elegant and modern without being fussy.