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Bruno Moinard Edition.

The Bruno Moinard Edition collection, released in 2014, embodies the personal and distinctive style of the French interior designer: a warm minimalism, a sober approach devoid of austerity and a sense of timeless elegance.

A contemporary reinterpretation of French savoir-faire applied to furniture, lighting and objects, with a hint of eccentricity.

Ypres blends linearity and roundness in a simple and comfortable concept; the chair, with features that recall 1960s design, features a slightly tilted back and unique porthole windows in the arms. The legs are made of steel with a brass patina and the upholstery comes in different colors of leather.

Dinant is a desk boasting a warm French aesthetic that blends tactile feel, styles and materials that play with the light. Its design combines brushed, stained and varnished oak with inlaid brass legs and a drawer with leather interior. This sturdy, well-proportioned and original desk is the perfect work table for any office, study or bedroom.

Nara bench is a project that resumes tradition from the past and casts it on future perspectives thanks to an unusual shape and a combination of materials that create the perfect contrast.

The combination of handcrafted fabric or leather, on lacquered beech feet turns the Gumi Bridge into a chair that is sturdy and elegant at the same time. The arched back recalls the strength and support of a bridge, a sense of timeless simplicity that is reflected in the soft shapes, attention to detail, craftsmanship and choice of materials, a comfortable and refined design suitable for any office, study or living room.

The larger Gumi Bergere is a soft and sumptuous lounge chair that celebrates relaxation and the pleasure of touch. Its size and flexible comfort ensure a superlative seating experience that can be adapted to a variety of settings.

The "bronze medaille" patina also characterizes the brass frame of the L'Ile D'Elle wall lamp, whose name echoes the French region of the Loire. The opaque shade provides a soft light, thus contributing to create an evanescent and timeless feel in any interior space.

The harmonious and subtle combination of materials, used by Bruno Moinard as a color palette, is also evident in the small tables of the Tunis collection: the elegant legs in painted brass support a round marble top. "I am not a fan of strong colors," he says, "I use them more often, like a watercolorist, in diluted touches." The result is an original and refined design that transcends all trends.

The Bilbao Armchair, well-proportioned and featuring geometric lines, synthesizes harmony and symmetry with a stained and varnished oak frame that envelops the fine French fabric.

The Etretat Console is made of Tamo ash wood, also known as Japanese ash, a very rare and precious wood. Its pure design is reminiscent of some aesthetic concepts from the 20th century decorative arts, the top is bevelled and supported by wide and solid legs, which lead to an original and sculptural appeal. Available in customizable sizes.

Lightness and grace characterize the subtle and sophisticated design of the Courtrai sofa, with thin brass legs and handcrafted upholstery available in fabric or leather. The same collection includes an elegant and comfortable bench, perfect in the bedroom or in any other room.

The Dugo side table synthesizes the designer's great talent for graphic lines, strong colors and sophisticated French elegance. An interplay of balance and symmetry provides a refined and timeless aesthetic.

The Genoa collection, which includes a bar cabinet and a sideboard, reflects Bruno Moinard's experience and sense of precision to perfection. A genius in mixing materials, textures and reflections, the architect used an oiled Assamela wood, the exterior is hand-painted lacquered with brass-plated steel, while inside the shelves of the cabinet are covered in leather; the bar cabinet comes in a different finish, the base and top are made of patinated brass.

An example of "accessorized minimalism," the Cefalù table lamp is named after the beautiful and historic city on the northern Sicilian coast. The base is in glazed ceramic and the lampshade in fabric. The geometric design, pure form and a careful use of materials make it a unique and sophisticated handcrafted art piece.

Blending straight and round lines, symmetry and asymmetry, balance and imbalance, along with a bit of eccentricity, each line in the collection was conceived by Bruno Moinard as an unusual and harmonious combination of comfort and elegance, designed to provide any room with warm, sophisticated and contemporary atmospheres.

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