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🇬🇧 the interior architecture work is like playing on the piano, no false notes are allowed
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🇫🇷 En architecture d’intérieur, comme au piano, les fausses notes sont à proscrire .
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Villa in kahaleh - Beirut - Lebanon .
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. 🇬🇧 the interior architecture work is like playing on the piano, no false notes are allowed . . . . 🇫🇷 En architecture d’intérieur, comme au piano, les fausses notes sont à proscrire . . . || 2007 || Villa in kahaleh - Beirut - Lebanon . . . #architecturephotography  #architecturelovers  #architecture  #myinspiration  #mypassion  #mywork  #interior  #interiors  #interiordesign  #interior_design  #gretasabbagh  #gretabaroudsabbagh  #gretasabbaghinterior  #gretasabbaghinteriors  #lebaneseinteriordesigner  #lebaneseinteriordesigners #lebanon #beirut 
Project : Residential - Proposal Design 2018 -Vintage #icoparisi Curved sofa - #saarineneero Dining table - #robparry lounge chair - vintage #jullian floor lamp - #mondrian marble coffee table - #Dubai #dubaiinteriorstylist #dubairesidence #dubai interiordesign #dubaistyle #design #interiordesignblog #beirut_lebanon #lebaneseinteriordesigners #ksa #design2018
Fondée en Bavière en 1880, l'Entreprise Scherzer est depuis plus d'un siècle synonyme de design et de qualité des arts de la table et des objets décoratifs qu'elle crée pour la maison. Son histoire a commencé non loin de la région de Bohème où l'on fabriquait dès cette époque les porcelaines les plus fines d'Europe grâce à une terre riche en kaolin. Par la suite, afin d'obtenir une couleur blanche, unique et inaccessible aux autres fabricants, Scherzer a créé son propre mélange à l'aide du meilleur kaolin importé de Nouvelle Zélande. Dès ses débuts, Scherzer s'est singularisé par un design original qui a su résister au temps et a ainsi forgé la réputation de la marque dans le monde. #fortheloveofvintage  #vintagelove  #lebanesecollectors  #vintageporcelain  #vintagelebanon  #vintageinterior  #vintagelebanon  #vintagefurniturelebanon  #lebaneseinteriordesigners  #lebanondesigners  #lebanondesign  #lebanonigers  #lebanon_mania  #scherzer #scherzerbavaria  #scherzer1880 #beirut  #lebanon 
This beautiful 60's magazine rack found it's home at the gorgeous guesthouse @stonecellars in Douma. The wall and the moon landing, Beatlemania and miniskirts, student protests and Woodstock - the 1960s was a decade of unprecedented change. Political, social, cultural and aesthetic upheavals left no-one unaffected. They left their tracks in the world of design, too - creating fresh ways of thinking and releasing unbelievable creativity. To put it another way, the 1960s was the decade in which design definitively established itself as a force that moved all strata of society, influenced their buying decisions and found a natural, identity-determining place in everyday society. #retrofurniture  #vintagefurniture  #fortheloveofvintage  #vintagefurniturelebanon #vintagelebanon  #vintageinterior  #lebaneseartist  #lebanesearchitects  #lebanesedesigner  #lebanesecollectors #lebanonigers #lebaneseinteriordesigners  #lebanondesign  #lebanon_mania #beirut  #lebanon 
A pair of beautiful Louis xv bergères scouted by @a_vintage_shed found their happy place @corineabinader  The furniture of the Louis XV period (1715-1774) is characterized by curved forms, lightness, comfort and symmetry. It employed marquetry, using inlays of exotic woods of different colors, as well as ivory and mother of pearl.
Louis XV furniture was designed not for the vast palace state rooms of the Versailles of Louis XIV, but for the smaller, more intimate salons created by Louis XV and by his mistresses.
The armchairs of the middle Louis XV period (1723-1750) were smaller than those of the Louis XIV period, but more comfortable. The legs were more curved, the top of the back was rounded, and often had a small ornamental design. The back of the chair took on a more graceful violin form. This form became known as the Chaise a la Reine, or "Chair of the Queen." #vintagefurniture #vintagefurniturelebanon #fortheloveofvintage #louisxvarmchair #chaisealareine #chairofthequeen#vintagelebanon #lebanonigers #lebaneseartist #lebanesedesigners #lebanesecollectors #lebanesearchitects #classicfurniture#lebaneseinteriordesigners #lebanondesign #lebanon_mania#beirut #lebanon
A pair of beautiful Louis xv bergères scouted by @a_vintage_shed found their happy place @corineabinader The furniture of the Louis XV period (1715-1774) is characterized by curved forms, lightness, comfort and symmetry. It employed marquetry, using inlays of exotic woods of different colors, as well as ivory and mother of pearl. Louis XV furniture was designed not for the vast palace state rooms of the Versailles of Louis XIV, but for the smaller, more intimate salons created by Louis XV and by his mistresses. The armchairs of the middle Louis XV period (1723-1750) were smaller than those of the Louis XIV period, but more comfortable. The legs were more curved, the top of the back was rounded, and often had a small ornamental design. The back of the chair took on a more graceful violin form. This form became known as the Chaise a la Reine, or "Chair of the Queen." #vintagefurniture  #vintagefurniturelebanon  #fortheloveofvintage  #louisxvarmchair  #chaisealareine  #chairofthequeen #vintagelebanon  #lebanonigers  #lebaneseartist  #lebanesedesigners  #lebanesecollectors  #lebanesearchitects  #classicfurniture #lebaneseinteriordesigners  #lebanondesign  #lebanon_mania #beirut  #lebanon 
The Thonet Chair.

In the 1830s, Michael Thonet experimented with strips of veneer boiled in glue until he succeeded in inventing the “furniture made of bent wood” after several years. When Prince Metternich heard of the outstanding talent of the joiner from the Rhineland, he brought him to Vienna in 1842. Together with his sons, Thonet first did parquet and furniture work at Palais Liechtenstein and Palais Schwarzenberg before crossing the threshold to the coffee house with his chair no.4 for Café Daum located at Vienna’s Kohlmarkt. The innovative piece of furniture soon made this type of chair part and parcel of the Vienna coffee house culture and laid the cornerstone for what we call “project business” today: the production of furniture for public spaces. #fortheloveofvintage #vintagefurniture #vintagechair #thonetchair #thonetchairs #bentwoodchair #bentwoodfurniture #instafollow #tagforlikes#vintagelebanon #vintagefurniturelebanon#lebanesecollectors#lebaneseinteriordesigners #lebanondesigners #lebanondesign #lebanon_mania#beirut #lebanon
The Thonet Chair. In the 1830s, Michael Thonet experimented with strips of veneer boiled in glue until he succeeded in inventing the “furniture made of bent wood” after several years. When Prince Metternich heard of the outstanding talent of the joiner from the Rhineland, he brought him to Vienna in 1842. Together with his sons, Thonet first did parquet and furniture work at Palais Liechtenstein and Palais Schwarzenberg before crossing the threshold to the coffee house with his chair no.4 for Café Daum located at Vienna’s Kohlmarkt. The innovative piece of furniture soon made this type of chair part and parcel of the Vienna coffee house culture and laid the cornerstone for what we call “project business” today: the production of furniture for public spaces. #fortheloveofvintage  #vintagefurniture  #vintagechair  #thonetchair  #thonetchairs  #bentwoodchair  #bentwoodfurniture  #instafollow  #tagforlikes #vintagelebanon  #vintagefurniturelebanon #lebanesecollectors #lebaneseinteriordesigners  #lebanondesigners  #lebanondesign  #lebanon_mania #beirut  #lebanon