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5 decorative objects to brighten up your interior (2)

In this time of confinement, Galerie Joseph, owner of atypical locations for rent right in the middle of the capital. In a district whose artistic bubbling mixes originality and authenticity. Between decorative objects, fashion and art, sophistication is at its peak. Spaces can be rented for all types of events: rental showrooms, pop-ups, exhibitions, in a city like Paris that hosts the biggest events like Paris Fashion Week every year. Today Galerie Joseph offers a selection of decorative objects that will brighten up your interior.

Among other things, furniture, vintage decorations, tapestry etc. Created by designers whose talent is second to none. You will find these creations on The Vintage Furniture : our site for selling vintage furniture. A large number of decorative objects await you.

The Vintage Furniture

It offers the most incredible creations in the history of Scandinavian design for sale. And this online and in its stores in Paris. The decorative objects that you find in the catalogs of The Vintage Furniture are historic and celebrated. From their designers who have accomplished and created structures that have changed the vision of design. More particularly that of Scandinavian design.

Some creations are famous for their originality and their quality. Many art and design enthusiasts covet them because they represent an incomparable history and beauty.

Galerie Joseph is delighted to welcome historic pieces to its unique spaces in the Marais. While offering them for sale online and in its unusual places in Paris.
Galerie Joseph offers decorative objects that will make your interior cheerful and where life goes on in style.

Børge Mogensen: A three seater sofa covered in black leather

Børge Mogensen was one of the most influential designers in modern Danish design. He found inspiration all over the world, with one goal: to create everyday objects that would last for generations. His ambition was to produce durable and useful furniture that would enrich people’s daily lives. He designed functional furniture for all parts of the house and of society.

Mogensen’s ideal was above all to create furniture with a sober aesthetic. Likewise, he believed that furniture should create a sense of tranquility and a modest appearance that would encourage people to live their life unpretentious. He was acclaimed for his masterful sense of materials and proportions. Then for its ability to create beautiful and distinctive furniture with an emphasis on simple horizontal and vertical lines and surfaces. All in an attempt to create clear and aesthetic designs that are easy to produce.

The simple and clean lines of this vintage sofa designed in 1962 made it one of the most recognized creations of Børge Mogensen, still frequently seen in government buildings, embassies, management offices and then the homes of individuals around the world. In addition, the simplicity, aesthetics and functionality of this freestanding black three-seater sofa with mahogany legs, side cushions, and a back covered in patinated black leather.

decorative objects : Table Salle à manger Ib Kofod Larsen

Ib Kofod-Larsen – The table, one of the decorative objects with simplistic lines

Ib Kofod-Larsen is a Danish designer. He is also a graduate of the prestigious Royal Academy of Arts in Denmark. He quickly became passionate about the design of furniture in rosewood. His visionary eye directs him towards the organic style. In 1958, during her visit to Denmark, Queen Elizabeth II fell in love with her creations and bought several pieces of furniture. Besides, the Kofod-Larsen sideboards are particularly sought-after pieces.
Indeed, he was particularly inspired by the approach of Scandinavian modernism characterized by an elegant, organic and sculptural style.
Its distinctive designs feature comfortable materials and simplistic lines, with circular seats and pointed feet.

This oval rosewood dining table with extensions will allow you to take the time and give you an impression of authenticity and simplicity, which is a huge characteristic of Danish design.

Decorative objects : the Ant Chair

Arne Jacobsen, modern decorative objects: “Ant Chair”

Arne Jacobsen is a Danish architect and designer, known for having greatly influenced the Scandinavian functionalist current, by laying the foundations for Danish organic modernism.

Indeed, Arne Jacobsen’s ideas shaped the Danish design landscape, spreading from Scandinavia to influence architects and designers around the world. He has successfully managed projects ranging from complex buildings to detailed challenges as humble as a special teaspoon for his cutlery set. He worked in his personal studio throughout his career with an unquenchable need to create.

Jacobsen’s creative process focused on his strict consideration of details. He brought his visions to customers and builders to life with scrupulous hand-painted watercolors. In a given year, Jacobsen has managed to design what others might be happy to produce in five years.

In 1952, he designed the Ant chair  for a large pharmaceutical company, a chair which is still one of the best-selling Danish furniture in the world today. Elegance and a basic that revives the interior.

Peter Hvidt et Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen: “AX-chair”

Peter Hvidt and Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen: “AX-chair”

Peter Hvidt & Mølgaard was a Copenhagen-based firm of architects and designers from the 1940s to 2009. Founded by Peter Hvidt and Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen. The company was a pioneer in industrial furniture design and production in Denmark in the 1950s, thanks to furniture that was easy to mass produce and inexpensive to transport. Their work can be seen at the MoMA in New York, the National Gallery in Melbourne and the Designmuseum in Copenhagen. Unmissable places where the creations of the two Danish designers are displayed. Furniture in which they integrate cook, teak and rattan and create modular pieces.

In 1950, the duo created the AX Chair, which consolidated their careers as respective industrial designers and became an emblem of mid-century Danish design. This pair of armchairs with its structure in black lacquered wood, covered with black leather will satisfy your desire for tranquility and satisfy your artistic desire.

L'Armoir de Bar de Torbjørn Afdal

Torbjørn Afdal: “Times” the Bar cabinet

Torbjorn Afdal is a Norwegian designer. He deeply marked the history of Scandinavian design and is considered one of the most prolific designers of the 50s and 60s. Thus, He graduated from the National Academy of Arts, he was very passionate about design very early , shapes and materials. Like rosewood, teak, steel or even leather.

His greatest reward is certainly the purchase of furniture which he designed by President John F. Kennedy and by the Emperor of Japan. As a result in Norway, Afdal is perceived as a true design legend.

He used a traditional design language with clean lines and solid constructions. Like this bar cabinet in Brazilian rosewood with a foldable formica top made in the 60s. In addition you will find inside a drawer, some shelves and a bottle holder, enough to redo your evenings.