Known for its opulent and minimalist design, the house of Pierre Augustin Rose has undertaken its very first interior architecture project, through the design of the Berlin boutique The Square, Berlin. The two founders of the concept store, Joseph Voelk and Emmanuel de Bayser, are great fans of 20th-century design and have developed a real artistic complicity with the three heads of the Parisian house.
The objective was to sketch the outline of a space, based on new architectural angles, which would be the theatre of a true holistic experience. To achieve this, delicacy and roundness were called upon, notably through the elegant creations of Pierre Augustin Rose. Connoisseurs will recognize the “Sofa Vendome 280,” the “Minitore,” and the “Galet” table, but also the “Nuage 190” ottoman. A refinement to be found in pieces designed especially for the boutique, such as the racks and the window display, with travertine and lacquer.
In terms of architecture, the arcades, from which the “Eole” lights descend, reign supreme. A soft and peaceful ensemble, completed by a selection of antique art pieces and contemporary works such as sculptures by Nicolas Lefebvre, Laétitia de Bazelaire, and Thomas Junghan.
Germany – Berlin