The architect, founder of the studio Culture in Architecture, has been entrusted with the development of Karl Lagerfeld’s Architectures collection, an ensemble of functional sculptures first exhibited at Paris’ Carpenters Workshop Gallery before moving to London where it will remain till March 8, 2019.
The collection, by legendary fashion designer, is comprised of functional sculptures inspired by Antiquity, referred to as the origin of beauty, culture and modernity by Lagerfeld. Evoking a contemporary architectural landscape with Greek origins, the unique pieces combine the precision of canonical proportions born from the use of the golden ratio and the noblest material, marble. The ensemble of gueridons, tables, lamps, consoles, fountains and mirrors materialize the perfect balance of classical foundations with a present-day vibe and is only available as limited edition of eight pieces in each marble color.
D’Amman is currently involved in projects ranging from luxury hospitality to private residential, furniture design and scenography. Recent realizations include the art direction of Hôtel de Crillon’s renovation, a collaboration with Karl Lagerfeld on his ‘Grand Apartments’ decor, the interior design of the palace’s historical salons and suites and a scenography at Bahrain’s airport. She was recently awarded the interior design project for the iconic Jules Verne restaurant located on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, with Michelin star chef Frederic Anton and the Sodexo group.Add to Favorites