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Boudoir inspired by famous spy Mata Hari for AD Intérieurs

For the third year in a row, Oitoemponto participate to AD Intérieurs. For this edition, with the theme being The Material throughout, Jacques Bec and Artur Miranda present the boudoir of Mata Hari: a frivolous, glamorous, vintage and devastatingly chic flamboyant decor.


The handmade ‘‘Namban’’ wallpaper, realised in the ateliers of de Gournay, creates a Japanese art deco feel to the room with its golden glimmers. The equally extraordinary Tai Ping rug in black lurex, tencel and silk is embellished with gold thread.


The intensity and density of the chosen materials give character to each shape. Sophisticated furniture, including an Ettore Sottsass table and a brass and alabaster chandelier by Patrice Dangel complement the new one-off creations of Oitoemponto, creating a hypnotising masculine atmosphere to the boudoir of Mata Hari.


Credits : Jérôme Galland

AD Intérieurs
6th – 20th September
La Monnaie de Paris
11 Quai de Conti – 75006 Paris


Oitoemponto, founded by Artur Miranda and Jacques Bec in 1995, mixes vintages pieces and asserted colors to give a cosmopolitan style to their creations. Their furnitures will be tomorrow’s classics with their simple and elegant design such as the Luccio side table or the Artur armchair.

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