Summer at The Invisible Collection is a stylish affair of events and shoppable pop-ups across the globe. We are delighted to announce our first pop-up at Sotheby’s in Aspen (more about this soon) and remind you of our ongoing tribute to Brazilian master Oscar Niemeyer at our London Headquarters in Marylebone.
But it’s on the other side of the Channel that our summer programme kicks off with a fabulous exhibition of contemporary designs at Féau Boiseries in Paris.
We took over this splendid hotel particulier that is home to the most spectacular archival collection of decorative boiseries panels in the world, and created an experiential setting where time stands still. The storied, labyrinth-like space is a treasure trove of magnificent decors, from 17th century gilded panels to Belle Époque folder screens, Art Deco door frames, and some fabulous, grand doors that belonged to the ineffable Jeanne Lanvin.
The exhibition includes a selection of furniture and objects set in dialogue with Féau’s otherworldly décor: we would love to show you around! The space will be open for visitation by-appointment-only.
If you are in Paris, do not miss it! Plan your visit now and stay tuned for updates on our exciting summer programme: more is yet to come!