Ref. 13219 – Armchair Throne from Sylvia Corette
- Ref. : 1355
- Designer : Sylvia Corette
- Armchair Throne called « Roxanne princess of djinns »
- Material : steel & rope
- édition : Via/Fermob
- dated : 1989
- size : hauteur 162 cm x largeur 67 cm x profondeur 58 cm
After studying history at the Sorbonne, I entered the studio of the painter Joaquin Ramos and was admitted to the School of Interior Architecture Camondo. My professional career began with the development of Parisian hotels, and I carried out projects for the city of Paris. It was then that I joined the contemporary furniture company Protis. I get permanent calls from VIA which allow me to exhibit them in French and foreign salons and to have them published by publishing houses such as Protis, Fermob, Cristal de Sèvres, Tisca, Sam Laik, Roux Marquiand and many others. The French and international press support me. I received a carte blanche for lighting from VIA, as well as the critics’ grand prize at the furniture fair. I realize a scenography for the Center of Wallonia Brussels on the occasion of an exhibition of jewels, collaborate with L’Oréal, and the historical monuments for which I draw objects for their Medieval counters. I participate in exhibitions such as the 10 years of VIA at the Museum of Decorative Arts orchestrated by Andrée Putmann,
Designer et architecte d’intérieur, Sylvia Corrette a travaillé avec des éditeurs de mobilier et d’objets contemporains reconnus, a collaboré avec les monuments Historiques de Paris, et a exposé son travail à l’occasion d’expositions collectives au Musée des Arts Décoratifs de Paris, Au centre Georges Pompidou, au Musée d’Athènes, au centre culturel Français de New York, ainsi qu’à l’espace Cardin. Elle a participé à de nombreux salons professionnels à Paris, Dubaï, Beyrouth, Cologne, Milan. Ses collections se sont vendues dans les grands magasins Parisiens, au Japon, à NY, à HK, en Europe, et certaines de ses pièces à Drouot. Sylvia a signé des aménagements d’hôtels et restaurants Parisiens, tels que l’hôtel Lyric, des suites à l’hôtel Seven, le restaurant Russe Ikra, est intervenue à l’hôtel Abbatial, et à l’hôtel Cadran, ainsi que des appartements.
Designer and interior architect, Sylvia Corrette has worked with well-known furniture and contemporary object publishers, collaborated with the Historic Monuments of Paris, and exhibited her work in group exhibitions at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. of Paris, at the Georges Pompidou Center, at the Athens Museum, at the French Cultural Center in New York, as well as at the Espace Cardin. She has participated in numerous trade fairs in Paris, Dubai, Beirut, Cologne, Milan. His collections have been sold in major Parisian stores, in Japan, in NY, in HK, in Europe, and some of his pieces at Drouot. Sylvia has designed the fittings of Parisian hotels and restaurants, such as the Lyric hotel, suites at the Seven hotel, the Russian restaurant Ikra, has intervened at the Abbatial hotel, and at the Cadran hotel, as well as apartments.