Inhabiting volumes intelligently, imbuing them with the owners’ identity, bringing warmth, elegance, and perhaps a touch of femininity
He has always dreamed of a very modern home. She is hesitant, concerned about coldness and a lack of humanness.
In full complementarity with interior designer Olivier Lempereur, Hélène created an interior that is comfortable, warm and full of light.
In this enormous contemporary house based around ‘custom-made’, everything seems right. Eggplant Volvic lava stone dresses the walls and floors, responding to the carefully selected precious wood, perfectly tinted to order.
This harmonious creation follows the model of the interior decorators of the 1930s, who so skilfully brought together all the decorative arts in the service of a shared work.
A testament to the applied arts. A supreme and outstanding construction, with emotion as the shared theme.
A monumental piece by Fabienne Verdier, whose work Hélène introduced to the owner, echoes the trees in the garden. Through her choice of style and very subtle materials, Hélène created a warm spirit in the intensely modern house by architect Marc Corbiau.
Materials, decorating and design - Hélène Guillon Lempereur
Interior decorator - Olivier Lempereur