Monnaie de Paris is hosting the 7th edition of the AD Intérieurs exhibition, which this year is dedicated to collections with living spaces conceived by 14 interior designers as showcases for artworks, precious objects and curios.
The major names in interior architecture and design are coming to the Monnaie de Paris which, since 2008, has presented in its salons exhibitions dedicated to contemporary creation and the artists of today. High quality décor, objects and furniture, made by the best artisans will take their place in the row of 18th century salons of Monnaie de Paris and will echo the work of the art workshops of Parisian manufacturing and their artisans, who produce exceptional objects out of precious metals.
The exhibition revolves around the collection: Whether it is about building relationships between works of art, creating a set of objects around a theme or assembling a family of documents, a collection always tells of a passion. There are also stories, those of the one who assembled them in the first place; and those of both aesthetic and technical evolutions of an object. The editors of the AD magazine therefore requested from the interior architects present in this new edition to organise their décor around groups of objects that are close to their hearts. Rather than a traditional cabinet of curiosities, they are asked to arrange bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens or offices, with the idea of living among their intimate treasures.
Invited by AD magazine this year: Tristan Auer, Fabrice Ausset, Baciocchi Associati, Bismut & Bismut, Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku, Raphael Navot, Oitoemponto, Ora-Ïto, Daniel Suduca and Thierry Mérillou, Gert Voorjans.
Monnaie de Paris, 11, quai de Conti, 75006 Paris
Open from 11 am to 7 pm.