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0. Troubadour

Sunday 13 March 2011, by Régis Mitonneau

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If the mere mention of the poetic and musical troubadour transports us to the sumptuous courts of the lords and valiant knights of the Middle Ages, then it whispers to us a sweet poem awakening our innocent memories of medieval architecture, aristocratic coats of arms and finely sculptured thrones covered with exquisite leatherwork. The Philippe Coudray workshops have lavishly reintroduced the furniture of this époque by covering them with luxurious embroidered fabrics or magnificent leathers – from the Brazilian designer Berlonzi – skillfully cut in a delicate mosaic form allowing the rawness of the original skin to remain visible.


Design : Philippe Coudray workshops
Artist : Produced by Berlonzi in Brazil

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