Madame's Magical Menagerie by Ken Fulk

The amount of thoughtful details that went into this room reveal why Ken Fulk is such a sought after interior designer and event planner. He created the room as the scene of an intimate supper in the Upper East Side dining room of grande dame Madame F. whose garden is secretly filled with wayward zoo animals. You can see all the animals in the custom designed de Gournay wallpaper that is the perfect backdrop for the gorgeous dining table filled with Hermes china and overflowing flowers.

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Bespoke Picnic Hamper from Rolls Royce

Luxury brand Rolls Royce has unveiled its truly chic picnic hamper.

Taking over 500 hours to create, the hamper is forged from a combination of saddle leather, oiled teak and polished aluminium. After opening the set and folding out the piano black tables, you are presented with a treasure trove of artisan crockery, cutlery and glassware.

Design of chic picnic hamper includes everything you need for the perfect picnic for four people.

Sabbadini fine jewelry

 

A single- brand boutique , opened in 1998 , in Via Montenapoleone in Milan.

A sophisticated store designed by Renzo Mongiardino , famous architect and theatre set designer of La Scala Opera House.

The shop has an oval plan with vaulted ceiling while the colour scheme is based on a petrol green theme wich continues from the window displays to the interlor,which like one hundred years ago , are painted iron, decorated by hand.

On the floor a wonderful wood damier parquet. In the centre there are inlaid ebony Bees that are the Sabbadini’s emblem. 


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The Mark - Jacques Grange design

The Mark Hotel is a luxury hotel, situated at 25 East 77th Street, at Madison Avenue, on the Upper East Side of ManhattanNew York City. Originally constructed in 1927 in the Art Deco style, the building was purchased by Izak Senbahar of Alexico Group and Simon Elias in 2006 and the building's interiors were reimagined by French designer Jacques Grange in 2009.

Equally adept at creating grand spaces of striking modernity and theatrical effect, as well as serene havens of quiet luxury, Grange was the perfect man to re-imagine The Mark’s design. In NYC, he has unleashed the full range of his talents, creating public spaces that engage and delight, and private 5 star hotel rooms and suites that calm and soothe. 

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The Mark

MADISON AVENUE AT 77TH STREET
NEW YORK, NY 10075
PHONE 212 744 4300