New implementation of the Liaigre showroom on Fulham Road

68-70 Fulham Road, London SW3 6HH

The careful use of soft tones and contrasting materials enhance the laid-back country feel

The careful use of soft tones and contrasting materials enhance the laid-back country feel, without compromising on either comfort or aesthetic. Thanks to meticulous attention
to detail and use of timeless designs, the setting exudes an air of simple excellence.

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Le cabinet de curiosités, Hôtel de Crillon

Hôtel de Crillon, 10 Place de la Concorde, 75008 Paris

Man of influences, Thomas Erber created his Cabinet de Curiosités in 2010 in Paris, with colette.

Man of influences, Thomas Erber created his Cabinet de Curiosités in 2010 in Paris, with colette. Highly noticed, the Hôtel de Crillon ordered him a permanent version for its reopening which will welcome from June 15th the throw Jacquard in an exclusive natural tint. Warm and refined, this throw invites itself in the cloakroomof his owners to be worn.

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Letani, winner in its category of the World Superyacht Awards 2018

Firenze, Italy

Liaigre is proud to announce that Letani, a motoryacht built by Feadship, won the Semi-Displacement or Planing Two Deck Motor Yachts 30m to 34.9m ...

Liaigre is proud to announce that Letani, a motoryacht built by Feadship, won the Semi-Displacement or Planing Two Deck Motor Yachts 30m to 34.9m category award at World Superyacht Awards 2018. The interior design of the yacht which is co-signed by Liaigre and Sinot exclusive Yacht Design has been distincted for the innovative and comfortable creation of informal spaces.

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Collect 2018, Liaigre Prize

London, United Kingdom

We are pleased to announce that we are supporting the 14th Edition of Collect to celebrate international craftsmanship from across four continents.

This prize will be elected and handed by Déborah Comte Liaigre to James Oughtibridg during a dedicated event on the 21th of February.

The sculptor, whose favorite material is ceramics, imagines pieces that often seem to float, creating a tension with their environment.
The work he presents this year is an alloy of ceramic and black stoneware called "Charcoal Concave Form".

©James Oughtibridge

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