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21 September
The lecture of the designer Juan Pablo Molyneux within the Table Décor set-out
The Table Décor exhibition presented by BoscoCasa space was opened at the 2nd line of Petrovsky Passage.

Juan Pablo Molyneux have become the special guest.
The Table Décor exhibition was opened at the 2nd line of Petrovsky Passage on September 18th.  The five leading designers of the capital have showed the art of setting through the exquisite table designs, capable of creating the mood of any event.

The famous Parisian designer and decorator Juan Pablo Molyneux have become the special guest of the exhibition. Adherent of classics and eclecticism, he uses traditional materials, museum antiques, restored or reproduced antique furniture in his projects. The decorator’s works can be found in America, Canada, Europe and the Middle East.

On September 20th, BoscoCasa space hosted the lecture of Mr. Molyneux arranged with the support of ELLE Decoration magazine.  The theme of the lecture was “Porcelain through centuries”.

The master, whose projects are rarely seen by a wide audience, the author of the famous residence of Sheikh Mohammed bin Sukhaim al-Thani in Doha and the closed club Cercle de I'Union Interalliée in Paris shared the experience of creating the works and told about his own house in France.

Juan Pablo Molyneux: I want to thank BoscoCasa for the invitation and for tonight! Perhaps, I will give you a slightly different view on porcelain and sets within the lecture. But I would like to begin with a story about my home in Paris. It was built in 1619, but, during the revolution, it suffered badly from fires and was poorly preserved. I inherited only stone walls from those times; a luxurious ceiling survived on one floor. On the other hand, it gave me the opportunity to express myself completely and use the things I love in the creation of the interior. For example, I laid 6-meter-high walls with handmade blue-and-white porcelain tiles with the images of French palaces. Each of them is painted by hand. There are 9000 pieces on one wall. The production took one year. We will talk about porcelain today.

The guests of the lecture were enchanted by the unique & interesting idea of Juan Pablo Molyneux to quote fragments of the interior and buildings on porcelain utensils. The master noted: "When people sit at the dinner table and look around the space, they see the repeating elements in the decor. I recreated the images of houses on dinnerware.  These are my finished projects. My home collection is about several sets with the facade of my house. And I think, this is a fantastic effect! In fact, you do not need more decorations. If you have a beautiful house, you can always have porcelain, some trifles that are really important to you."
The exhibition Table Décor is arranged with the support of the ADDI, Association of Interior Designers and Decorators. Existing for 18 years, the ADDI unites the strongest participants of the interior market. Initially established for designers and decorators, the association opened the doors to both suppliers and interior media after rebranding three years ago. The goal of the ADDI is the same: to set the high level of quality of interior design in Russia.

Touch the world of beauty from September 18th to 23rd in Petrovsky Passage.  

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