Behind the acronym JAG (Jessica Art Gallery) lies Jessica Barouch, a young gallery owner, interior designer, and curator, struck by acute collectionitis from a young age and blessed with a rare intuition for objects that are sure to make a splash. Today, she shares her selection with us, which reflects the quality of her eagle eye.
The Baden driver, pouf and bench seat were designed by Jacques Garcia in the lounge spirit that is so dear to her. Here, it is Napoleon III furniture that Jacques Garcia has talented revisited, inspired by its welcoming and even enveloping forms. With its soft seating, soft curves and restful symmetry, Baden furniture invites exchange and confidence, in a chic and cozy atmosphere. Seduced by its refined trimmings and lulled by its warmth, we let ourselves be gained little by little by little by a gentle voluptuousness.
With organic shaping inspired by a sycamore seed pod, this beautifully hand carved bench captures the essence of the new contemporary furniture movement with its sweeping lines and smooth finishing.
Largo two seater
Exquisitely handmade , stylish, rattan two seater.
Escobo Hand Broom by Itza Wood
The Escobo palm has been used tin our jungle villages to make brooms for generations and while plastic has overrun our corner stores (tiendas) and homes we are bringing back the escobo. Paired with a traopical wood handle, this hand broom is just as pretty to look at as it is practical. It is a stiff palm that will soften with time and use. Escobo palm, FSC certified Teak handle. Handmade in San Andres, Peten, Guatemala
Giardino all'italiana (coffee table)
Italian Garden is a coffee table made of Pimar limestone, carved with digital control, using the technique of turning. For indoor and outdoor use. The garden becomes domesticated, eternal, a stone object that brings the legacy of the great Italian gardens into the contemporary. "Italian Garden" provides a wide number of uses: on the top, you can cultivate small plants, you can pour the sand and use it as a a dry garden (like the Japanese Bonseki) or simply as a coffee table. This garden, besides emphasizing the care for nature, embodies a gesture and delivers it to the future.
La lampe Fiori simule une fleur pleine fleur sur le sol. La lampe est stratégiquement conçue pour que l'ampoule puisse être placée au centre. Fabriqué en rotin. Électriques non inclus.
Chaque dessin a son ambiance : les coraux pour le bateau, le feston élaboré pour un diner sophistiqué, un lin rustique ajouré pour la terrasse... ou "textile mode" pour repas tendance...
Group of white vases in stoneware and a porcelain bowl
Group of stoneware vases, hand-thrown, and white porcelain bowl. High fired ceramics.
Behind the acronym JAG (Jessica Art Gallery) lies Jessica Barouch, a young gallery owner, interior designer, and curator, struck by acute collectionitis from a young age and blessed with a rare intuition for objects that are sure to make a splash. A big fan of vintage furniture from the 1930s through the 1950s, as well as paintings and ceramics that she has unearthed over the years, she opened a gallery in 2010 in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, where she presents both icons of 20th century design, from Jacques Adnet to Finn Juhl, and young international designers, from Floris Wubben to Emmanuel Simon, whose work with materials, textured effects, and organic shapes inspire her. Today, she shares her selection with us, which reflects the quality of her eagle eye.