Culture from home
Even if we can finally get back outside and visit museums and exhibitions, home remains a marvelous place to soak up some culture. Music, literature, paintings, architecture, films...There are so many ways to invite the arts into your home space, so you can enjoy them at your own pace...
AddAddFocus on Art - Game of 7 Families
Playing with family or friends allows you to share unforgettable moments. This game of 7 families introduces 48 paintings focusing on details [face, navel, hand, foot, back, animal, hat, music]. The name of the painter, his date of conception are indicated on the cards. A Pa design art has a place of choice! Come and discover our selection! We hope that the happiness of discovering details of paintings will be as pleasant as the pleasure we had in creating this game. A little bit more we put a Mistigri there to vary the entertainment!
WOOD TAILORS CLUB
Entering a gentlemen’s club leads into world of privilege, enriched with pieces like Wordsworth Bookcase. Inspired by William Wordsworth, who helped found the Romantic movement in English Literature, Wordsworth is carefully handcrafted in noble walnut wood, finished with natural matte varnish. With a rectangular, four-legged majestic structure, Woodworth Bookcase displays compartments with different sizes, safeguarding every gentleman’s needs. Like literature is said to engage one in a captivating journey, Woodworth Bookcase helps to sustain an exclusive atmosphere.
AddAddRecord Player Crosley Voyager with Bluetooth Out
Crosley brings analog music into the 21st century with the Crosley Voyager record player. This briefcase design record player stands out because of the grill at the front where the two speakers are located behind. Crosley kept the design of the Voyager minimalistic and with the Bluetooth receiver this record player is perfect for everyday use.
AddAddApollo head horizontal statue
SOPHIA ENJOY THINKING
The twin brother of Artemis, the ancient Greek God of archery, music and dance, truth and prophecy, healing and diseases, the sun and light.
AddAddFuji Bleu Panel
uji bleu is a panel representing one of the sumptuous prints by Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai exhibited at the National Museum of Asian Arts - Guimet and from the archives of the Réunion des Musées Nationaux. It is part of his famous series The Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji. This creation elegantly depicts the sacred mountain in both soft and deep blue tones bringing serenity and charm to spaces. Photo (C) RMN-Grand Palais (MNAAG, Paris) / Thierry Ollivier
AddAddThe Martini | Book
Sophisticated, evocative, and delicious, the martini will never go out of style. Appearing in countless movies—for example, any one of the Bond films—it’s one of the most popular and well-known cocktails of all time. Making a martini is simplicity personified, the classic recipe requiring just two ingredients (not counting the garnish): gin and vermouth. And now man-about-town Matt Hranek is here to tell us everything we need to know about the iconic cocktail.
AddAddLA GALERIE - SKI NAUTIQUE - IMAGE REPUBLIC
IMAGE REPUBLIC :
The result of a close collaboration with photographic agencies, each of the photos that compose this collection is a favorite. In this selection, the great characters of history rub shoulders with other planetary icons belonging to the world of sport or the arts... We also find the wild beauty of the animal world and the clichés that testify to the genius of man, especially through his industrial achievements.
AddAddPeter Pauper Journals
A pleasure to use, each journal provides lightly-lined pages of opaque, acid-free paper that takes ink or pencil beautifully, as well as lie-flat book-style binding.
AddAddTray Demi Fog
URBAN NATURE CULTURE AMSTERDAM
At times, refinement and simplicity find themselves to be synonyms. In Urban Nature Culture’s Demi tray, you’ll find a delicate balance of both, gathered in its instinctual, urban design. With a smooth, flat top and structured feet, tactility is at play in this one. This tray is all about the details, and carries your plants, flower vases, collectibles or picture frames with love.