Decca Home presents Élan, a portfolio of beautifully made lounge furniture with a modern point of view. Addressing the need for elegant lounge furniture that bridges all markets, Élan expresses the integrity of craft for which Decca is known and revered. Attention to materials, craft and design detail bring the look and feel of luxury to public and private settings alike. Élan’s portfolio represents a modern approach to living.
Lauren Rottet is the Founding Principal of Rottet Studio, an international architecture and design firm with an extensive portfolio of corporate and hospitality projects. Ms. Rottet is one of the most celebrated contemporary interior architects, with an extraordinary record of awards, publications, lectures, juries and honors. Decca Home is proud to partner with Lauren Rottet on this distinctive collection for the home.
In a career spanning over four decades, Dakota Jackson is one of the leading figures in American furniture design. Since the early seventies, when he emerged as a major contributor to the Art Furniture movement, each of his seminal designs has been a combination of exquisite craft, intriguing engineering, and original form. Dakota for Decca Home is Dakota Jackson’s designs for the home realized.
Bolier is a luxury home furnishings company committed to using only the finest materials and traditional craft techniques to produce furnishings inspired by tradition and designed for modern lifestyles. With showrooms around the world. Bolier is a luxury brand with a distinctly global presence. Bolier works with the finest designers in the world including Michael Vanderbyl, John Black, Jiun Ho and Brian Graham.
Inversion is a new collection that has its genesis in the meeting between Nathalie Fermon of DECCA Furniture and STUDIO MHNA, co-directed by Marc Hertrich & Nicolas Adnet. It is a collection that reflects the true French spirit. Inspired by classical silhouettes, the designers updated each piece with contemporary design elements achieving a creative aesthetic suited for modern as well as traditional settings. Following the great tradition of cabinetmaking in France, the furniture is dressed in the finest materials with intricate veneer placement and multi-step finishes, highlighting the beauty of each form. As composite members of a large family, the pieces complement each other in a rendition of tables and consoles, multifunctional furniture, sideboards and seats.