January 12, 2010

“The interior was designed to have a soul of its own, free from the surroundings—a private refuge for Mr. Saab and his close friends,” Richani says, rejecting the notion of any Parisian influences. “The space itself inspired me to create objects for it,” he adds, referring to the oversize floor lights and cubic furniture he designed. “Each object was created for that specific space. Only after did it belong to the Chakib Richani Collection.”


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