Over the past few months, much adored interior design talents, Patrick Gilles and Dorothée Boissier, have been rolling out a growing collection of lighting and furnishings that speak to their unique style – a sophisticated combination of minimalist preferences, French roots and the occasional taste for the avant-garde. This Winter/Spring, the duo launched a limited series of furniture under the Gilles & Boissier Maison label and word on the street is that they plan to launch a full-fledged homeware line.
While the couple both began their careers working for famed French designer and furniture specialist Christian Liaigre, in 2004 they set out on their own, founding Gilles & Boissier – where they established a name for themselves as one of the go to interior design studios in the luxury hotel, retail and leisure sector. Shown here is a sampling of of their furniture designs to date, many of which were originally created for high end projects as well as for their own use. The best part… they’ve shared a number of images of the pieces in their very own Paris homes. Enjoy!
Sponge Pendant Lamp
Sponge Pendant Lamp & Dante Chairs
Plein Soleil Pendant Light
Plein Soleil Pendant light & Arion Bench
Dante Chair & Ida Lamp
Silence Coffee Table
Details of the Arion Bench & Leto Bench
To view more Gilles & Boissier furnishings, I suggest a swing by their site. A selection of their pieces is also currently available through the London based shop Gotham. For some gorgeous outtakes, check in with DPAGES on Pinterest later today.
Photos: Michael Pual/Living Inside for Elle Decor, Michael Paul via Vanity Fair France, Architectural Digest, Gilles & Boissier, Gotham