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“There is always tumult inside my head. That comes with being creative.” Says Vince, designer and manager at the French brasserie Pierre. “The lockdown has made me more serene, more focussed actually. I am a people person but I can also be really good on my own, a bit of a dreamer actually….Vince, are you there?” His living room feels bold. A lot of objects, art and graphic designs. They seem collections actually. Collections of shapes, colors and memories. “I love expressive colors. My home needs to reflect what I see when I close my eyes. My dreams are filled with colors, patterns and…fonts!”
[ Laughing out loud ]
[ Discover Sensual Friction – cotton tablecloth ]
"Around me you see the things I fancy in life. What do you think of K-pop by the way? You gotta love the styling! I’m also a die-hard Rihanna fan, as you can probably see. That woman! This wall took a while though, and it may seem random, but everything you see here is intentional. It has been carefully selected and put in place. Speaking of women….I miss my granny, I used to have dinner with her every week that’s part of my routine. She is doing well, but for now we only cuddle with words through the phone.”
"My home needs to reflect what I see
when I close my eyes." — Vince
“When you step into my quarters one must feel like being dipped into a pool of colors and intriguing shapes. That led me to this tablecloth, Sensual Friction. It's an expressive and fascinating piece. I see softness and serenity but it’s also fearless and I got confused… The bubbly plastic combined with the flower which almost arouses the aubergines. LIKE! I try to surround myself with materials, and even people who are provocative or divergent. Not on purpose but I feel comfortable around them."
"It's an expressive and fascinating piece.
I see softness and serenity but it’s also fearless [...]" — about Sensual Friction
"My loved ones and I are still healthy, so that creates time and space for reflection. I can do all my design work at home behind my laptop. During this lockdown I put more of my energy in my work as a designer. Less distractions. But I miss the unexpected crazy visits from friends and the cuddling. And also the thought of not going to Milkshake and other festivals this summer makes me sad. I do sometimes meet a friend on his rooftop. Enough space, the sun on my face, having drinks and being outside in an inspirational environment. I'm really looking forward to the 1st of June when we can loosen things up a bit.