Georges de Feure is a 20th century symbolist painter whose most known and appreciated work is his ‘femme fatale’, also Art Nouveau’s main theme. During the Exposition Universelle of the 1900s, De Feure designed furniture: the sensual lines of his boudoir were spoken highly for their delicateness and feminine grace. His fusion between material and shape and his wish to render an object alive by giving it human qualities is why de Feure is the inspiration for the furniture of Cabinet Onirique exhibition at AD Intérieurs.
The abstract scenography is animated by vibrations of water and light set in motion by music composed on vintage synthesizers. Forms are alive and the combination of sounds and light creates a mystical atmosphere subjugated to an intimate dialogue. There is something reflective in it as we are calmed and seduced.
Light and Sound Design // Vincent Tordjman