WAG has delighted in following the Lalique story in its pages and here in our newsletter.
As we look to our annual design issue – coming in March – it seemed a case of perfect timing when our sources at Lalique shared some of the legacy company’s latest interior-design news:
“Through the Interior Design Studio, Lalique is the only crystal company with the ability to create infinite customized designs from (its) bespoke design studio in Paris. Architects, interior designers and clients are able to realize unique crystal presentations in line with the demands of their specific projects, including custom panels, murals, furniture, staircases, walls, doors and lighting for any lifestyle setting. The Interior Design Studio has been working on projects throughout the world ranging from private residences, commercial and retail spaces to yachting, airplanes and hospitality.
Lalique has a strong history of interior design from its founder René, who was famously commissioned to decorate the interiors of the Orient Express train, the Normandy Ocean Liner and the historic glass windows of the Henri Bendel building on New York’s Fifth Avenue. Lalique continues this tradition with the next generation of bespoke luxury architectural projects, the Mikimoto boutique in Tokyo and the Georges V Hotel Restaurant in Paris, to name a few.”
We extend our congratulations on the impressive work.
For more, visit lalique.com.
– Mary Shustack