Bold and dramatic, Fromental’s ‘Bruyère’ design blends abstraction and figurative motifs in its rich and multi-dimensional detail. Inspired by both the mid-century tapestries of French artist Jean Lurçat, and the aesthetic of Japanese Edo era screens, ‘Bruyère’ injects a refined sense of luxury. Marta Sala Éditions furniture designed by architects LazzariniPickering have been chosen to complement and create a visual dialogue with the wallcovering. In the European style, the room is set with a series of statement seats showcasing the various techniques and well-considered materials used to create the designs. To set off the richness of the ‘Bruyère’ Wallpaper, Marta has introduced small single seats. Placed on the chiselled naturally dyed silk ‘Ludovico’ carpet the pieces appear to float. The ‘Silla’ armchair in stainless steel and grey boucle’, ‘Dudina’ and ‘Dudotta’ in two different shades of orange the ‘WandaFull’ armchair in a clear linen dress and the ‘Pilar’ table lamp. On either side of the fire place the sculptural ‘Lavinia’ armchair and its pouf in a warm white mohair velvet. The ‘Claudia’ lamps in brass and copper bathe the room in a delicate light. THE DRAWING ROOM FROMENTAL AND MARTA SALA ÉDITIONS HIGHLIGHTS IN THE INSTALLATION: