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Sunday, 4 March 2012

"My favourite challenge is to succeed in saving, optimising and promoting everything that is in the original place instead of transforming it, it’s more economical and ecological. Composing with little defects can push us beyond automatic reflexes in term of taste and push us creatively while keeping a bite with the story of the place."

Clarisse Demory of Ensuite was interviewed over at The Switch recently. I've been a huge fan of her blog and her styling work for a few years now so it was a pleasure to discover a little more about her process. I ate at Nanashi, where she designed the interior, in the 10th when I was studying in Paris and it really was the most warm and charming place. I love the way she hints at lots of different aesthetics without subscribing to any one. Her style is truly her own combining the rustic with the industrial, the considered with the unfinished, the minimal with the sentimental. 

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