Discover The Best Buffets And Cabinets From Maison Rapin Art Galleries
Last weekend the Salon Art + Design welcomed the world’s finest international galleries, in New York, where extraordinary historical, modern and contemporary art was exhibited. This design festival provided its visitors with an exceptional offer regarding fine and decorative arts, based on a creative way of presenting different styles and materials. Today we will present you Maison Rapin art galleries, one of the Parisian exhibiting galleries at this event.
Maison Rapin created by Philippe Rapin is a very complex design label, which has two art galleries in Paris, Quai Voltaire and Rue de Beaune, and one in Hong Kong very well represented by the “meubles bijoux” brand of Kam Tin.
Not only these art galleries will allow you to live an eclectic and contemporary art experience, but they also will allow you to appreciate modern design. Today, we will mainly talk about the best buffets and cabinets we can find there.
The low pyrite cabinet designed by Kam Tin is a truly sophisticated furniture that fits very well in any luxury living room decor. His particular love for precious stones from China, India, Korea and even Russia provide this luxury furniture with an astonishing bespoke design, regardless the material and the colours used (agate, amber, rock crystals, emerald, pyrite, among others).
The Domus Aurea cabinet designed by Roberto Giulio Rida is characterised not only by its unique exterior design, but also by the use of gilded wood in its interior. This fine art truly embellishes the bespoke design of this cabinet.
The Orione sideboard, also designed by Roberto Giulio Rida, is another sophisticated type of furniture you can find in Maison Rapin art galleries. This gold brass sideboard, which uses colored faceted and cut glass in its exterior design and olive wood in its interior, truly highlights the expressiveness of this designer, as well as the craftsmanship used.
This being said, you can’t miss the opportunity to visit these art galleries, as well as the opportunity to visit next Salon Art + Design. If you are a design and contemporary art lover, you will definitely appreciate both places!