Charles Zana at AD Intérieur 2013
For the second time, the architect Charles Zana has participated to the exhibition AD Intérieurs 2013, organized by the French magazine Architectural Digest.
Around the theme of Metamorphosis, he creates a unique contemporary decor in an old 17th century Parisian private mansion.
His sculptural living-room-kitchen welcomes natural materials in contrast with touches of deep green. The architect designs a multifunctional, warm and poetic space. He includes several art pieces by the sculptor Danh Vo or designers such as Johanna Grawunder.
For the occasion, Charles Zana has also designed two metal console tables.
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Charles Zana, architect and art lover
Charles Zana trained at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris, graduating with a DPLG (extra certificate for architects and engineers). He came to interior architecture via a series of decisive encounters and founded his own practice in 1990 on his return from New York, where he spent five years working for several architects. Charles Zana now creates exceptional spaces all over the world, dividing his time
between residential projects, stores and set design, his Paris office, where he works surrounded by his team and the interior architect, Richard Massol, and his collection of art and design, he shares with friends, colleagues, and clients.
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