Meets the masters: Lalique
In the lead-up to Masterclass London on March 13, we will be shining the spotlight on the people behind the brand. Today, we spotlight Lalique Interior Design, and Adeline Lunati, the Lalique Interior Design artistic director
Masterclass London, a Luxury Living & Lewis Wark event, will be returning bigger and better for 2017, with an all-day event taking place on March 13, 2017. Taking place in central London at Henry Wood House, Lewis Wark will again host an intimate event showcasing the unique craftsmanship of some of the world's leading luxury brands, including Agresti, Marie Daage, Foglizzo, Forge de Laguiole, Jay Strongwater, Lalique, Moser, MacKenzie-Childs, Richard Ginori, Robbe & Berking and Villa.
In the lead up to Masterclass London we are shining the spotlight on the people behind the brand. The second spotlight is Lalique Interior Design, and most importantly Adeline Lunati, the Lalique Interior Design artistic director.
Adeline Lunati, Artistic Director for Lalique Interior Design Studio
Born in 1977, Adeline Lunati graduated in 2003 from the ENSCI (Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle) before starting a carrier as a free-lance designer – working for prestigious houses such as Hermes. She carried on in the luxury world designing top of the range interiors for the Marcel Dassault aviation industry and launching a French brand of leather seat makers.
Since June 2011 Adeline Lunati heads the Lalique Interior Design Studio. This new department deals with all the decoration projects of the brand. Adeline's role is not only to work on bespoke projects but also to create new ranges of products in the spirit of Lalique.
By creating new innovative interior panels, Adeline wishes to develop new trends of “objets” which couple both form and function.
Also from Lalique...
As well as the Masters, Lalique will be exhibiting the three other pillars that define them:
Crystal, Art and Fragrance.
The recent Muses launch: the celebration of 90 years of Bacchantes was a huge success at Maison et Objet in January. Masterclass will be the first chance to see the new collection in the UK. Comprising of XXL and mini versions as well as bowls and champagne coolers the famous Bacchantes women have been reborn.
This years Lalique Art launch saw Lalique collaborate with artist Terry Rodgers. Rodgers' interpretation of the classic Rene Lalique Bacchantes vase was produced with all the flair and beauty you would expect from the American artist. Produced using the lost-wax technique, it took Rodgers 2 years to perfect "Sirenes". A stunning homage to its older sister.
Finally, Masterclass is also proud to announce that Lalique Fragrance will be showcasing brand new fragrances, plus prototypes of some fragrances that are yet to be launched! A perfume Master will guide you along the Lalique “Perfume Bar” where they will help you find your perfect Lalique fragrance.
For more information on Masterclass London 2017, or to sign up, visit www.masterclass.london