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Baccarat Hotel New York: The harcourt vitrines

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The Harcourt Vitrines project by BARDULA was commissioned by New York’s Baccarat Hotel. It is located on 53rd Street opposite Moma, in a Skidmore, Owings & Merrill tower comprising the Baccarat Residences (designed by New Yorker Tony Ingrao) and the Baccarat Hotel.

The images of this PR are exclusives, because they are from Bardula Studio. The works, belonging to the hotel’s private collection, are reserved for the viewing of the guest’s hotel, considered amongst the most expensives in New York!

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Open in March 2015, the hotel presents the Harcourt Vitrines, a project devised by Parisian interior designers Gilles & Boissier, tasked with the overall design of the hotel. It takes place among the hotel’s specially curated collection, by art connoisseur Frédéric Chambre, director of art auction house Piasa, rue du Faubourg St Honoré in Paris.

Selected French artists Eva Jospin, Gilles Barbier, Cécile Meynier, Armand Jonckers, Vincent Fournier, Mathieu Mercier, Marianne Guely, François Houtin, Ludovic Sauvage and BARDULA were given carte blanche to create works on the theme of the Harcourt Glass, a timeless Baccarat icon, with particular reference to the idea of an explosion. The artists’ works are placed in glass display cases in front of the hotel’s suites, representing a complete symbiosis of contemporary French refinement, creativity and expertise with Baccarat’s heritage.

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The project by artist BARDULA consists of five brushed aluminium installations, forming a kinetic geometric whole magnified by the permeating light. The installations function as a narrative reinterpretation of the four primary elements – Fire, Air, Water and Earth – and the fifth element which links them all, the Quintessence or force of life. Each installation symbolizes one of these five elements, with the metal layers forming simple geometric figures which follow a logical progression: firstly a triangle, then a square, a hexagon, and a circle, and finally a circle inscribed in a square.

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More info on:

www.baccarathotels.com

www.bardula.com

Foto:

Copyright © Bardula Studio

Copyright © Baccarat Hotel

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Juani Criado López
Juani Criado López
5 Años hace años

Arte y lujo se dan la mano.¡ Quién pudiese verlo en primera persona!

Simon Smith
Simon Smith
5 Años hace años

I haven’t visit it, but from outside the hotel looks amazing

Marta Lozano Molano
5 Años hace años

A los miembros del equipo Wazo no nos importaría hacer una visitilla y contároslo todo en primera persona eh? ejem…

pablo
pablo
5 Años hace años

I’ll make sure to pay them a visit next time I go to the MoMa.

Marta Lozano Molano
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5 Años hace años

Pablo, when are we visiting you in NYC?

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