Damien Langlois-Meurinne is a Paris-based designer, interior architect and decorator.
After starting his career in Christian Liaigre’s office, he was hired by the German fabric company Zimmer + Rohde to create an in-house furniture collection. In 2003, he set up his own firm, Agence D.L.M., and has since worked on a wide range of projects: offices, showrooms and several high-end residential commissions. He works as well as effectively on projects of conception and development of private residents as on special commissions or complete furniture collections.
In September 2005, he opened a showroom in the Marais district, where he exhibits his own line of furniture and lighting. For Langlois-Meurinne, quality is of the utmost importance. He works with the best French craftsman to produce pieces that are made strictly to order. He favours the use of noble materials, such as linen, lacquer, bronze and solid woods (oak, walnut, sycamore, sipo).
Furthermore, he believes in creating objects, which do more than simply fulfil a function. They also have an intrinsic aesthetic value.
Damien Langlois-Meurinne’s work has been featured in a number of French and international publications.
For Pouenat, Damien has created a deeply personal collection, uniting poetry, freedom of form and lightness. His work is original, balanced and contemporary.
The company Pouenat Ferronnier was founded in 1880, in Auvergne, France. It started out crafting wrought iron artistic creations and metalwork for buildings.
The company then decided to apply its know-how to the development and production of furniture and rapidly evolved into a proper furniture and lighting editor. Today, some of the most talented interior designers create for Pouenat: Tristan Auer, François Champsaur, Gilles & Boissier or, more recently, Charles Zana.
This specificity is Pouenat’s cornerstone: collections are designed by interior designers for their peers. Whether standard or bespoke, the products are always hand-made in France.
Today, Pouenat keeps on accompanying ornamental projects. Committed to excellence, the company is regularly commissioned to work on various prestigious projects such as the Plazza Athénée in Paris, the Balmain and Dior boutiques and even the Château de Versailles.
In 2009, the “Living Heritage Company” (Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant, or EPV) label, awarded by the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Employment recognizes and confirms the excellence and rarity of its know-how.
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