The inside is synonimous
Haussmann cabinet refers us to the world of luxury and elegance of the Paris of 19th century. The piece, inside, is a authentic piece of art, by her details in brass, and will look great in an haussmannian interior design style.
Material & finishes
Interior in white lacquer with matt finish. Shelves in bronze tempered glass. Legs and handle in brushed brass and exterior in brushed walnut veneer.
Personalization and bespoke by price adequacy.
W: 108cm | 42.52’’
D: 54cm | 21.26’’
H: 179cm | 70.47’’
W: 55kg | 121.30lb’’
Alma de Luce ® refers us to the world of luxury and elegance of the haussmanian apartments of the fascinating Paris, in the 19th century, through the HASSMANN piece of art.
It was in 1853, at the behest of Napoleon III, admirer of British modernity, that Baron Haussmann had the task of restructuring and modernizing Paris city and thus transforming it into the most modern European city of the time.
The urban and architectural standards established by Haussmann and the scale of the work developed led to the creation of a true "Haussmann" style.
This style symbolizes and characterizes a large number of Parisian buildings where the apartments have attributes immediately identifiable as synonymous of luxury and prestige.