Laplace: Somewhere Between Architecture and Art
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Laplace: Somewhere Between Architecture and Art

Laplace: Somewhere Between Architecture and Art

Founded in 2004 in Paris by Luis Laplace and Christophe ComoyLaplace has developed an international practice of high-end design from architecture, decoration to furniture design and art installation. Through good use of space and light, design concepts based on local cultures and traditions, selection of materials and colors as well as a passion for art and craftsmanship, Laplace combines modern simplicity with timeless elegance.

Luis Laplace is an Argentine-trained architect who takes a unique approach to unite works of art in a living context. Laplace’s talent rests in his ability to synthesize art and its surroundings. His architectural goal is to unite aesthetic and functional spaces that are enhanced by artworks, revealing unexpected nuances, new interpretations and readings, while nurturing a more in-depth engagement with the pieces.

This “clé en mains” service is a key distinctive characteristic of Laplace. A successful project requires constant dialogue with the clients to develop a thorough vision of their goals, aspirations and expectations. The Laplace team counts 30 professionals, including architects, interior architects and designers. Laplace also relies on a worldwide network of real estate agents, artisans, quantity surveyors, contractors, local architects, etc.

This network of professionals contributes to Laplace’s mission to deliver projects on time and on a budget all over the world while making sure that the project execution is in line with the design intent.

Inspired by both South American modernism and the brutalist movement, Luis Laplace likes to mix French tradition and savoir-faire with vintage furniture, exclusive 20th-century antiques and his own furniture. Luis Laplace and Christophe Comoy welcome their clients in the Laplace spaces (Studio, Garden, Atelier and Residence) in the heart of the 9th arrondissement in Paris.


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Inspired by the first person to walk on the Moon, the Armstrong Floor Lamp has a minimalistic style with a clear usability, perfect for every single modern Scandinavian living room or office. This Nordic light combines a mid-century design with a structure handmade in brass and a base in white Carrara marble. The oval aluminum lamp shade is softened with a matte white finish. With a counterweight made of steel, this mid-century lamp directs light anywhere a task light is needed, providing an exquisite touch to your interior design.


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