Representative of the alternative wave of the modern classicism, Irène and Bruno Thiebauld are not anymore for their first success. In Antwerp, this duet of esthetes completely renovated and decorated a host house in a contrasted style which looks like them. A perfectly mastered eclecticism.
Very attached to the “custom-made” label, the decorators and interior designers, Irène and Bruno Thiebauld, make up inside which is not lacking either a comfort, or a charm. From the style and the rigor to the smallest details. This shape of good taste and this distinction accompanied with ease allows them to propose different styles. According to the personality of each. Let us specify that this couple of interior designers has behind him years of experience dedicated to the decoration, to the design and to the conception of a line of furniture in France. Hardly of their success, they open us the doors of their Brussels showroom today. Three lounges in a row in which is proposed a direction of brands as JNL, Baltus (exclusively for Belgium), Casamilano and the editors of the most prestigious fabrics such Pierre Frey, Zimmer Rohde, Designers Guild, Lelièvre.
A well mastered rigor
If the contemporary geometry is often at the base of their work, Irène and Bruno Thiebauld do not comply for all that with the fashionable minimalism, refusing to lock itself into a style or into an other one. As an example, one year of works was necessary for the renovation, the layout and the decoration of this host house Anversoise. The couple deciding to preserve the original, typically 19th architect, while amplifying the luxurious charm of this big-bourgeois house and by registering it resolutely in the 21th century. Among others technical exploit: include a swimming pool and a fountain with flat jet in the basements of the house. Their creed: create unified interiors, at the same time sober and luxurious, relatively timeless so that each can bring it his personal touch. Without forgetting this touch of fantasy in the air which signs their decorations.
From the renovation to the pure conception of a space, the work of shell in the slightest detail of finish, Irène and Bruno Thiebauld signed the arrangement, in all or in part, of private residences in Brussels, Antwerp and in France, of offices and hotels of which the decoration of the Convent The Juniors, one ” Relays and Castles ” to Mane-en-Provence. And as Irène and Bruno are particularly attached to quality labels, they also propose a range of furniture designed in association with Belgian and French architects which can be adapted to measure.