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ENVIRONMENTS & DESIGN TRENDBOOK FW22-23 - PECLERS PARIS

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ENVIRONMENTS & DESIGN TRENDBOOK FW22-23 - PECLERS PARIS

In an unprecedented way, our homes have become the epicenter of our daily life, and the idea of infusing our living spaces with a creative impetus, rich in meaning and values, is called for. We wish to imbue them with sustainable design, celebrating the ancestral principles of quintessential natural simplicity. There is a need to call on innovations created with precision, focused on comfort and modularity and to intuitively celebrate gentle and inspired creativity. Lastly, we want to think of these places as precious sanctuaries for our emotions and future memory.

In an unprecedented way, our homes have become the epicenter of our daily life, and the idea of infusing our living spaces with a creative impetus, rich in meaning and values, is called for. We wish to imbue them with sustainable design, celebrating the ancestral principles of quintessential natural simplicity. There is a need to call on innovations created with precision, focused on comfort and modularity and to intuitively celebrate gentle and inspired creativity. Lastly, we want to think of these places as precious sanctuaries for our emotions and future memory.

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  1. 1. — “Be guided towards an interior journey.” creating future singularities FW22—23 ENVI RON MENTS & DESI GN
  2. 2. 012 PECLERS PARIS ENVIRONMENTS & DESIGN FW22-23 STORY ENCHANTED REFUGE 🡢 COLOR RANGE Natural harmonies suggestive of blonde wood, putty, clay and earth are teamed with burnt orange and burgundy accents. Subtle shades of green consisting of bleached khaki, sage gray, olive green and black seaweed add a botanical dimension to this palette. Aux harmonies naturelles évoquant le bois blond, le mastic, l’argile et la terre, se marient des accents d’orange brûlé et de bourgogne. Les nuances de verts subtils composées de kaki blanchi, gris sauge, vert olive et algue noire apportent à cette palette sa dimension végétale. TANNIN TANIN TPG 18-0312 – P 4229 C* COLORO 050-45-06 TPG 15-0525* – P 5845 C* COLORO® 046-70-16* TPG 17-1353 – P 2429 C COLORO 021-48-27 TPG 18-5105 – P 431 C* COLORO 077-46-02 CAMOUFLAGE CAMOUFLAGE BUTTERNUT BUTTERNUT SAGE SAUGE TPG 16-1407 – P 7529 C* COLORO® 032-69-05 TPG 19-0815 – P 7589 C COLORO 031-31-11 TPG 12-0304 - P 9203 C* COLORO® 032-85-06 TPG 17-1327 – P 2467 C* COLORO 028-49-15 TPG 19-1527 – P 505 C* COLORO 008-26-15 FLEECE TOISON HUSK COQUE BRAIDING PASSEMENTERIE TPG 19-4118 – P 2378 C COLORO 118-28-13 STEEL ACIER TPG 15-1234 – P 721 C* COLORO 026-62-23 CHANTERELLE CHANTERELLE TPG 18-4334 – P 7690 C COLORO 109-42-26 SHARPIE MARQUEUR © Exclusive photo by Florian Kleinefenn for Peclers Paris. Kraft paper, Peclers Paris archive. Y-Woods plywood, Ducerf Groupe. Shearling, Propeaux. Recycled insulation, Pierre Plume. Rustic weave, Pierre Frey. Structured weave, Astrid. Bouclé wool, Pierre Frey. Twill curtain, Kinnasand. Composite plastic, Sulapac. YUI decorative panel, NP Rolpin Papier kraft, Peclers Paris archive. Contreplaqué Y-Woods, Ducerf Groupe. Leather, Propeaux. Isolant recyclé, Pierre Plume. Tissage rustique, Pierre Frey. Tissage structuré, Astrid. Laine bouclée, Pierre Frey. Voilage sergé, Kinnasand. Plastique composite, Sulapac. Panneau décor YUI, NP Rolpin The PANTONE® TPG reference numbers are the closest equivalences to exclusive Peclers Paris colors. The symbol * indicates a greater difference in shade. Les références PANTONE® TPG sont les équivalences les plus proches des couleurs exclusives Peclers Paris. Le symbole * signale une différence plus importante.
  3. 3. 022 023 Experimental handcrafts STORY ENCHANTED REFUGE 🡢 CREATIVE STORY THÈME REFUGE ENCHANTÉ 🡢 SCÉNARIO CRÉATIF ARTISANAL EXPÉRIMENTAL Question and rethink the skills of excellence through the prism of techological developments and upcycling challenges, to develop a luxury trad-experimental style. Interroger et repenser les savoir-faire d’excellence au prisme des évolutions technologiques et des enjeux de l’up-cycling, pour développer un style tradi-expérimental de luxe. 1 Dependables, box-furniture by Maria Bruun. 2 Bowater collection, in thermo- treated native hardwood by Jan Hendzel Studio. 3 Alber Sport, loafers by Hereu Studio. 4 Us et coutumes, collection in terracotta by Clémence Valade. 5 Set of cheese knives by Ancàn Store. 6 Sepiola handbag, Folies créatures collection by Eva Verwicht. 7 Bue (Arc) brush in oak and coconut fibers by Poppy Lawman. 8 Still Life, wood marquetry by Chelsea Vivash 🄰 Quadra Noce check print wood veneer, Patricia Urquiola for ALPI. 1 Dependables, mobilier-boîtes de Maria Bruun. 2 Bowater collection, en chêne thermo-modifié de Jan Hendzel Studio. 3 Alber Sport, mocassins de Hereu Studio. 4 Us et coutumes, collection en terre-cuite de Clémence Valade. 5 Set couteaux à fromages d’Ancàn Store. 6 Sac Sepiola, collection Folies créatures d’Eva Verwicht. 7 Bue (Arc) brush en chêne et fibres de coco de Poppy Lawman. 8 Still Life marqueterie de bois de Chelsea Vivash. 🄰 Placage bois imprimé carreaux Quadra Noce, Patricia Urquiola pour ALPI. 9 Pivot table lamp by Lukas Peet.  Lazy Halley table and Tavler wooden wall-mounted reliefs by Atelier Axo.  Surfaced series, in assembed offcuts, by Sho Ota.  Thermo-treated native hardwood trays by Jan Hendzel Studio.  Slow teapot by Ming Design Studio.  Ceramic vases by Harvey Bouterse.  Espiga in braided leather Hereu Studio.  Down to Earth water jug by Studio Joachim-Morineau.  Stoneware pitcher by Sarah Maingot.  Byzantium table in oiled walnut by Casey McCafferty. 🄱 Ultrasuede Microfiber in recycled and plant-based raw material, TORAY. 9 Lampe Pivot de Lukas Peet.  Table Lazy Halley et reliefs muraux en bois Tavler d’Atelier Axo.  Chutes assemblées Surfaced série de Sho Ota.  Plateaux en bois thermo-modifiés de Jan Hendzel Studio.  Théière Slow de Ming Design Studio.  Vases en céramique d’Harvey Bouterse.  Espiga en cuir tressé de Hereu Studio.  Carafe Down to Earth du Studio Joachim-Morineau.  Cruche en grès de Sarah Maingot.  Byzantium table en noyer huilé de Casey McCafferty. 🄱 Microfibre Ultrasuède en matière première recyclée et végétale, TORAY. 1 2 5 4 3 6 8 7 A 17 15 14 12 10 13 9 18 16 11 B
  4. 4. 086 087 PECLERS PARIS ENVIRONMENTS & DESIGN FW22-23 Boosted by black 9 Pink Moon, furniture by Studiopepe.  Bolet, lamp by Eo Ispo Studio.  Wallpaper by Texturae.  Trench coat, Sacai Menswear collection, Spring 2021.  Landing Site rug by Oyyo.  Riviera, woven bag by Marina Raphael.   Kumiko cabinets by Staffan Holm for Ariake Collection.  VSE, vase by Jeschkelanger made out of “Basis Rho”. 🄱 Gradual shading on veneer, “GRADA GRIGIO” by Patricia Urquiola, ALPI. 9 Pink Moon, mobilier de Studiopepe.  Bolet, lampe d’Eo Ispo Studio.  Papier-peint de Texturae.  Trench collection Homme de Sacai, Spring 2021.  Landing Site tapis d’Oyyo.  Riviera, sac tressé de Marina Raphael.   Kumiko cabinets de Staffan Holm pour Ariake Collection.  VSE, vase de Jeschkelanger à base de « Basis Rho ». 🄱 Variation d’ombrage sur placage « GRADA GRIGIO » de Patricia Urquiola, ALPI. STORY FUTURE RETRO 🡢 CREATIVE STORY THÈME RÉTRO FUTUR 🡢 SCÉNARIO CRÉATIF BOOSTER AU NOIR Energize color, by including black for neo-Memphis harmonies, based on checkerboards and stripes. Augmented presence and playful experiments for highly graphic and iconic collages and weaving. Dynamiser la douceur, en invitant le noir pour des harmonies néo-Memphis, autour des damiers et des rayures. Présence augmentée et expérimentations ludiques pour des tressages et des collages ultra-graphiques et référencés. 1 Junction II, weaving by Meghan Spielman. 2 Cross, chandelier by James Dieter. 3 5 Mattonelle Margherita, ceramic tiles by Nathalie du Pasquier for Mutina. 4 Mugs by Kelsie Rudolph. 6 Sowden, multicolor kettle by George Sowden for Hay. 7 Beppu, organic cotton bath mat by Baina. 8 Armitage, sunglasses by Alain Mikli. 🄰 Multicolor chevrons in cut velvet, OSBORNE&LITTLE. 1 Junction II, tissage de Meghan Spielman. 2 Cross, lustre de James Dieter. 3 5 Mattonelle Margherita, carreaux céramique de Nathalie du Pasquier pour Mutina. 4 Mugs de Kelsie Rudolph. 6 Sowden, bouilloire multicolore de George Sowden pour Hay. 7 Beppu, tapis de bain en coton organique de Baina. 8 Armitage, lunettes de soleil d’Alain Mikli. 🄰 Chevrons multicolores en velours coupé, OSBORNE&LITTLE. 1 2 4 3 5 12 15 14 13 16 17 9 11 10 7 6 8 A B

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