Pierre and Charlotte Julien have opened their first showroom in Sydney to house their quirky, spirited design pieces.
May 27th, 2008
From Paris to Melbourne, and now Sydney, Pierre and Charlotte Julien’s new Sydney showroom is a must visit destination for all those who love beautiful and elegant design.
Each gorgeous design piece on display at the Pierre and Charlotte showroom is carefully designed and crafted in their Melbourne workshop/showroom by the couple themselves.
The approach of this dynamic design duo is known to be unconventional, resulting in pieces that are full of character and charm – with a certain sparkle, identifiable as their own.
The latest design launch was the quirky Prudence Wall Light (pictured above). A whimsical piece that provides a moody, ambient light, the Prudence is capturing the imagination of the design industry, with comments overheard at the launch such as: “I can see her skipping across the wall”. indesignlive.com loves it.
The Pierre and Charlotte Sydney Showroom is located in East Redfern.
Contact Charlotte for more details.
Pierre Julian, Peter Saint-Hill and Charlotte Julian
The Sydney Showroom
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