Culture in Architecture Portrays an Emotive Narrative In Each Project

Culture in Architecture Portrays an Emotive Narrative In Each Project ⇒ Culture, architecture, and emotion are the main three pillars that lead the creative process of Culture in Architecture, a creative practice founded in 2011 by the extremely skilled designer, Aline Asmar d’Amman.

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Based in Beirut and Paris, the studio specializes in various subjects, including luxury hospitality, private residential, furniture design, and even scenography. In today’s article, PullCast Blog recalls some of the studio’s most fascinating design projects, from the new interiors of Le Jules Verne restaurant in Paris to a collaboration with late fashion icon, Karl Lagerfeld.

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Image credit to Pascal Dangin

Culture in Architecture’s signature style could be best defined as timeless elegance and refinement without mannerism. In each project, they convey the art of living through emotions and a precise narrative that often resorts to cultural and historic references as it is fundamental to cultivate the relationship between heritage and the emotional expression behind it.

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When it comes to materials, the studio pays close attention to primary stones and handcrafted materials, creating an intricate dialogue between the raw and the precious. The quest for singularity and a more poetic approach is always been one of the main philosophies of d’Amman.

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“Architectures”, functional sculptures by Karl Lagerfeld. ©Carpenters Workshop Gallery

Besides the “Architectures” art and design collection, Aline Asmar d’Amman has also collaborated with Lagerfeld in the interior design of the “Grand Apartments” of the renowned Parisian hospitality venue, Hôtel de Crillon, which she was also responsible for the interior design of the palace’s historical salons and signature suites.

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Hôtel de Crillon, Salon Marie-Antoinette, Paris, France.©Stephan Julliard
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Le Jules Verne restaurant, 125m Eiffel Tower, Paris, France ©Stephan Julliard
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Private residence in Beirut, Lebanon. ©Walid Rashid

Most recently, the studio was commissioned for the renovation of Palazzo Donà Giovannelli, one of the most outstanding venues in Venice. Culture in Architecture will be responsible for the interior design and art curation and they will be entrusted in adding romantic and delicate design details with a contemporary approach. The Rosewood hotel is under the ownership of the leading property development company, Barletta Group.

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