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Pucci de Rossi

A major figure of Postmodern Design of the 1980s and 1990s in Paris, Pucci De Rossi began his career by producing neo Art Nouveau jewellery and furniture for his own home. Based in Paris, he joined Arnal and the Atelier A team and after the first exhibition of Cubistogeometrical furniture and sculpture, he engaged in the realm of postmodern design, working alongside the French pioneers of the movement. He continued to play with the concept of form and function which led to his celebrated organic series “Mobili Brutti”. A devoted craftsman, Pucci made his workshop the centre of his life. Parisian projects such as Hubert Bukobza’s house as well as the apartment and office of Jean Claude Binoche allowed him to experiment with new techniques and materials while the layout of the Venetian palazzino allowed him to undertake a real architectural approach, reshaping the rooms with a Venetian neo- Baroque spirit. Click ahead to see highlights from the sale.


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Jonathan Amar Studio is a multidisciplinary studio created in 1989 with offices in Paris and Rabat and production units split between Morocco and Portugal.
We produce bespoke brass lighting, furniture and accessories with a style characterized by the double ambition of being modern and familiar, universal yet poetic. Our know-how stems from combining traditional materials such as wicker, rattan and leather with brass and glass through meticulous workmanship.

Our activities are split into three domains:
- Design studio
- FF&E manufacturing
- Interior design consultancy

Our bespoke collections represent 35 years of passion and know-how in the fields of decorative arts and interior design.

Over these years we have built a strong ecosystem within Moroccan and Portuguese artisanries with the aim of perpetuating their cultural heritage.
Each product design is made-to-measure and adapted to all types of clients and professionals for small and large scale projects. All items are made-to-measure and available upon order.

Jonathan Amar also works as a consultant for international design firms with luxury projects in Morocco where his studio oversees artisanal production units.

Projects include: Royal Mansour, Les Bains Douches, Comptoir Marrakech, Renaissance hotel, Castel, Nobu, numerous Costes restaurants and bars in Paris, Momo's and Sketch in London, Aroma Café in Bahrein, Club Med suites, Saint James hotel, many Starck hotel and restaurant projects and more.

Clients: Soho House, Ken Fulk, David Scott Interiors, Damon Liss, Charles and co, Studio Ashby, Jonathan Adler, Nate Berkus, Kelly Wearstler and many more.

Our studio – JAS - designs and produces bespoke brass lighting, furniture and accessories with a style characterized by the double ambition of being modern and familiar, universal yet poetic. Each design embraces a contemporary outlook on traditional Moroccan craftsmanship.
Our lighting collections are mainly handcrafted in Leiria, a small city in Portugal reputed for its exquisite glass making.
Our know-how stems from combining traditional materials such as wicker, rattan and leather with brass using meticulous workmanship.
Our bespoke collections represent 35 years of passion and know-how in the fields of decorative arts and interior design. Over these years we have built a strong ecosystem within Moroccan artisanry with the aim of perpetuating its cultural heritage.
Each product design is customisable and therefore adapted to all types of clients and professionals for small and big scale projects. All items are made-to-measure and available upon order.

Craftsmanship

Handcrafted between France, Portugal and Morocco with exclusive French and Italian resources, our pieces honour the relationship between meticulous workmanship and quality materials through the thickness, finishes and fixtures of each creation.
Due to the handmade nature each piece is unique and might vary slightly in finish.

Materials

Brass, the central element of most creations, is available in an array of finishes: nickel-plated, polished, varnished or aged.
The finish you select and the way you care for your purchase throughout the years results in one of a kind pieces. Since Brass is a metal that works well with a multitude of materials, our studio associates it with a unique palette of colours and textures.
Fabric and wicker are used to design lampshades; mosaics and marbles form table tops and bases; lamp stems are sheathed in hand pleated leather by artisan saddlers. Hand-engravings, the iconic know-how of our atelier, are available on a selected number of models as an additional request.

Practical Lights

  • ·Built with a sophisticated pear shaped joint (patented design), extendible arms and functional handles.
    ·Equipped with optional latest led sensory dimming or wireless technologies.
    ·Available in a variety of sizes to cover all types of living areas.

The Designer

Since 1989 Jonathan Amar works on prestigious projects internationally for both private and commercial spaces. His activities are split into three domains: design studio, manufacturing and interior design consultancy.
In the interior design field, he also intervenes on the concept creation and brand design experiences. To name a few: Royal Mansour, Comptoir Marrakech, Renaissance hotel, Castel, Nobu, numerous Costes restaurants and bars in Paris, Momo's and Sketch in London, Aroma Café in Bahrein, Club Med suites, Saint James hotel and Ping Pong London. Since the early 1980’s Jonathan is behind more than 150 restaurants, clubs and bars in Paris alone. At the time he also worked with Philippe Stark as the artistic director of the Bain Douches nightclub in Paris, an institution where all the celebrities of the world partied.
Jonathan Amar also offers consultancy advice for international design firms with luxury projects in Morocco for which his studio oversees artisanal production units.

Thank you to the hundreds of interior design businesses who have put their trust in us

Nate Berkus, Robert Stilin, Blackberryfarm, Starck, Jonathan Adler, Kelly Wearstler, Soho House, Ken Fulk and many more...

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