Bruno Moinard stands out for his sense of elegance and the purity of his conceptions imagined to the finest detail.
As an architect, scenographer and designer with a solidly established reputation, Bruno Moinard stands out for his sense of elegance and the purity of his conceptions imagined to the finest detail. Driven by a strong artistic dimension that has also made him a painter, his creativity speaks directly to his interlocutors, right from their very first encounter through to his drawings. In jet-black and gold, they begin already to sketch out his vision of the future. A portrait of a man who gives life to his taste for purity, culture and what will endure beyond the trends of the day.
Is it possible to combine talent, obsession for perfection and mastery of a work, the dimension of creator and demanding artist with the values of simplicity, modesty and human warmth? Without doubt, since Bruno Moinard shows himself as such to one and all. Everyone seems to appreciate him as much for his professional rigor as for his massive reserves of empathy. At the inauguration of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs bookshop in Paris in December 2004 which he had designed, one of this childhood friends approached him enthusiastically and loudly proclaimed: “It was always Bruno’s drawings that were displayed in the classroom, because they really were the most beautiful!” It was an intimate memory that allows one to take stock and view the journey accomplished since then.
Walnut with varnished veneers of
Macassar ebony and a brass base.
H 34 x L 315 x D 121 cm
H 13,4 x L 124 x D 47,7 inches