A stone's throw from the Place des Ternes (17th arrondissement) hides a small boudoir where all gourmets are already flocking in search of sweet gifts for the holiday season. For its 6th Parisian address, Maison Damyel calls on interior designer and gallery owner Jessica Barouch and designer Francesco Balzano who imagine a very soft setting, where the traditional “too much” of chocolate factories gives way to purity.

Exit flashy chocolates where the gilding drips as much as the displays! For its 6th address, the Maison Damyel bets on sobriety to present its 100% vegan and artisanal confectionery. Entrusted to a very trendy duo composed of Jessica Barouch, interior designer at the head of the Jessica Art Gallery, the creation of the shop translates into a refined language where ivory-lime walls and old parquet floors welcome a fluted counter resting on a brass base signed Blazano.

A centerpiece that comes with cutting-edge design elements like vases by Floris Wubben or a low chair by George Nakasima. A love of refinement that is also found in the presentation of chocolates and fruit pastes in a bell and in small pastel boxes.

A little piece of paradise for sweets lovers!

Project title : Damyel House
Location: Paris (75)
Owner: Damyel House
Mastery of work : Jessica Barouch and Francesco Balzano
Surface area: NC
Cost of works: NC
Calendar : 2019 delivery

To learn more, visit Jessica Barouch's website et Francesco balzano

Photographs: Vincent Leroux

Zoe Térouinard

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