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Inside Hubert le Gall’s Studio

Another month, another notch in my belt! You see, this month I was featured not in one, but TWO interior design magazines. Thanks to Quooker and VTWonen, the whole world knows every nook and cranny of my kitchen. And with a little help from those nice people at Ruinart, I got to interview designer Hubert le Gall at his studio in Montmartre. You can read what this amazing man had to tell me in this month’s issue of Residence, which by the by is my favorite Dutch interior design magazine in the world.

But enough about me – let’s take a look inside Monsieur le Gall’s atelier!

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The atelier is hidden behind this unassuming facade in Montmartre.

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And this is what’s hidden behind the facade – it looks like a little private village, doesn’t it?

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This is where the magic happens!

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Give me a bright green wall and a white crocodile and I’m a happy man!

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Pretty darn cute, right?

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 Three of Le Gall’s Timbales Nibuleuses 

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Delicious food and a good book, that’s all you need in life right?

 

 

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Another Pinocchio!

 

 

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It must be nice to design your own furniture!

 

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I sold most of my book a couple of years ago – a decision I kind of regret now that I look at this picture!

 

 

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One of Le Gall’s very dramatic lamps

 

 

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Wall to wall Hubert le Gall! A Frissons table on the left, a Serpentin light object on the wall, a Sonate Goncalo Alves credenza with a  ‘Spot-Dog’ lamp and ‘Rémus’ mirror. Phew!

 

 

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I want it all!

 

 

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Vitrini vase, one day you will be mine!

 

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Of course, there was Ruinart champagne for breakfast!

 

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The design drawings for the collection of Murano glass objects Le Gall designed for Ruinart – which you can see right here by the way!

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