The French interior designer Vincent Darré is charismatic reference among French design society, known for its surreal interior design creations, with baroque aesthetic, full of fantasy and references cubism, futurism and art deco.
“My soulmates are also from another era: Dalí, Ernst, Breton, Man Ray & cia.” there is no doubt that Darré’s references escape from the cleanness that prevails in the interiors contemporaries.
The irreverent lobster-shaped dresser proves that Dalí is one of his greatest inspirations, not only to create his bespoke furniture but to design the luxury interiors “Like Jean Cocteau, Dalí was widely criticized for venturing into several areas. I identify with them because I do what I want.”
He creates the Maison Darré in 2009 when he took a career turn after more than 20 years working for large fashion brands. “The project is old, but before I thought about bringing together decoration and fashion. I soon saw that I do not have, to create clothes, the same freshness that I have for furniture, a novelty in my life. ”
The top interior designer was one of the most famous figures in the Parisian night, so he as an easy choice to create the environments of the most disputed nightclubs in Paris and New York: Le Montana and Le Baron, respectively.
“I like exaggerated, theatrical decor. I think it’s a sin to be afraid of bad taste. Nothing more annoying than a room with beige couch and brown armchair, decorated by black and white photographs! ”