Hossein Rezvani is the only brand to offer contemporary carpets Made in Isfahan, Iran, with up to 1.000.000 knots per square meter and is very proud to bring this cultural heritage back into today‘s contemporary living spaces.
Hossein Rezvani carpets are produced exclusively with the best raw materials. Using Persian cork- and highland wool, the most durable and best quality wool in the world and pure natural silk. Also refrain from using mechanical or chemical treatments. Natural dyes are a must, which not only preserves the sublime characteristics of the high quality natural materials but also underlines the vibrant colors and shine of these timeless masterpieces. The result is a unique craftsmanship that carries the seal of quality „Made in Isfahan“.
Persian carpets have always been and remain profoundly entrenched in Iranian culture and the daily lives of its people. For generations, the Rezvani‘s have produced and distributed masterpieces from their home country. Hossein, who is the third generation of a family to be involved in this profession, is dedicated and passionate about the rug industry and he gives the traditional Persian rug a contemporary twist. Each single rug designed by Hossein has the desire to bring forth something new that holds an emotionally touching and enduring value.
During manufacture, a significant value is placed on reinterpreting classic craftsmanship and combining this with design that is contemporary and simultaneously elegant. Another main aspect is to avoid mass production and rather to produce a bespoke rug that may be inherited by future generations of families. Thus, creating a modern classic for the 21st century.
Martyn Lawrence Bullard designed the Red O, a new flagship restaurant.
Newport Beach is known as one of the largest upmarket shopping destinations in the United States. It’s was a perfect location for Master Chef Rick Bayless to open a flag ship for his modern Mexican cuisine style Restaurant Red O…
The 9000sq feet eatery was custom built for the sole purpose of fun. I designed the entry to include a tequila temple, a structure tented and vaulted reaching 14 ft. high with walls of limestone niches reminiscent of a Turkish palace, housing the rarest and most exotic tequilas in the world. This space opens up to the main bar, clad in textured leather panels above Mexican tiles, I mixed in custom designed lanterns from Morocco and designed a vast Chandelier centered above the bar hung with a hundred hand blow glass Hundi lanterns.
The main dining room design was inspired from San Miguel, an ancient town in Mexico where the aristocrats from Mexico City built their summer villas in the 19th century. The tile work that clads the walls I custom designed with Ann Sacks, adding distressed mirror paneling to create sparkle and romance at night. The main ceiling was covered in ottoman style lanterns with pierced brass work bases that throw delicate shadows across the room at night. I designed a central banquet to incorporate a vast planter where exotic palms and tropical orchids could be planted to create life and flow into the space, while pierced work Jali type screens punctuate the vast windows and add to the light play during the day.
The terrace has a retractable ceiling and was clad in concrete tiles, custom designed and inspired from patterns in the Alhambra palace. Panels of sheer drapery add romance and create areas of privacy for diners, whilst a vast tile clad fireplacecreatesa cozy atmosphere in the winter months or chilly evenings.
Chef Bayless prides himself on his delicate flavors and spices that infuse his cuisine like no other in this field , the design too I spiced up to match his ethos and created a Restaurant that has many different areas to enjoy, whilst feeling rich, exotic and inviting.
Florals are the heart of the new Haute Couture bed line collections by the house of D.Porthault
Known for their floral printed linens, D.Porthault revisits their archieved patterns to create stunning new designs. The house of D.Porthault blends subtle, colourful and feminine prints in these extraordinary new collections.
Founded in 1920, the house of D. Porthault, driven by a culture of excellence, plays a singular role in the universe of luxury linens.
In a world of white linen, D. Porthault revolutionised the classic codes by offering colour prints, directly inspired by the Impressionist period. From hand embroidery to screen printing, the creativity and exceptional savoir-faire of the house of D. Porthault emphasises this culture of excellence.
The house of D. Porthault is devoted to satisfying the desires of its loyal clientele and adorn the most prestigious places in the world.