The interior designers Humbert and Poyet reveal a first furniture collection and a new collection of lights and decorative objects. “We are proud to reveal this first collection that deals with philosophy. It shows the essence of our creation but also how we work and what inspires us. We imagined this collection as unique masterpieces born of noble material to highlight contrasts between modernism and classicism”.
Above: Humbert & Poyet. “Théodore” armchair in walnut with satin finish. “Emphase” coffee table in Nero Marquinia marble, base in Verde Luana Marble – Limited edition – 8 pieces. Two-panel folding screen in textured canvas, lacquer and brass.
Indeed their neatly-designed furniture is an interesting mix between past and present. Through this modern and specialized collection, the two designers pay tribute to the Art Deco movement and they magnify their preferred materials. Because in it, just like in their architect’s work, they favor marble, brass and walnut. Actually no matter if materials are polished, fluted or brushed, all the finishing touches are perfect.
Let’s remember first that the agency Humbert and Poyet designs almost all of their clients’ furniture. With that in mind, starting a dedicated collection is a logical result. And what a collection ! Because Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet speak the same language. They have in common their attention to beauty. Their furniture spreads their style. In fact it is work of fully-fledged art.
And of course for an exceptional and singular collection, there is an exclusive delivery. The furniture collection Humbert and Poyet is only available in the showroom The Invisible Collection in London or on the website theinvisiblecollection.com. We have to point that the admiration of the two partners is mutual. This is what The Invisible Collection says about Humbert and Poyet : “We particularly appreciate their sets of scales and proportions and their audacity in the choice of so unexpected and relevant materials” Signatures Singulières totally agrees with that !
© Francis Amiand