Located near the Champs-Elysées overlooking lovely ParcMonceau, the Hotel du Collectionneur and its restaurant Le Collectionneur are inspired by the Art Deco interiors of 1930s Paris, inviting guests to rediscover the glamour of that era. The in-house restaurant and bar features a selection of elegant ORVI surfaces, customised to meet the decorative needs of this unique locale.
Stunning surfaces that will enhance any interior with their celestial reflected light.
Looking for a dazzlingly different way to illuminate your environment? For an interior inspired by outer space, look no further than this stellar surface. Like the other collections in the Pure Metal line, Supernova is made by carefully sculpting natural stone, then hand-crafting a thin layer of metal over the top. Each tile is realized in Nero Sangemini limestone covered with copper, brass or white metal and features a distinctive starburst pattern. The tiles reflect light in different directions depending on how they are oriented, for a sophisticated shimmering effect
Skin 01 & 05
The poetry of natural stone, expressed through the metaphor of hand-crafted metal.
The desired forms - from fossils to ferns to water lilies - are first hand-crafted in each slab of limestone or quartzite. Next, a wooden hammer known as a mogri is used to carefully beat the sheet metal - brass, copper aluminium or white metal - until it perfectly assumes the shape of the stone surface. Then as a final touch, randomly selected areas of the metal are antiqued very slightly to create an attractive “reclaimed” look.
Skin 01 (Metal Magic): This model has been customized according to the customer requirement, we didn’t used hand metal beaten technique in this, as the application of this particular design was on floor. We used metal inlay technique in which we took a solid metal sheet and cut it into the shape of the design and we inlayed it.
Materials: Bianco Carrara (Marble)/Brass& Absolute Black (Granite)/Brass
Minimalist metal inlays embellish natural stone with a modernist aesthetic.
Embodying the merger of art, craft and technology, the Bauhaus collection perfectly exemplifies the goal of the world-famous design school from which it takes its name. The designs are characterized by clean, Mondrian style gridlines, diagonals, chevrons and other geometric motifs in brass and stainless steel, inlaid in varieties of marble and limestone ranging in tone from whites to grays to blacks.
Materials: Bianco Carrara (Marble)/Brass & Absolute Black (Granite)/Brass
(L) Edoardo Perri, Creative Director, Designer ORVI | (R) Sanjeev Agrawal, Founder, ORVI
The essence of Orvi lies in harnessing the many traditional methods that have started to disappear and instead create an environment to champion these skills by combining them with 21st century technology to recreate some of the surfaces, shapes, patterns, and designs that are fading.