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Madeleine Castaing (1894-1992): icono de la decoración del siglo XX.  Nació en Chartres un 19 de diciembre de 1894 y era hija de un ingeniero de lineas de tren y una ama de casa.  Nunca fue una alumna ejemplar pero era una lectora insaciable: Chateaubriand, Stendhal, Balzac, servirían posteriormente de inspiración a muchos de sus ambientes. A…

Madeleine Castaing (1894-1992): icono de la decoración del siglo XX. Nació en Chartres un 19 de diciembre de 1894 y era hija de un ingeniero de lineas de tren y una ama de casa. Nunca fue una alumna ejemplar pero era una lectora insaciable: Chateaubriand, Stendhal, Balzac, servirían posteriormente de inspiración a muchos de sus ambientes. A…

Madeleine Castaing - Living room designed by Madeleine Castaing featured in Emily Evans Erdman's book The World of Madeleine Castaing

Madeleine Castaing - Living room designed by Madeleine Castaing featured in Emily Evans Erdman's book The World of Madeleine Castaing

mobilier néo classique très prisé de M.C

mobilier néo classique très prisé de M.C

#UOOnCampus #UOContest

#UOOnCampus #UOContest

Simpático y curioso estante de libros.

Simpático y curioso estante de libros.

Through the French eye of design: MADELEINE CASTAING

Through the French eye of design: MADELEINE CASTAING

Madeleine Castaing home sapphire blue a signature color for her featured in Emily Evans book " The World of Madeleine Castaing" . She was a legendary decorator in France who "created her own look that was a unique blend of Neoclassicism, Proustian Romanticism and pure wit' (quote from book)

Madeleine Castaing home sapphire blue a signature color for her featured in Emily Evans book " The World of Madeleine Castaing" . She was a legendary decorator in France who "created her own look that was a unique blend of Neoclassicism, Proustian Romanticism and pure wit' (quote from book)

The curtains in designer Jean-Paul Beaujard’s dining room in his Manhattan duplex are made from a vintage fabric by Madeleine Castaing (September 2011). Photo: Miguel Flores-Vianna

The curtains in designer Jean-Paul Beaujard’s dining room in his Manhattan duplex are made from a vintage fabric by Madeleine Castaing (September 2011). Photo: Miguel Flores-Vianna

Madeleine Castaing, Library/Lounge (Second Floor) - Lèves - Chartres, France (Source: Rizzoli)

Madeleine Castaing, Library/Lounge (Second Floor) - Lèves - Chartres, France (Source: Rizzoli)

Oscar de la Renta's New York Apartment by Denning & Fourcade HG Dec 1985 Oberto Gili

Oscar de la Renta's New York Apartment by Denning & Fourcade HG Dec 1985 Oberto Gili

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