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PaperCity Dallas October 2022

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L 'Atelier Paris Haute Design, a French heritage brand founded in 1830 in the country that beget haute cuisine, has a legacy of handcrafting some of the world's fines cooking ranges. A new 4,000-square-foot showroom has opened in the Dallas Design District, offering professional-grade bespoke ranges, appliances, cabinetry, and fixtures. Ranges, available in three designs (classic, transitional, and contemporary), are made to measure with customizable colors, finishes, materials, and accessories, including the company's signature French fleur-de-lis. The blue hues alone total 25 choices, from palest French blue to a vibrant Yves Klein hue. L'Atelier Paris was acquired in 2019 by CEO Ricardo Moraes, who relaunched the company with showrooms in New York, Miami, and Los Angeles; London and Paris showrooms will follow soon. L'Atelier Paris Haute Design, The International, 150 Turtle Creek Blvd., Rebecca Sherman Gallic Gourmand Southern Table F innish artist Liisi Beckmann, one of the few women working in industrial design during the '60s and '70s, studied under the great Tapio Wirkkala at the Institute of industrial Art in Helsinki. She spent most of her career in Milan, where in 1966 she designed her most recognizable furniture: Karelia, inspired by the Scandinavian landscape. The rippled, undulating modular seating made from dense foam and elastic fabric became an icon of design, even if her name did not. Italian manufacturer Zanotta has reintroduced Karelia, now in nine colors. Karelia by Liisi Beckmann for Zanotta, at Scott + Cooner, RS RIPPLE EFFECT L ike every stylish Southern girl, Dallas designer Lisa Fine loves to set a beautiful table and reupholster a great old chair. Born in Mississippi and educated at The Hockaday School in Dallas, Fine is also a globetrotting tastemaker with a line of hand-blocked textiles inspired by her many travels to India. Her new Mame tablecloths for Reed Smythe & Company — the Nashville store that specializes in tabletop goods — are a moody take on a classic moire pattern for the holidays. Mame tablecloths in spinel or emerald, $475, at RS Mame tablecloth by Lisa Fine for Reed Smyth & Company L'Atelier Paris Haute Design kitchen Karelia, designed in 1966 by Liisi Beckmann for Zanotta

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