Inspiration for the Hélène Aumont Collection draws upon a life rich in serendipity. Selecting the graceful curves of la ligne féminine and the strong structural components of la ligne masculine, the collection embodies the psyche and soma of Hélène Aumont. Born in Paris in 1962, Hélène spent much of her time with her artist grandfather, Pierre Henry de Bressac, a painter who specialized in watercolor and drilled her in the “3 C's”: color, composition, and candor. It was not until Hélène arrived in LA that she began to pursue and embrace her passion for design as a full-time profession. The addition of her home-furnishings and lighting lines was a natural progression of her desire for detail and love of whimsy and fantasy, resulting in a line that is as beautiful as it is unusual.Inspiration for the Hélène Aumont Collection draws upon a life rich in serendipity. Selecting the graceful curves of and the strong structural components of
Pair of outdoor ship lanterns with heavy bronze
bases and brass shades covering a thick sealed milk glass bulb cover. Polished and converted to table lamps, unwired; circa 1965.Fred Bernstein developed an interest in interiors during his years as a ...
A pair of doors salvaged off of an
old cabinet or stove. Made up of a frame of heavy gilt bronze and has centers of cut and etched brass. The doors are fastened together to create a wall hanging. The ...
Two decorative metal cats with long tails. The
black cat is bronze and designed by Walter Bosse for Wiener Werkstaette in the 1920s or '30s. The gold cat is brass and created from a mold. Date and designer unknown. Bronze, ...