Art Nouveau is an artistic movement employed in design, architecture and visual arts, which emerged in the first part of the 20th century, and still leaves an important imprint on interior design today. The Art Nouveau style reveals itself as a combination of artistic decorative baroque details with organic touches, feminine curves, and elongated leaf-inspired aesthetics. The Jnane Tamsna loves to incorporate in within Moroccan inspired spaces, L’Hotel Grand Amour owns some unique vintage pieces: Art Nouveau can boost any contemporary design into an even sophisticated one.
This round gold vase is a shining example of Moroccan craftsmanship. The copper-plated metal is hand-hammered once the vase has been shaped, by local artisans. And their attention to detail shows in the delicately flared rim and expertly executed shape. This piece comes in two sizes – medium or large. And both are a bright idea. Medium’s great for smaller bunches of flowers, or as a standalone decorative piece. While the larger size is perfect for bigger blooms.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, what’s the best ashtray of all? A vintage one, designed in the 1930s by Jean Luce – famed glassware expert and ceramicist designer. A truly classic piece crafted from antique mirrored glass, its larger size makes this piece perfect as a cigar ashtray or trinket tray. Use it to bring character to the top of modern furniture, or to complete your collection of vintage home accessories. The striking mirrored finish will make it stand out however you style it. Unique vintage piece
Its woven top and antique-effect gold frame aren’t the only things that set this Moroccan bench apart. It’s crafted by hand, and is an original design by Meryanne Loum-Martin – developed exclusively for her boutique hotel Jnane Tamsna in Marrakech. Naturally, it has Moroccan style covered – thanks to its metallic frame and geometric sculptural details at each end. And it’ll make a comfy seat in a hallway or living room, with its padded, woven top.
Interior designer Meryanne Loum-Martin is the definition of a bright spark: she designed this industrial large lamp herself, especially for her boutique hotel Jnane Tamsna in Marrakech. She works with local Moroccan artisans to make sure her design is executed to perfection – it’s handmade using time-honoured techniques. The semi-globe shape and dark metal meets brass finish helps this table lamp tread genres – it’s got Moroccan glam covered, but with an industrial edge. It’ll brighten up any interior style.
Set your table soaring with this set of 6 industrial style ribbed glasses. They’re from the Zinc collection – Fabrice Gibilaro was inspired by aircraft engines when he designed this glassware collection for the oldest traditional art glass maker in Europe, Verrerie La Rochère (founded in 1475). And the traditional glass maker used a pressed glass technique to bring the grooved idea to life. They’re thick and durable, and because of their short, wide shape, they’re a practical everyday addition to your collection. Crafted in France