For the 8th edition, AD Interieurs, AD Magazine celebrates crafstmanship by focusing on primal materials, essential element in the highly crafted field of interior decor. With the help of their team of skilled artisans, the selected designers breath new life into wood, leather, ceramic and hand-painted wallpaper, refinining and innovating thier original qualities.Mathieu Lehanneurused travertine, pink and green marbles to create a Marble Room where ancient Roman and Greek-inspired sculpture shine under an ultramodern lighting system and seamlessly blend with graphite tables and experimental chairs. Teaming up with renowned French Maison de Gournay, expert in the realization of hand-painted wallpapers, textiles and porcelain, Oitemponto presents an exclusive wallpaper entirely handmade in the Gournay’s atelier upon Artur Miranda an Jacques Bec’s drawings. Also Daniel Suduca and Thierry Mrilloufocus on walls in a different yet equally elaborate way. The Toulouse-based designers created a special tapestry embroidered with ceramic elements like a couture dress, that envelops a livingroom furnished with pieces in Neoclassical style. The Belle Epoque opulence and its fascination with exotic countries and rare manufacts comes back to life inside Gert Voorjans eclectic walk-in closet. With playful extravaganza Thomas Broog turns a ladies powder room into a marine rock cave entirely carved in mother of pearl and embellished with shells, while Maurizio Galante and Tal Lancmancreate a psychedelic bedroom in pure surrealist spirit. By featuring different styles and personalities AD Interieurs 2017 catches the trends and different nounaces that define the aesthetic sensibility of our era.