The Japandi style harmonises the simplicity and exceptional craftsmanship found in both Japanese and Scandinavian design. This stunning private residence in Victoria, British Columbia, is a true embodiment of this lyrical aesthetic, and we knew that the collection we chose for our clients needed to sit in dialogue with the space itself.
For this reason, as much as thinking about the artists we wanted to collaborate with, we really considered the visual aspects of each work. Call us perfectionists, but we knew we had to ensure each would fit perfectly with Vancouver-based interior designer Andrea Rodman’s concept.
Victoria, BC – Canada
Andrea Rodman Interiors
Ema Peters Photography
Highlights of our carefully considered collection include a two-metre high work by the multi-disciplinary Belgian artist Jean Boghossian, which we placed as a statement piece in the understated living room. Work by Sun Young Min was placed in the dining area, in conversation with two fine-art photographs from Brooke Holms. A striking abstract by Canadian painter Bobbie Burgers, and Expressionist work by Swiss artist Pia Fries also stand out on the walls.
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