Collector’s Extravagance

This principle combines the celebration of life so familiar to everyone and the pleasure that is the exclusive preserve of the connoisseur. In a celebration of life, price is usually irrelevant; the only thing that matters is authenticity. In turn, the enjoyment that one derives from distinguishing the genuine article from the fake ignites a collector’s passion.
A private collection not a museum.
A collector does not serve a single institution, and he is not obliged to pander to the impressions of magazine readers regarding the imaginary purity of styles. Therefore, a collector can afford to have eclectic taste, because he has no reason to deny himself anything. At the same time, the harmony of the collection is defined by the high quality standard of each of its items.
Refined selection
Just when it seems that everything has already been seen and tried out, refined selection is what gives each detail a new context and added value. Global order in this tradition is illustrated by the diversity of materials, the diversity brought by nature and the symbiosis of the various elements.
Taste and curiosity
Russia’s long-standing Empress Catherine the Great was aware of this, she who was transformed into a legendary icon of style not by her position, but by her refined taste and curiosity. Her private collection laid the foundation for the State Hermitage, one of the biggest art museums in the world. The eclectic diversity of the Hermitage’s exhibition is balanced in full by its impressive architecture.
The Second Empire brought the heritage of Ancient Rome and Egypt to life in European culture, while Rococo introduced Chinese porcelain to the interior of its day. To collectors, that, which one ignorant of details might nowadays describe as excessive abundance, is an absolute work of art.
Chevron
The ornate golden floral border made from Brazilian oak enriches the seemingly simple Chevron parquet pattern.
A tasteful boudoir
Reserved elegance characterises the boudoir of the lady of the mansion. The winding flowers only reveal themselves in the imprint of the seal on the parquet.
Natural colours
One of six staircases in a restored wooden private house. The splendour of floral ornaments synonymous with Art Nouveau has solely been achieved through the natural tones of various carefully selected types of wood. The designer of all three extravagant interiors is Larisa Pomeščikova.
Parquet patterns
This is not and cannot be the place for specific samples of a particular style. This style knows practically no borders, for everything depends upon the client’s unique preferences. And courage! Courage is obligatory here!

Chevron

The ornate golden floral border made from Brazilian oak enriches the seemingly simple Chevron parquet pattern.

A tasteful boudoir

Reserved elegance characterises the boudoir of the lady of the mansion. The winding flowers only reveal themselves in the imprint of the seal on the parquet.

Natural colours

One of six staircases in a restored wooden private house. The splendour of floral ornaments synonymous with Art Nouveau has solely been achieved through the natural tones of various carefully selected types of wood. The designer of all three extravagant interiors is Larisa Pomeščikova.
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