Inspired by the work of famous interior designers such as Pierre Chareau and Carlo Scarpa, Rodolphe Parente decided to study interior design and product design. He studied at Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts of Dijo, Ecole Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs and École Cantonale d’Art de Lausanne.
Rodolphe Parente is in constant pursuit for sense of detail, savoir-faire and quality of construction. In order to touch the right tone for his creations, Rodolphe places the user at the center of an artistic process expressing emotions through the quality of drawing. His designs are inspired by everyday life and an intimate mixture of textures and artistic feelings.
Oscar Ono Paris
Between light and shadow, wood is given pride of place through an incredible puzzle that enhances the geometrical structure. Inspired by American fleet patterns, this unique visual universe turns out to be quite pictorial, vibrant and fun. In this casually sophisticated decor, Hungarian point parquet highlights the elegance of white wood and of brushed and textured wood blackened with ink. A strong visual identity thus stems from this bespoke creation reminiscent of a work of art, like a tribute to pop culture and Miami’s arty spirit. Chiaroscuro emphasizes the dazzle of black and white through high quality materials and a sensation of movement that perfectly enhances the beauty of woodwork. This custom booth integrate a walnut sideboard and a woven leather bench created by designer Mark Albrecht.