Theatrical in Paris

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Interior architect, Oscar Ono graduated in art history. “From my earliest age, I moved all the furniture around the room in the House of my parents. My mother was “mad”! I think it was my vocation, something innate. I always wanted to do this job, create moods, and express my sense of aesthetics. The sceneries I create are all different depending on the place, its history, and the client.” Once the door closes on the small courtyard in Paris, we enter into his universe, dark but suitably light, intimate and theatrical. The living room takes advantage of the large plate glass windows, and other parts become animated, through the different lamps and spots, that are widely used. Writer Christine Besson - christinebesson@wanadoo.fr

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