1865 LA MAISON
HEIRLOOM PIECES THAT ARE BEYOND FURNITURE.
A MODERN INTERPRETATION OF AGE OLD SKILLS & CRAFTSMANSHIP TO BRING OUT THE UNIQUE BEAUTY OF THE MATERIALS USED AND THE DESIGN PROCESS.
1865 IS THE FIRST KNOWN DATE OF THE ARCHIVABLE FAMILY HISTORY OF THE FOUNDER LUBNA ALLANA.
In her design process, heritage and provenance are highly respected, from ethically-sourced materials, ensuring the artisans she works with are treated with the utmost respect and best conditions to ensure the most sustainable operation that allows for the ultimate in craft in each step of the process.
In resemblance to the ancient city of Jodhpur, the high back throne chairs consist of intricate engravings in gilded gold leaf.
Deer Console Cabinet
In resemblance to its name is a finely handcrafted console in ivory white makrana marble, with a sculpture of a 3D deer visible on either side. This delicate craftsmanship has been nurtured through 1865 to sustain dying skills and ensure these artisanal talents live on.