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Madura is a small interior design brand that naturally includes in its collection the kind of small objects and beautiful fabrics that we like. It’s easy to choose one or several elements to create an original space, which, when combined with a colour or a print, will make all the difference. Tempted to try this tailor-made composition game for itself, The Socialite Family imagined Café Madura for Madura! A pop-up space in a very beautiful Parisian boutique in the 8th arrondissement, at 6 Rue Tronchet until 14 October 2017. From the shop window to the first floor, make way for the madness of deconstruction. Whether you come to sip a coffee or admire the Jungle Birds prints specially chosen for the occasion, everything is topsy turvy, reinvented, lost and then found again. Being little known for its tableware range, Madura finds itself catapulted into the spotlight as an actor in its own right in a smart original lifestyle, thanks to Café Madura. Everything begins in the double sphere, visible from the outside of the shop: a gentle superposition that sees a Cavallo armchair and a vintage light fitting follow each other as in a dining room except that the curtains are reinvented as the tablecloth – when they’re not frames – and the table becomes a weird sculpture. Like a story within a story breaking the rules, Café Madura lives up to its promises by taking visitors into a world they could never have imagined. An original experience created by a selection designed to transport you.
Café Madura by The Socialite Family, to find out until 14 October 2017 only at 6 rue Tronchet – 75008 Paris.
Being little known for its tableware range, Madura finds itself catapulted into the spotlight as an actor in its own right in a smart original lifestyle, thanks to Café Madura.