logoJean Nicolas Boulmier
Artist Decorative Painter
Temple protestant
As soon as I saw it, this place inspired me. I advised on all the decorative elements: Fake stone on the pillars, friezes and ogives (made of staff because at the time "Eiffel", the structures were metallic then dressed with plaster ornamentation) * Fake rusty steel on the souls on the ceilings, the columns and the rosette (idea of trompe l'oeil never made to date elsewhere) * Raising of glazed vermeil (nor gold, no money but in between) in the balustrade windows, window surrounds and all the back gallery walls (effects of large pearly flat areas) * Choice of the different plain beiges transmitted to the painters in buildings. With the help of my colleagues by trade, we were able to imitate traditional materials such as stone and metal to ensure and complete the soul of the place without fantasy or overloads. This atmosphere seems natural thanks to the play of tones on tones between stone and beige. In view of the importance and impact of such a renovation within the Protestant brotherhood, I would like to thank the leaders for trusting me from beginning to end.

58 rue de Lille, Paris 7ème

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