Charlotte Biltgen hosts Atelier Alain Ellouz
Courcelles is a location were synergies and encounters happen
Inaugurated in September 2021 and located across Parc Monceau, this apartment functions as a private salon, reserved for showing Charlotte Biltgen’s furniture line and other art objects. The showroom is warm and intimate. Charlotte Biltgen fully redesigned this apartment, a bright and modern place that she brings to life by mixing her own creations with that of other celebrated designers and artists who share her values and sensitivity. In this spirit of encounters and synergy, Charlotte Biltgen hosts our latest designs.
The entrance, inspired by the 1930s
Intricate marble work and gadrooned plaster molding are the focal points of this Art Deco inspired entrance. Our Manhattan pendant light, MY wall light and Gama table lamp, all backlit alabaster pieces, procure a subtle and elegant lighting.
In the entrance, Manhattan pendant light, Gama table lamp and the new MY wall light by Atelier Alain Ellouz. Moonlight console by Charlotte Biltgen
A signature living room
The living room is emblematic of the Charlotte Biltgen style, one that always respects the perfect balance between volumes and contours. With its two luminous alabaster disks, our BONNIE & CLYDE sits majestically atop Charlotte Biltgen’s TWIN console.
Bonnie lamp by Atelier Alain Ellouz. Twin console, Moonlight table and Ecume sofa by Charlotte Biltgen. Résilience wall light sculpture by Marie Jeunet. Flow, wall art by Martin Bergé.
Behind the Eileen sofa stands our FANTASY floor lamp composed of three alabaster pieces of different heights held together at the center by a gilded metal band. FANTASY structures the space thanks to the light diffused from the stone and to the direct light projected from its ends.
Fantasy floor light and Clyde lamp by Atelier Alain Ellouz.
Riviera and Orta coffee tables.
Ecume sofa by Charlotte Biltgen.
The kitchen area, refined and sophisticated
The kitchen resonates with the entrance with elegance, white-gray tones and Art Deco inspiration. Featuring a feminine design combining curves and natural materials, the Monceau table by Charlotte sits at the center of the kitchen. Timeless and refined, our prototype wall light creates a visual and architectural break in the decor from where it hangs on the kitchen wall. Inspired by the SUMATRA model, this wall light creates an optical illusion with its two thin alabaster cylinders of different diameters. The piece offers a diffuse light coming through the stone of the main cylinder and a direct light from the opening where the two cylinders join.
This first collaboration marks our shared desire to cross-fertilize our know-how and work together on a more lasting basis to potentially create pieces such as alabaster furniture for example.
Charlotte Biltgen – Designer and Interior Architect. Marion Biais-Sauvêtre – Artistic Director and Production Manager at Atelier Alain Ellouz. Alain Ellouz – Founder and Director of Atelier Alain Ellouz.
Visits by appointment
Courcelles Showroom – 66 boulevard de Courcelles, Paris 17e