Originally designed by Daniel Marot in 1710, this surface is, quite literally, fit for royalty. Daniel Marot was a Parisian architect, furniture designer and engraver famed for producing the interiors of palaces, castles and stately homes throughout Paris and London. Birds, flowers and botanical patterning are intricately depicted by Lutson Goudleer, a French design studio renowned for using traditional techniques.
H76.5cm x W61.5cm
Leather, metal leaf, paint
Custom colour available
Based in France, Lutson Goudleer is a refined leatherworking studio specialising in resplendent gilded, embossed and hand painted leathers.
Founded in the early 1980s, this unique studio takes influence from the majesty and prestige of 16th and 17th century design from Flanders, Holland and Spain.
Lutson Goudleer set the standard for contemporary gilt leather, crafting highly intricate, visually stunning surfaces that have graced the walls, upholstery and interiors of palaces, stately homes and prestigious locations around the world.