Design Touch: Season 1
Designers, architects and fashion designers exclusively show you around their lofts, castles and country houses. See dream places, guest houses, boutique hotels: "Design Touch" gives you its choicest addresses.
He's a designer, a photographer, and graphic artist - and if all that weren't enough, Rafic Farah then became an architect to build his house in San Paolo.
Marc Bretillot is a culinary designer. A food aesthete - and he's created a superb kitchen for himself. The rest of the house is just as delicious. This house is also a hobby.
A Touch of Gold
Born in Alicante but Parisian by choice, designer Maloles invites us to visit her apartment. Two pretty interiors in the loveliest of Parisian places - café Carlu and the Mini Palais.
Zen in the Bay
Like on a white page, decorator Fabrice Diomart has managed to create an elegant mix of styles, this is his apartment. Two designers, one story. The Campana brothers, original, brilliant Brazilian designers.
A minimalist apartment on the River Rio. Decorated by Frenchman Jean-Luc Boucharenc. Teatime in sweet little places, unpretentious but deliciously cosy.
The Art of Elegance
Elegant, feminine and immaculate, all words that epitomise designer Eymele Burgaud's apartment.And an object endowed with essential charms: the dressing table.
The Gallery Owner's Home
Eric Allart has been an amateur of objects since childhood. This passionate gallery owner, decorator and antique dealer greets us in his home.
A Master's Design
Antoni Arola is one of the leading designers of his generation. He's Spanish, and he's opening the doors to his loft for us in Barcelona.
An apartment may be the occasion for a meeting, as with Mark and his architect, Christophe Perichon, for instance.
A guided tour for landlubbers, today we're going on board a yacht.
The Arvor and Mayet are two small, unpretentious and very successful Parisian hotels.
Katinka is a unique character. She has fixed up for herself a refined and feminine mini-palace. A theatre that suits her wonderfully.
A Home of Sophistication
William Berthe loves beautiful fabrics, his small house in Normandy is a so-phisticated cocoon. Two deco restaurants, two spots at opposite ends of Europe for those in a flat spin.
In Barcelona, artist Pepa Reverter knew how to turn the flaws of an old industrial space to his advantage: bright and colorful, but not too much.
Jaime Hayon wows us. The Spanish designer has a taste for theatrics and games. When designing, he has a sense of humor you can't just let pass you by.
Clean and bright, a description of Morten Jensen's danish apartment, a gem of simplicity and organization in Copenhagen.
Hotels also get their makeover. Unkempt and outmoded, this small establishment undergoes a chic face lift to reveal at last all of its charms.