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Insight School of Interior Design takes students to Paris

by Sophie Cullen on Jul 23, 2015 in Interiors
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Insight School of Interior Design Hong Kong has recently taken a group of its students on a unique trip to Paris

With the assistance of its art and design expert, Côme Remy, the school took students on a selection of bespoke encounters in the French capital, opening doors to spaces not often seen by the public. The visits included meetings with Parisian artists, collectors and gallery owners and sought to equip students with a deeper understanding of the industry with particular reference to the aesthetics of the city.

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Highlights of the trip included a private tour of design maven Coco Chanel’s apartment and a range of sessions with artisans working for top international designers such as Atelier Brugier, Guillaume Feau and Lison de Caunes. Balancing learning and leisure, the group was also treated to a range of cooking displays, boutique shopping experiences and other cultural happenings.

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