An interior designer, Charles Tassin has developped a very personal approach to decoration, convincingly and tastefully playing with the paradox of Neoclacissism.
In the wake of the 1940-70s’ designers, Tassin shows a strong attachment to 20th century’s Decorative Arts. As a connoisseur of arts and crafts, he restructures the spaces, alters the perspectives, while respecting the history of the places with a great sense of modernity.
His attention to light, texture, and details, as well as a keen sense of luxury and a certain way of life, keeps him away from today’s Minimalism.
Thanks to Tassin, we rediscover the relaxed and glamourous signature of French-style elegance.