Thursday, September 25, 2014


Jacques Garcia, renowned architect and interior designer, has made his life into a work of art.  A lover of art and history, he is also at heart a collector with an exceptional talent for bringing out the soul of places.  His signature style is an exotic mix of 17th and 18th century references based upon his French heritage. His work speaks boldly and with uncommon impact.  His style stands out around the world as the hallmark of luxury and glamour.

This man of genius created a work of art with the Selman Palace Hotel in Marrakech, Morocco.  The 56 room Moorish Palace at the foot of the Atlas Mountains is elegant and sumptuous.  Architectural details such as mosaics, high arches and columns are complemented by Garcia's plush interiors and high-voltage palette of rose reds, ochres, lemon yellows and regal purples.  Selman Marrakech offers a unique experience founded on innovative luxury and equestrian passion.  Stables house 16 beautiful Arabian horses that can be used by guests for treks.


In his collection for Baker Furniture, he takes your breath away once again with his larger than life spirit and sense of soul.  He is expressive and energetic.  He is optimistic and inspired.  And it's that enthusiasm that makes this collection so alive and so full of desire.

"The rules of beauty defined by the antique world are a solid foundation-unique, perfect and unparalleled-on which I rest without ever getting bored or disappointed.  Perfect knowledge of those rules is what releases new creativity in me.  Its codes are found in the elegance of proportions, in the studs of sofas and beds, and desks and coffee tables; in the wrought-iron X of antique bases, in the clover shape of Gothic churches... The pieces are a mix of very different, or even opposite universes coming together, to invite everyone to be themselves." - Jacques Garcia 

 St. James Sofa with Trefle Accent Tables

 Atrium Chaise

 Cristobal Chest

 Le Lion Stand - perfect amount of whimsy mixed with classical bold details

 Atrium Chair - a delicate saber leg and scroll detail on the side

 Kampa Oval Desk

 Triplette Ottoman 

 Beaujolais Table

Marat Dining Chair

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