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Vincent Farelly & Jean-Baptiste Martin

Before printed rolls were invented, the first wallpapers, known as “domino papers,” were rectangles of hand-coloured, block-printed paper that were glued together then stuck on the wall. In 2012, Vincent and Jean-Baptiste, trained paper conservators, working on the restoration of an old house in France, decided to learn how to make and apply these domino papers themselves. The result convinced them of the technique’s potential for contemporary interiors, and À Paris Chez Antoinette Poisson was born.