Trot to it. Jacques Adnet Furniture masterfully combined leather, glass, and equestrian elements to create a dashingly refined mix.
Credited as both a classist and Modernist, Jacques Adnet is best known for his fashion-forward take on Art Deco style. Directing such talents as Charlotte Perriand throughout the course of his career, he created pieces that were evocative of the Art Deco era, but also played to rustic outposts of horsemanship. The later was perhaps a direct result of a partnership with Hermès in the 1950s. During this time, Jacques Adnet pieces included leather-covered desks and cabinets—sumptuous, yet candidly refined.