The olfactory universe of Maison Francis Kurkdjian is a palette of fragrances worked as colors.
Interior Perfumes are not carbon copies of the Eau de Toilette or the Eau de Parfum lines, but rather a reworking of the core floral notes that comprise a fragrance: a bouquet of white flowers for Aqua Universalis, orange flowers for APOM, rose for Lumiere Noire. Just as one might like blue, one walks through its nuances. Everything functions in a familial spirit of complementarity.
Each product in the line of Perfumes for the Interior responds to a movement and a moment of particular fragrance: A slow distillation of fragrance into the air from a candle; immediate from a spray; playful and convenient from Incense Paperthese are three different dispersions for the same scent.
Each candle sits on a base of zinc with an underside of felt which allows the candle to be set without damage or sound, even on fragile surfaces. The product line contains three perfumed varieties:
- Aqua Universalis Perfumed Candle 'Photophore': Bouquet of White Flowers 13.6 ounces
- APOM Perfumed Candle 'Photophore': Orange Flowers 13.6 ounces
- Lumiere Noire Perfumed Candle 'Photophore': Rose 13.6 ounces
About Maison Francis Kurkdjian:
Paris-born Francis Kurkdjian is revered as one of the world's most talented perfumers; he worked behind the scenes for many years, creating fragrances for fashion houses such as Yves Saint Laurent, Giorgio Armani, Versace, Dior, and Jean Paul Gaultier. In 2009, he introduced his own fragrance house, Maison Francis Kurkdjian, and created an alluring collection of scents. The acclaimed perfumer draws inspiration from his hometown, the City of Light.