Marcel Zelmanovitch Home

Marcel Zelmanovitch, founder of Galerie Diurne, acquired this 18th-century farmhouse in the Occitanie region of France in 2008. Together with his wife, Yolande, they rehabilitated the place, transforming it into a second home where the couple can escape Paris and welcome their four children and their families.

Jean-Louis Deniot Miami

Jean-Louis Deniot, a reference in interior design for two decades, works closely with Galerie Diurne to create timeless interiors, skilfully blending the ancient with the modern. A shared passion for rugs, considered essential works of art, unites Deniot and Galerie Diurne.

Collège de France

For the renovation of one of its historic buildings, the prestigious Collège de France chose Galerie Diurne to create the rugs for its reading rooms. Under the direction of architect Jacques Moussafir, the design studio imagined a décor, which will adapt to the colors of each room. This project is a perfect illustration of Galerie […]