Jazzing up some 21st-century classics

1st April, 2018
Jazzing up some 21st-century classics
Zelouf + Bell Koi Noir low table is made of bog oak

In 1990, New Yorker Susan Zelouf was singing jazz in the Café de Paris in Rome. Captivated in the crowd, Belfast-born Michael Bell requested “a happy ballad”. She obliged with Embraceable You, and Cupid’s arrow zoomed home.

As it happens, the couple have a combined background in arts and engineering. Two decades on, Zelouf + Bell are Ireland’s leading design partnership, their award- winning, handcrafted furnishings gracing homes in Paris, New...

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