SELECTION

  • Newly added
  • Furniture
  • Lighting
  • Object
  • New

Stella Lamp

Nicolas Aubagnac

The Stella lamp was created as a tribute to Luca Pacioli di Borgo, a Renaissance mathematician known for writing the 'Divina Proportione' printed in 1509.

Glass piece with green metallic reflections by the french artist Xavier Le Normand.
  • New

Scales - green

Xavier Le Normand

Piece of blown glass whose shape takes us to the depths of the ocean. The surface patterns like fish scales. reveal the green metallic reflections of the 2nd layer of glass. 

  • New

Moon - ceiling lamp

SB26

Like a gallows with three-lamps, two of which are articulated satellites, the Moon ceiling lamp plays with the plasticity of metal and balances in space, in a style full of rhythm and graphic design.

  • New

Connected Red

Daphné Corregan

Moving from one volume to another, creating movement, we find in "Connected red" the theme of containers and connection, which inspires the artist's work.

Pedestal table in flake lacquer and in shaded lacquer, by Nicolas Aubagnac
  • New

Comète Pedestal table - blue

Nicolas Aubagnac

The smooth and delicately degraded lacquer on the base captures the light. She comes to question the granular and mineral lacquer of the table top.

Pedestal table in flake lacquer and in shaded lacquer, by Nicolas Aubagnac
  • New

Comète Pedestal table - black and brown

Nicolas Aubagnac

The smooth and delicately degraded lacquer on the base captures the light. She comes to question the granular and mineral lacquer of the table top.

Large bronze dish by the French sculptor and designer Jean Grisoni
  • New

Aleria dish

Jean Grisoni

With this dish, the folds formed in the material recall the song of the sea movement. The light of the 3 silver staples gives the piece an extra vibration.

Tyr Console

Nicolas Aubagnac

The minimalist design of the balusters of the Tyr console was inspired by the rhythmic geometry of the columns of the Segesta Temple in Sicily.

Tables enchantées The twins - Bronze

Hoon Moreau

A pair of tables in organic shapes, patinated in intense colors ranging from gilded bronze to black, evoking wooded undergrowth in fall colors.

Oak side table carved by Hoon Moreau, French sculptor.

Tables enchantées - les Doublettes

Hoon Moreau

Coffee table in solid oak with a base carved and stained in shades ranging from black to natural oak. The top has a sculpted slit, the artist's signature.

Table enchantée Ellipse - Wood

Hoon Moreau

Ellipse is a solid oak wood side table with a crack carved into the tabletop. Its base tinted in shades ranging from black to natural oak, evokes wooded undergrowth in fall colors.

Samson Console

Nicolas Aubagnac

The Samson console table conforms to the fundamental rules of the repetition of geometrical shapes, both simple and architectural, so dear to the designer's heart.

Rhodes spare table - brass

Nicolas Aubagnac

The shape of the Rhodes table reveals perfect proportions inspired by classical architecture.

Brain d'ébène

Marc Raimbault

Choosing to marry ebony with green slate, this is a study in the harmony between wood and stone.

Atys Console

Nicolas Aubagnac

A major opera fan, Nicolas Aubagnac designed the Atys console table to evoke musical staves with its marquetry inlay strip.

Torso Lamp

Marc Raimbault

The Torso lamp takes its architectural silhouette from the Turning Torso, a skyscraper in Malmö, Sweden, designed by architect Santiago Calatrava Valls.

Seti Lamp - "Mint Green" Shagreen

Nicolas Aubagnac

With its characteristic soft, svelte shape, this shagreen model is one of the latest variations on the Séti lamp first created in 2000.

Moon - wall bracket lamp

SB26

The latest Moon creation, this wall bracket lamp plays with the plasticity of metal and evolves in balance in space. A graphic and sober style.

Moon - floor reading lamp

SB26

Like an articulated gallows, the Moon floor reading lamp plays with the plasticity of metal and balance in space, in a style full of rhythm and graphic design.

Moon - floor lamp

SB26

Like a gallows with three-lamps, two of which are articulated satellites, the Moon floor lamp plays with the plasticity of metal and balances in space, in a style full of rhythm and graphic design.

Lamp by Nicolas Aubagnac, major designer of contemporary decorative arts

Luna lamp

Nicolas Aubagnac

Like a sphere delicately resting on a base with pearled motifs, Luna calls for contemplation.

Helios Lamp

Nicolas Aubagnac

As in Greek mythology, the Hélios lamp is a symbolic evocation of the sun.

Babel Lamp

Nicolas Aubagnac

This lamp evokes the unfinished tower, erected in the city of Babel, as found in the Book of Genesis - a marvel or a malediction?

Trio of ceramic vases by Daphne Corregan

Triptych

Daphné Corregan

Trio of vases with African influences.

Panel in wood by the sculptor Hoon Moreau

The inimitable ordinary 6

Hoon Moreau

Painting with cross influences of drawing, painting and sculpture.

Glass piece by  Xavier Le Normand, french glassblowing artist.

Scales - orange

Xavier Le Normand

Piece of blown glass whose shape takes us to the depths of the ocean. The surface patterns like fish scales reveal the metallic reflections of the 2nd layer of glass. 

Bronze candle holder by designer and sculptor Jean Grisoni

Santa Lucia Candle holder

Jean Grisoni

Bronze candle holder designed as a graphic game...

Contenir le vent 001

Brigitte Marionneau

In the series "Containing the Wind", the artist shares her taste for engraving, ink, architecture and the balance of forms.

Unique piece by contemporary ceramist Daphne Corregan

Construction 3

Daphné Corregan

With this creation, with its full and empty spaces, the artist wonders about how we live in the world...

Chapeau de sorcier

Pascal Oudet

Pascal Oudet transforms the raw oak into real lace. His creations are a subtle play of contrast between matter and light.

  • New

Stella Lamp

Nicolas Aubagnac

The Stella lamp was created as a tribute to Luca Pacioli di Borgo, a Renaissance mathematician known for writing the 'Divina Proportione' printed in 1509.

Glass piece with green metallic reflections by the french artist Xavier Le Normand.
  • New

Scales - green

Xavier Le Normand

Piece of blown glass whose shape takes us to the depths of the ocean. The surface patterns like fish scales. reveal the green metallic reflections of the 2nd layer of glass. 

  • New

Moon - ceiling lamp

SB26

Like a gallows with three-lamps, two of which are articulated satellites, the Moon ceiling lamp plays with the plasticity of metal and balances in space, in a style full of rhythm and graphic design.

  • New

Connected Red

Daphné Corregan

Moving from one volume to another, creating movement, we find in "Connected red" the theme of containers and connection, which inspires the artist's work.

Pedestal table in flake lacquer and in shaded lacquer, by Nicolas Aubagnac
  • New

Comète Pedestal table - blue

Nicolas Aubagnac

The smooth and delicately degraded lacquer on the base captures the light. She comes to question the granular and mineral lacquer of the table top.

Pedestal table in flake lacquer and in shaded lacquer, by Nicolas Aubagnac
  • New

Comète Pedestal table - black and brown

Nicolas Aubagnac

The smooth and delicately degraded lacquer on the base captures the light. She comes to question the granular and mineral lacquer of the table top.

Large bronze dish by the French sculptor and designer Jean Grisoni
  • New

Aleria dish

Jean Grisoni

With this dish, the folds formed in the material recall the song of the sea movement. The light of the 3 silver staples gives the piece an extra vibration.

SELECTION

  • Newly added
  • Furniture
  • Lighting
  • Object
  • New

Stella Lamp

Nicolas Aubagnac

The Stella lamp was created as a tribute to Luca Pacioli di Borgo, a Renaissance mathematician known for writing the 'Divina Proportione' printed in 1509.

Glass piece with green metallic reflections by the french artist Xavier Le Normand.
  • New

Scales - green

Xavier Le Normand

Piece of blown glass whose shape takes us to the depths of the ocean. The surface patterns like fish scales. reveal the green metallic reflections of the 2nd layer of glass. 

  • New

Moon - ceiling lamp

SB26

Like a gallows with three-lamps, two of which are articulated satellites, the Moon ceiling lamp plays with the plasticity of metal and balances in space, in a style full of rhythm and graphic design.

  • New

Connected Red

Daphné Corregan

Moving from one volume to another, creating movement, we find in "Connected red" the theme of containers and connection, which inspires the artist's work.

Pedestal table in flake lacquer and in shaded lacquer, by Nicolas Aubagnac
  • New

Comète Pedestal table - blue

Nicolas Aubagnac

The smooth and delicately degraded lacquer on the base captures the light. She comes to question the granular and mineral lacquer of the table top.

Pedestal table in flake lacquer and in shaded lacquer, by Nicolas Aubagnac
  • New

Comète Pedestal table - black and brown

Nicolas Aubagnac

The smooth and delicately degraded lacquer on the base captures the light. She comes to question the granular and mineral lacquer of the table top.

Large bronze dish by the French sculptor and designer Jean Grisoni
  • New

Aleria dish

Jean Grisoni

With this dish, the folds formed in the material recall the song of the sea movement. The light of the 3 silver staples gives the piece an extra vibration.

Tyr Console

Nicolas Aubagnac

The minimalist design of the balusters of the Tyr console was inspired by the rhythmic geometry of the columns of the Segesta Temple in Sicily.

Tables enchantées The twins - Bronze

Hoon Moreau

A pair of tables in organic shapes, patinated in intense colors ranging from gilded bronze to black, evoking wooded undergrowth in fall colors.

Oak side table carved by Hoon Moreau, French sculptor.

Tables enchantées - les Doublettes

Hoon Moreau

Coffee table in solid oak with a base carved and stained in shades ranging from black to natural oak. The top has a sculpted slit, the artist's signature.

Table enchantée Ellipse - Wood

Hoon Moreau

Ellipse is a solid oak wood side table with a crack carved into the tabletop. Its base tinted in shades ranging from black to natural oak, evokes wooded undergrowth in fall colors.

Samson Console

Nicolas Aubagnac

The Samson console table conforms to the fundamental rules of the repetition of geometrical shapes, both simple and architectural, so dear to the designer's heart.

Rhodes spare table - brass

Nicolas Aubagnac

The shape of the Rhodes table reveals perfect proportions inspired by classical architecture.

Brain d'ébène

Marc Raimbault

Choosing to marry ebony with green slate, this is a study in the harmony between wood and stone.

Atys Console

Nicolas Aubagnac

A major opera fan, Nicolas Aubagnac designed the Atys console table to evoke musical staves with its marquetry inlay strip.

Torso Lamp

Marc Raimbault

The Torso lamp takes its architectural silhouette from the Turning Torso, a skyscraper in Malmö, Sweden, designed by architect Santiago Calatrava Valls.

Seti Lamp - "Mint Green" Shagreen

Nicolas Aubagnac

With its characteristic soft, svelte shape, this shagreen model is one of the latest variations on the Séti lamp first created in 2000.

Moon - wall bracket lamp

SB26

The latest Moon creation, this wall bracket lamp plays with the plasticity of metal and evolves in balance in space. A graphic and sober style.

Moon - floor reading lamp

SB26

Like an articulated gallows, the Moon floor reading lamp plays with the plasticity of metal and balance in space, in a style full of rhythm and graphic design.

Moon - floor lamp

SB26

Like a gallows with three-lamps, two of which are articulated satellites, the Moon floor lamp plays with the plasticity of metal and balances in space, in a style full of rhythm and graphic design.

Lamp by Nicolas Aubagnac, major designer of contemporary decorative arts

Luna lamp

Nicolas Aubagnac

Like a sphere delicately resting on a base with pearled motifs, Luna calls for contemplation.

Helios Lamp

Nicolas Aubagnac

As in Greek mythology, the Hélios lamp is a symbolic evocation of the sun.

Babel Lamp

Nicolas Aubagnac

This lamp evokes the unfinished tower, erected in the city of Babel, as found in the Book of Genesis - a marvel or a malediction?

Trio of ceramic vases by Daphne Corregan

Triptych

Daphné Corregan

Trio of vases with African influences.

Panel in wood by the sculptor Hoon Moreau

The inimitable ordinary 6

Hoon Moreau

Painting with cross influences of drawing, painting and sculpture.

Glass piece by  Xavier Le Normand, french glassblowing artist.

Scales - orange

Xavier Le Normand

Piece of blown glass whose shape takes us to the depths of the ocean. The surface patterns like fish scales reveal the metallic reflections of the 2nd layer of glass. 

Bronze candle holder by designer and sculptor Jean Grisoni

Santa Lucia Candle holder

Jean Grisoni

Bronze candle holder designed as a graphic game...

Contenir le vent 001

Brigitte Marionneau

In the series "Containing the Wind", the artist shares her taste for engraving, ink, architecture and the balance of forms.

Unique piece by contemporary ceramist Daphne Corregan

Construction 3

Daphné Corregan

With this creation, with its full and empty spaces, the artist wonders about how we live in the world...

Chapeau de sorcier

Pascal Oudet

Pascal Oudet transforms the raw oak into real lace. His creations are a subtle play of contrast between matter and light.

  • New

Stella Lamp

Nicolas Aubagnac

The Stella lamp was created as a tribute to Luca Pacioli di Borgo, a Renaissance mathematician known for writing the 'Divina Proportione' printed in 1509.

Glass piece with green metallic reflections by the french artist Xavier Le Normand.
  • New

Scales - green

Xavier Le Normand

Piece of blown glass whose shape takes us to the depths of the ocean. The surface patterns like fish scales. reveal the green metallic reflections of the 2nd layer of glass. 

  • New

Moon - ceiling lamp

SB26

Like a gallows with three-lamps, two of which are articulated satellites, the Moon ceiling lamp plays with the plasticity of metal and balances in space, in a style full of rhythm and graphic design.

  • New

Connected Red

Daphné Corregan

Moving from one volume to another, creating movement, we find in "Connected red" the theme of containers and connection, which inspires the artist's work.

Pedestal table in flake lacquer and in shaded lacquer, by Nicolas Aubagnac
  • New

Comète Pedestal table - blue

Nicolas Aubagnac

The smooth and delicately degraded lacquer on the base captures the light. She comes to question the granular and mineral lacquer of the table top.

Pedestal table in flake lacquer and in shaded lacquer, by Nicolas Aubagnac
  • New

Comète Pedestal table - black and brown

Nicolas Aubagnac

The smooth and delicately degraded lacquer on the base captures the light. She comes to question the granular and mineral lacquer of the table top.

Large bronze dish by the French sculptor and designer Jean Grisoni
  • New

Aleria dish

Jean Grisoni

With this dish, the folds formed in the material recall the song of the sea movement. The light of the 3 silver staples gives the piece an extra vibration.

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