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Solid oak desk by Hoon Moreau, furniture sculptor.
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Metaphysics 2020 B

Hoon Moreau

A massive base, like a meteorite, with discreet drawers opposes the thinness of the top, bringing lightness and allure to this new creation.

Console in solid oak, sculpted and stained, by Hoon Moreau.
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Metaphysics 2020 C

Hoon Moreau

2 opposite shapes joined together at 3 points to give this oak console a perfect balance. With this creation, the artist approaches a metaphysical reflection on the forms and the meaning to give to his work. 

Pedestal table in flake lacquer and in shaded lacquer, by Nicolas Aubagnac
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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.

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

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.

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.

Rhodes spare table - brass

Nicolas Aubagnac

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

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.

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.

Brain d'ébène

Marc Raimbault

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

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.

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.

An imposing creation in oak, carved and dyed in mass, by Hoon Moreau, French sculptor.

Dolomite

Hoon Moreau

Volume in oak carved and tinted in the mass, in Chinese ink for a deep black. The back is worked like a relief with a golden slit on the leaf, reminiscent of the stream's course between the rocks.