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.
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Half way between past and present, the corseted chest of drawers is suggestive of a certain refinement.
With a nod to Escher's work, depth becomes width then depth again ...
The Orion cabinet is reminiscent of Renaissance cabinets that were at the time entirely carved in ebony, a symbol of power and wealth.
Vestiges of an encounter ... male and female footprints.
Choosing to marry ebony with green slate, this is a study in the harmony between wood and stone.
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.
A major opera fan, Nicolas Aubagnac designed the Atys console table to evoke musical staves with its marquetry inlay strip.
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.
The spatial arrangement of the cubes resting on their bench, creating uncluttered eyelines, recalls the lightness of Japanese furniture.
Springing from the juxtaposition of identical geometric shapes, Tatoo is the result of explorations of its embossed checkerboard trim.