Matt /gloss, brown / green of grey, the artist likes contrasts and works on his patinas in search of the perfect balance.
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Whether his pieces are made of blown glass in single or double layer, sculpted, striated or simply polished or patinated, Xavier Le Normand reveals in his creations the sensuality of the material.
The sea and the nature more generally are the creator's sources of inspiration. Its blues, blacks, reds, the shapes they develop, plunge us into the universe of the ocean and the seabed. He likes to say that he is a transmitter: each work is a focus, an observation of the little things in life: a pebble, traces on the sand, corals...
Pascal Oudet transforms the raw oak into real lace. His creations are a subtle play of contrast between matter and light.
In the series "Containing the Wind", the artist shares her taste for engraving, ink, architecture and the balance of forms.
In Greek mythology, the winds are submitted to Aeolus, who holds them captive or unleashes them. With the Black Aeolus series, the artist textured his feathers to give the illusion of movement and depth, evoking with force storms, tornadoes, shipwrecks.
A lake in the undergrowth, roots just breaking the surface of the water... the artist brings outdoor nature into our homes.
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.
With its characteristic soft, svelte shape, this shagreen model is one of the latest variations on the Séti lamp first created in 2000.
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.
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.
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.
Double-walled vase, anthropomorphic representation, with an engraved surface decorated with coloured patterns.
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.
Bright colour, round and smooth shape, the artist takes us into a playful world!
With a nod to Escher's work, depth becomes width then depth again ...
As self-evident as a pure symbol, the Shirubainu desk was conceived from a pencil stroke ...
The shape of the Rhodes occasional table, quite round and smooth, reveals perfect proportions inspired by classical architecture.