Gaia & Gino
2013

This small, rechargeable LED table lamp is inspired by the craftsmen who cut crystal in the Czech Republic: each of their gestures, tirelessly repeated and mastered over the years, is based on skilled technique. The object’s slender form, cut in multiple facets, is an allegory for knowledge. The glow diffused by the cut crystal illuminates the table in multiple splinters of light.

Gaia & Gino
2013

This series of three lights evokes glass as it is being blown. The central glass column represents air as it passes through the material. The design is then developed in three shapes, from the most discreet to the most sculptural. Its marble base recalls the mineral origins of glass.

Forestier
2013

Shaped like a large drop of water EAST comes in a distinctive form fusing hand blown glass with metal and copper.

Petite Friture
2013

Inspired by the wooden structures of traditional market stalls, Market chair is defined by its elementary design and smart assembly process. An honest piece of furniture that calls for interaction and exchange, the chair is composed of a solid oak frame and slatted wood mounted on cork.