Galerie BSL
2010

PARIS

A strip of white Corian wraps around the space of Galerie BSL, and forms a ribbon which sweeps through the narrow monochrome interior, providing surfaces on which objects can be displayed. It’s an architectural element but it’s also a functional sculpture that accentuates the perspective of the space which mutates to enhance the neutrality of a ‘white page’.

Galerie BSL
2010

Inspired by primitive elements and archetypes, Lucy is a collection of of jewellery stands of  primordial forms and shapes: a Dogon ladder, an Inuit tool carved in bone or a Neolithic polished stone. Lucy can live alone but it gains strength from its functionality.

Cinna
2010

Originally designed for a hotel in Marrakech, Ottoman is inspired by the traditional Moroccan footstool. The pattern contributes to the comfort of the seating and adds a visual contrast in the two-color version. The sofa maintains a tension between the strictness of geometrical lines and its softness.

Zanotta
2010

Curves, details and topstitching tell a story of rich know-how while evoking the sensuality and strength of the animal and vegetation world through a combination of leather and fluid shapes. The duality of strength and softness is the image of the object itself.