The neo-ethnic trend: a new perspective
Some furniture has the ability to take us on a journey without leaving home. Drawing on cultural riches from the four corners of the world, we particularly like to design this furniture to reconcile what at first glance seems irreconcilable: the longing to get away and the need to feel comfortable at home.
# Pure pieces
As the name suggests, pure pieces feature minimalist contours, sleek lines… No embellishments, just the essential. They are more likely to feature the authenticity of natural, untreated materials and are often inspired by traditional functional furniture. Pure pieces offer great freedom of use, for example, the Hazel sideboard has space for linens and crockery, the Pio stool can be used as an occasional table, while the Kim console table can be used as a desk when needed.
# Cosmopolitan pieces
These are the epitome of masterfully controlled design. The very essence of their design has nothing to do with what has gone before. These collections are all about imagination: mixtures of materials, modernised lines, and reinterpretations of traditional forms.
Lisbeth, Alix and Anouk will transform your home into a warm and inviting space. They are made of elm or mango, varieties of wood with shimmering colours, sometimes decorated with canework details.
# Bold pieces
Bold pieces will inspire you, they speak of an interior open to the world. This is furniture in untreated wood with surprising textures. These collections, evocative of journeys to distant lands, feature exceptional pieces that will develop a patina over time.