AddAddMINIMAL stools - Shougi (burnt wood)
JOE SAYEGH PARIS
Collections of massive arched stools. Shougi finish (burnt wood)
AddAddBlack Moon Table Lamp
L'ATELIER DES CREATEURS
Burnt wood table lamp in spherical shape (diam 38 cm) Medium black base and metal rods, twisted black wire, black switch The texture of burnt wood (Japanese technique of shou sugi ban) is visible when the lamp is turned off and sublimated when it is turned on. E27 bulb with golden cap included
AddAddside table SP01 - Robin Berrewaerts
BELGIUM IS DESIGN
Robin Berrewaerts works and lives in Brussels, Belgium. He graduated as a interior designer at the LUCA School of Arts in Brussels followed by a postgraduate in furniture design at the Thomas More School in Mechelen. This black side table is hand-sculpted with manual tools and made of reclaimed oak with an oil finish. The aim for this object is to explore the manipulation of wood without losing the truth to the material and to keep its full three-dimensionality of form. Each chisel stroke is applied by hand and helps to reinforce the distinct character of the original tree.
AddAddYaki Coffee Table
Yaki is the product of a singular encounter between an indigenous material of Europe very present in France, the beech, and a completely ecological Japanese technique called Yakisugi. Indeed, the duality that occurs between raw wood and charred wood produces a strong sensitive contrast. The oppositions that are expressed through hues, shapes and textures then make Yaki the own witness of her mixed inspirations. Each piece coated with linseed oil in order to minimize Yaki's ecological footprint while guaranteeing its durability.
Kasai, “fire”, is inspired by the Shou Sugi Ban or Yakisugi, a traditional Japanese craft technique, where wood is worked by burning, namely by charring mainly cedar wood to protect and preserve it. The collection pays tribute to Japanese culture by translating on porcelain stoneware the same visual and tactile characteristics obtained on the blades: refined and elegant, this collection celebrates the meeting between different worlds, combining tradition and innovation. Kasai is available in 25×150 format in Carta, Fumo or Notte tones.
AddAddBlack Sea Eagle
LUCIE DELMAS SCULPTURE
Sculpture in black granite and burned wood. The contrast of the matter highlights the power of the subject and its fluidity. Possibility of custom order.
AddAddOrganic charred wood coffee tables
One-of-a-kind coffee tables made of hand charred exotic wood (kaduma, teak, suar, suryan, walang or lychee wood) with natural edges.
AddAddBurnt wood ring 60cm
Light sculpture in burnt wood and transparent glass. Burned with fire, for a deep textured black. Unique piece, signed.
AddAddACTIVATED CARBON BINCHOTAN KISHU FROM WAKAYAMA
Binchotan Ubame-Kishu from Wakayama. The binchotan stick filters running water by reducing the taste and odour of chlorine as well as the residues of pollutants still present. 1 stick/liter of running water Le Binchotan, charbon de bois de chêne Ubame, provient de la province de Kishu au Japon. Il a la particularité d’être très fibreux et est encore produit selon le savoir-faire ancestral. Sa surface blanchâtre est gage de qualité et d’authenticité.
AddAddWoodsmoke Gold Travel Candle
BROOKLYN CANDLE STUDIO
Imagine the comfort of a cozy cabin, cocooned in a worn, soft blanket, a crackling fire wrapping everything in a snug layer of warmth. Our Woodsmoke candle is the quintessential mini-fireplace — complete with the steady, calming flicker of a flame and the smoky, rich aroma of burning wood. Light this candle and notice notes of cedar leaf, labdanum, incense, and leather rounding out a rich smokiness.
AddAddL'Arbre lumière Yakisugi Floor Lamp
L'Arbre lumière Yakisugi floor lamp made of burnt wood, from the Yakisugi collection is a unique piece, with a singular character that brings a truly original touch to the interior decoration. The lampshade is designed by hand, in washi: handmade Japanese paper, traced or not with Indian ink or colored inks, according to your wishes. Check out our design workshop: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8IqtGTY9wYY (subtitles available)