Jean-Philippe Nuel's selection
Graduated in architecture, Jean-Philippe Nuel is today specialized in interior design, being internationally recognized for luxury hospitality projects.
Created by Ilia Potemine, a 30-year-old young inventor, the ISP lamp is a 21st century flint: no switches, no dimmer, no bulbs. The hand takes possession of the light. The ISP lamp takes on the aura of a spatial beam for enlightened adventurers.
Hand knotted wool and cotton Net effect for this traditional chibouri pattern. The art of dyers and weavers offers here all the richness and perfection of the interpretation of the motif in the diversion.
Solid oak wood, chain saw, chisel, linseed oil finish
ETHIC & TROPIC CORINNE BALLY
Unique piece made with black palm tree and dyed with natural plant dyes from rainforest. Handmade by indigenous women, no machine involved. Creativity and expertise unique to the world.
Sorcier is a wall light inspired by the ritual Ngil masks of the Fang tribe in Gabon. The light diffuses through the perforations in the mask and shines upward in a graphic and gentle way. It changes personality depending on the combination of colors, textures and perforated patterns, which vary in each version. For more details : https://www.lachance.paris/sorcier
BRABBU DESIGN FORCES
ARDARA Modern Console Table has its origin from a time travel to the Neolithic period in Ireland. It is here, in a small town named ARDARA that one of the world's most striking dolmens is located. Its timeless simplicity gave the perfect inspiration for a modern contemporary furniture piece whose result was ARDARA Modern Console Table. When the sunlight reflects directly in the dolmen, its surface shines with a golden halo. Recreating this natural phenomenon, the modern contemporary furniture piece ARDARA has a finish in golden leaf, bringing with it a peaceful sensation to any ambience.
Old Chinese white washed pots
THE SILK ROAD COLLECTION
These white washed pots were used as storage containers for Chinese yellow rice wine. The practice of using this kind of pots for making rice wine goes back over 2000 years, and they are still used today for traditionally made rice wine in Shaoxing, China. Some pots still carry the stamp of their rice wine maker. Every pot differs in colour & finishing. All pots can be made into a lamp on request (+€45). We also have a large selection of complementing handmade lampshades in stock, in various shapes, sizes and colours (price lists on request).