A truly playful material, cork allows for all sorts of decorative experimentation. Very eco-friendly, inexpensive, malleable, and durable, it's being used for furniture and for lighting, paper goods, or accessories, both indoors and out. Light-colored or dark, it suits all decorative style, from the most contemporary to the most rustic.
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A sophisticated stylish watch with an intense and avant-garde style! Stainless steel Case 316 L Diameter: 40 mm Thickness: 7, 9 mm Waterproof: 5/50 m Quartz movement: Citizen Miyota, with second hand at 6 am Reinforced domed Mineral glass Interchangeable bracelet Designed in France by Aight
Octave is something special! Sure, she’s got a table top and legs just like any other coffee table but what makes her special is that she’s furnished with a layer of cork on the surface. Not only does it look unique but you can also put down your cup of tea or coffee without fear of causing any irreversible damage. The table top is supported by crossed table legs, an idea inspired by the forging craft.
Part of a new collection of lifestyle items. Cork combined with felt makes it unique, functional and environmentally friendly. Felt is 90% wool, 10% recycled polyester (obtained with a fiber from recycled plastic bottles).
Poov is a culbuto pouf designed by Valentine Fix-Masseau for Cider Edition. This occasional seat perfectly meets the current tertiary requirements of nomadic and playful furniture. Poov is a moving pouf that offers many advantages: a lightweight occasional seat, easy to handle and move thanks to its practical handle, nice, funky ... A small essential sitting companion, which oscillates according to the days, floating on the surface of the ground, and always ready to support an impromptu exchange between colleagues!
Tembo is a sculptural stool that combines a wood metal body with a solid cork seat. The designers drew their inspiration both from the African tam-tams -Tembo means elephant coot in swahili- and give a nod to the Memphis group of the 80s aesthetics. For more details : https://www.lachance.paris/tembo