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Nicolas Mathéus

Nicolas Mathéus

Born in Paris, in 1970, he started with Law studies, but found them boring. He studied Photography in San Diego. For 10 years, he worked with Pierre Bergé and Yves Saint Laurent, shooting their private collection. He started working for magazines in 1999: Elle Decoration, Marie Claire Maison, Interiør Magasinet in Norway... Discover his selection of products!

Nicolas Mathéus

Kodo Cocoon

The Kodo cocoon allows you to disconnect and relax outdoors in a comfortable armchair. The tactile polypropylene rope and rounded back create a warm and welcoming atmosphere.


Pure by Pascale Naessens

Pascale Naessens adds some brand-new tableware to the successful Pure collection. In terms of its shape and execution, this extensive tableware set blends in perfectly with the nostalgic feel of the Pure range, which is inspired by nature. “This blueish-purple hue pairs so nicely with food”, Pascale explains. “I always start from the food. I can already imagine the food on the plates before I’ve made them.”



Sand rope chairChair with arm for outdoor rope in sand and eucalyptus wood. Suitable for outdoor use. Stackable outdoor chair. Dimensions: 57x51.9x76 EXWORK PRICES.


Korean Ceramic Artist : Kim Pan-ki, Park Chae-young, Han Se-eun, Park Na-hye

The story of ICHEON’s ceramics goes back 1000 years, and the city has been home to numerous workshops supplying the royal palaces throughout history. ICHEON continues in this tradition, using its rich resources and infrastructure to become one of Asia’s most recognizable city for ceramics. More than 400 workshops operate in ICHEON today, fueled by the creativity of modern ceramicists and master craftspeople who have dedicated their lives to protecting and improving Korea’s traditional ceramics culture.


MINIMAL stools - Solid oak

Stools in solid oak arched. Rough finish


Fragmento Collection Rug

Hand-woven wool rug in the Oaxaca region of Mexico. We use local natural dyes such as: pomegranate, rose of India, tamarind, indigotier... Raw materials are harvested according to their season, which makes their use environmentally responsible. This know-how, from the Oaxaca region in Mexico, has been passed on from generation to generation perpetuating all the gestures specific to the creation of this textile: carding, spinning, dyeing and weaving.


August by Vincent Van Duysen

The Outdoor collection by Vincent Van Duysen for Serax is made of aluminium and it is available with a black or grey-green powder coating. This makes it suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. The chairs, lounge chair, and table articulate the sheer simplicity of the monastic life they were inspired by. The wider, slightly lower proportions are of this day and age and contribute modern-day comfort.


ORA Shelf

ORA 2 stand in birch and oak plywood

Nicolas Mathéus

Born in Paris, in 1970. He started with Law studies, but found them boring. He studied Photography in San Diego (UCSD, University of California, San Diego). His first works were for Museums: catalogs, postcards. For 10 years, he worked with Pierre Bergé and Yves Saint Laurent, shooting their private collection (sculptures, antiques, furniture, paintings). And he also shot several of their houses (Marrakech, Tanger, Paris). He started working for magazines in 1999: Elle Decoration, Art et Décoration, Marie Claire Maison, Côté Sud, and Interiør Magasinet in Norway. He works for architects and interior designers (Jacques Grange, Patrick Jouin, Luis Laplace, Hubert Zandberg). He loves Brazil and South Africa.

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