Polish up your environment and take in a breath of nobility. Lines, material… the art of a gesture. Find it on MOM.
THE WOODEN CANDLES
HYPSOÉ - PARFUMS DE MAISON
THE WOODEN CONCEPT : WHEN FRAGRANCE MEETS DESIGN To dress up our containers with a “deco” feel so that they can fit harmoniously in our living spaces The happy union between sensory-rich and botanical. A delicate interplay between simple materials, making Wooden altogether singular and familiar. This small wood shell perfectly meets our expectations: to offer upscale products, and dress them up with a new holder to unveil it in an unexpected light. And the candle in its metal tin becomes the refill of the Wooden holder. 36 fragrances
aluminum textile collection
aluminum textile introduces new metallurgic materiality to the award-winning soft collection, a modular system that uses honeycomb geometry to flex, expand and compress. Micro-coated with actual metal, it engages the light, animating the pleated surface of the flexible structures with a play of illumination and shadow. Though appearing soft grey from afar, its diffuse reflective quality allows aluminum textile to subtly echo the shifting colour of sunlight through the seasons. At an intimate scale, the thin coating of aluminum highlights the intricate pattern of the textile's fibres.
Rationaliste draws lines and creates space. Rationaliste is simply based on a thin two-foot-structure made of 15mm powder-coated solid steel with wall supports, either pebble grey or charcoal grey. The top is either in black Fenix or in stoneware, fitted in the thickness of the structure, with a Calacatta Statuario aspect. Made in France.
Apollo Gold Edition
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.
Ivy & Oak Cocktail Napkin Holder
The Ivy & Oak Collection is inspired by the picturesque hamlet built for Marie Antoinette at the palace of Versailles. The collection reflects the beauty of nature and the love of a country existence- or at least how the royal palace architects romanticized it at the whim of a young queen. The simple shape of each piece is inspired by the bucket Marie Antoinette carried as she pretended to be a milkmaid at her village refuge.