Sophie Thuillier & Cristiano Benzoni
Sophie Thuillier and Cristiano Benzoni, founders of REV architecture studio in Paris, selected for you their favorite products on MOM.
AddAddKorean Ceramic artist : Shin Kwangsub
Instead of using glazes after biscuit firing, Shin adds pigments to the clay. In addition, he doesn’t use glaz- es on the exterior of his pieces, instead he creates a sheen by polishing. Glaze is only applied to the insides of his pieces. His technique results in pieces that combine art and commerce.
Ruché (gathered fabric that serves as an ornament on a garment) combines unusual and tradition. The unusual with an aerial solid wood structure and tradition with sophisticated quilting, the heart of Ligne Roset's know-how. Elegant and fine, Ruché is also welcoming and fluffy. Its two seat heights 38 and 46 cm will appeal to all clientele.
AddAddExtension Cord for 2 Plugs - Navy & White & Yellow
OH INTERIOR DESIGN
The translucent acrylic glass frame is made in Austria and assembled by OH Interior Design with two sockets and a textile cable. Yellow tube 3D printed in Austria. All parts are sourced in the EU. The OH logo is symmetrically engraved on the two side discs of the frame. Sockets: 2 identical side sockets (Berker) Plugs: Type F (Germany, other EU countries) Option Type E (France) possible Voltage: 230 V Cable : Length 5 meters Connector: With ring to easily remove the wall plug
AddAddKyo Wazarashi Mensya Black-Dyed Gauze Pajamas
Kyo Wazrashi Mensya is a series that use cotton gauze made from Japanese traditional technique. It creates a layer of air among each fiber, making the cotton highly moisture-absorbable and breathable. The touch of the gauze becomes even softer when it is washed for several times. No formaldehyde contained, our traditionally made gauze pajamas are highly recommended to delicate or sensitive skin. This is a special collaboration with Kyoto Montsuki with their fascinating Japanese traditional black dyeing technique.
The Ouessant collection, sober in its details, contemporary in its line is inspired by drawing the background of the Breton canoes. Carefully ordered wooden slats. The collection has this roughness and simplicity specific to the coasts of Finistère and their islands. Turning to the ocean, they know other horizons, but keep their generous roots well warm. Ouessant is a Breton island located at the tip of of Finistère in the Atlantic Ocean.