In keeping with the warmer weather, MOM takes you away to the arid African landscape to discover an incredibly colourful aesthetic. Mysterious masks, braided raphia, upcycled furniture, organic clay... Follow our guide!
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
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.
DESIGN NETWORK AFRICA
Bags made from raffia, woven in Ghana
Leopard wall hanging
GOMPF + KEHRER
The wall hanging made of straw might just be the first vegan "fur" in the world and is a handcrafted masterpiece. Like a work of art it decorates the wall – a new interpretation of a status symbol with an evocative, humorous message! The woven masterpiece has the pattern of a leopard; the straw is partly natural or dyed.