Sophie Mestiri's selection
Sophie Mestiri is Head of Communications for Cultural objects and Art workshops at the Réunion des Musées Nationaux – Grand Palais (RMN), the public body that operates Parisian museums and cultural establishments.
Jin Wu is a three-piece paperweight puzzle. The concept is from the three-legged crow, a creature found in various mythologies and arts of East Asia. It is believed by East Asian cultures to inhabit and represent the sun.
Fétichiste is not only a fruit dish but also a fecundity representation which won’t leave anyone indifferent. To worship without moderation. Fétichiste exists in a vase and 3 different sizes of bowls : 2 fruit bowls of 22 or 32 cm, and a bowl of 12cm (sizes for the bowl diameter). The vase is a new design for september. Made in France, traditional fine Porcelaine de Limoges (IGP).
Lighting by Antonino Sciortino
Leave it to Antonino Sciortino, former dancer and choreographer, to combine his limitless imagination with unprecedented craftsmanship. Graceful and elegant, like the Circle Lamp that is poised like a ballerina and lets the light dance around the room. Without ever losing track of the art of simplicity and style, Antonino shapes soft iron into eclectic, timeless objects that add a touch of his Italian character and spirit to any interior.
Strikingly simple in form, the Revolution Collection is handcrafted in the Czech Republic by master glassblowers from a pure extrusion of hand-blown borosilicate glass. The collection is comprised of 6 tabletop vessel designs combining typologies of tumbler, stemware, and bowls. The Revolution Collection redefines the landscape of the table as the contents seem to defy gravity, whether it is water, wine, champagne, gelato, or soup.
ARTESANIA V MOLERO - SPAIN
CONSOLE IN WALNUT VENEER AND DIFFERENT WOODS INLAY