Furniture and lights

 

Elegance, lines and simplicity are the key words of my inspiration.

I surround myself with craftsmen recognised for their expertise and I do not hesitate to integrate various materials such as glass, wood, waxed concrete, or gold and silver.

 


The “Lined” Consoles

 

 

The “Lined” Consoles are part of a series of 5 models made on the same principle: a simple steel frame and an ornamentation giving each one their own character.

Each of them is made in a limited number of 7 copies.

The board may be waxed concrete, marble, granite, or wood of cabinetry quality (precious wood veneer).

Dimensions 1200×350 h900. Lacquered finish and weathered steel or gold leaf veneer.

Prices upon request.

 

 

Line I

 

Steel console with glass inlay. (It can be also in straw marquetry).
Waxed concrete board, (possible in granite, marble, ceramic)
 
Mirror of about 510x960mm
Series limited to 7 copies

 

 

 

 

 

             Line II

 

Console in steel and wrought iron.
Waxed concrete board, (possible in granite, marble, ceramic)
Mirror of about 500x900mm
Series limited to 7 copies

 

 

 

 

 

Ligne III

 

Console in steel and wrought iron.
Waxed concrete board, (possible in granite, marble, ceramic)
Mirror of about 500x900mm
Limited series

 

 

 

 

Line IV

 

Console in steel and wrought iron. Veneer finish with gold and lacquer leaf (other finishes possible).
Plywood veneer board, oak veneer and straw marquetry (other boards possible).
Mirror about 500x900mm, wrought iron finish plated with gold leaf.
Series limited to 7 copies.

 

 

 

 

Ligne V (in progress)

 

 


 

 

Steel and wrought iron chair.
 Weathered steel finish.
Seat and backrest in fabric (with options)

(other models are being assessed)

 

 


Creating a Library/Console

 

 

 

It was a superb project!
Thanks again to Mr and Mrs C. de Rochefort who trusted me!

 

The structure is in tubular steel, all decorations are wrought iron. Lacquered finish and weathered steel on the forged elements.

The cabinetmaking was done by Cédric Hamon, Cabinetmaker in Charentes (Brin de Matière company). The wood structure is veneered oak plywood.

The doors open and fit into the furniture. There is also a secret drawer integrated. Did you notice it?

 

 


Other creations…