Villa Medici

An exclusive collaboration between Fendi and the French Academy in Rome, with the support of the Mobilier National, for the refurbishment of six historic Salons.

This work of refurbishment has been guided by the desire to create a dialogue between the present heritage and contemporary creations.

Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance drew his inspiration from the characteristic forms and materials of Rome: the silhouette of the umbrella pines appears in his Borghese table, which he adapted for the "Salon des Pensionnaires", and the pavement of the Via Appia Antica inspired the modular table he created especially for the "Salon de Lecture" and the "Salon Bleu".

Maison Intègre

Maison Intègre is based in Ouagadougou, where craftmen create objects in bronze using the ancestral lost wax technique. Noé worked in close collaboration with the bronzesmiths and artisans at Maison Intègre’s workshops to create the pieces for this collection. Each piece is crafted by hand with recycled metal.

Punta Conterie Murano

At first, inspiration came from the work of photographer Lucie Jean called « Down by the water », focusing on a small island of Venice lagoon called « Madonna del Monte». I was moved by the water in movement, grounding on the banks of the abandoned island after the ride of a vaporetto on the lagoon. I also liked the contrast of textures between liquid elements, the cloudy sky and the brick walls in ruins. Perfect components to start a fascinating design project with glass."

La Manufacture

Sahara sofa evokes the beauty of a nomadic night in the desert. A wooden platform seamlessly welcomes cushions & backrests. It’s an invitation to comfortably sit or lie.