Uniquely shaped, with a structure in black or white epoxy lacquered steel, the Salam and Meida tables are inspired by traditional tea tables. They invite the user on an immobile journey, a moment of stillness.
Suite 207 comes to life most vividly on the floor of a hotel room in Essaouira, Morocco. The irregular motif of the concrete tiles is translated into a pattern of repetition in natural wool.
1902: Emile Gallé, one of the driving forces behind the Art Nouveau movement designed the anemone wreathed in gold that would be placed on the bottle of the first Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque vintage. The table, a story of curves and roundness is an extended gesture to conviviality and a celebration of the maison's identity.
A strip of white Corian wraps around the space of Galerie BSL, and forms a ribbon which sweeps through the narrow monochrome interior, providing surfaces on which objects can be displayed. It’s an architectural element but it’s also a functional sculpture that accentuates the perspective of the space which mutates to enhance the neutrality of a ‘white page’.