Chalet La Transhumance
2011

ST MARTIN DE BELLEVILLE (FRENCH ALPS)

Far from the geometric construction methods of a traditional chalet design, the interior architecture of this family home is a domestic landscape whose forms emerge from the ground like mountains rising from a valley. Resolutely fluid and modern, the result is a set of lines and organic forms composed around a wooden ribbon. A large main room is set above the whole construction, defining the central point of the chalet where the family comes together around an open fire.

Fasem
2011

Highlighting the qualities of leather, the Mut family - a chair, a stool and a lounge - embraces the process of ageing as the object and its user begin their journey.  The laser cut out features of the seat create a distinctive pattern which will capture the transformation of the material over time.

Fasem
2011

The Air Lux collection executes the duality of fullness and emptiness by reformulating archetypes of the traditional leather seat, which is often regarded as ostentatious. Generally associated with the words solid, full and heavy, the Air Lux collection conserves the comfort of these standard armchairs, with an ethereal and fluid design creating visual confusion between a feeling of lightness and everyday sturdy comfort.

Chevalier Édition
2011

Drawing from Eastern cultures, Plis rethinks the rug as a living space that goes beyond the object, inviting users to embrace “floor culture”. The abstract graphics on the carpet evoke the three possible configurations that can be obtained by placing the Corian elements beneath the surface, encouraging the community and social interaction that is vital to that lifestyle.