Located in the Parisian Maison & Objet furniture fair 2008, Café’ Elle Deco has as a perimeter by an enticing and controlled pathway of light.
Each lighting element drops from the ceiling and ends with a multifaceted Swarovski crystal. In addition to the technical aspect of the project there is a search for emotionality facilitated by the delicacy of the elements.
Marée Noire au Claire de Lune is a dark piece exploring the ambivalent nature of oil: a natural resource that has drastically shaped the world around us. Each piece made of black corian is shaped to random natural movements and encases the beauty of creation and the darkness of its consequences.
This project has its origins in Longchamp's traditional know-how of stitched leather covers. Working with the landscape of a leather-covered desk, whose lines blur horizontally on the work surface, the design evokes a sand dune.
Despite its name, Sunday Morning is conceived as a working desk. The soft wave on its top lends to the design a quality of sensuality, a caress from the soft light of a Sunday morning.