• WILD VIBRATIONS

    The “Wild Vibrations” carpet is a tribal and secessionist inspiration, it depicts the banks of a fierce river with heady reflections and swirls.

    Design: Sacha Walckhoff

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  • PARADISO

    The rug depicts an imaginary landscape where nature plays with geometrical shapes. Some birds fly through this mysterious landscape. Balancing realism with abstraction, this series of 3 colorways melds meticulous detail of botanical with free geometrical forms.

    Design: Charlotte Juillard

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  • PATCHWORK

    Patchwork, as its name says, combines patterns and colors like a quilt. Inspired by Poliakoff, Picabia, and cubism, its waves are dancing.

    Design: Florence Bamberger

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  • ESPERANTO

    East and West meet in a semantic language that superimposes the geometries of Persian carpets to the floral explosions of Flemish tapestries. A tribute to the Silk Road, a mental journey in the scrapbook, or a surreal tale that sets the tales of the Brothers Grimm in the seductive atmosphere of The Thousand and One Nights. The dynamism of flowers and shapes is contained within a graphic pattern that evokes ancient looms and at the same time acts as a contemporary intermittence in the calm development of the story.

    Design: DEBONADEMEO

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  • RHYTHM AND LINES

    Looking at the lines of the beach house in front of her, in South France, here comes this drawing Florence Bamberger imagined. Hand drawing, with its natural irregularity, is here highlighted. The triangle shapes evocate sailings of a boat around, whereas lines echo the architectural rhythm.

    Design: Florence Bamberger

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  • TRILLION

    A tribute to nature and spirituality, fascination for phyllotaxis as well as folkloric motifs particularly inspired by naive art in general as well as the exuberant and exotic vegetation of Douanier Rousseau. In addition to the floral universe created by filigree stencils, freehand painted plant ornaments can now be found. Through the dynamic mixture of two opposite techniques, the artist succeeds in creating imaginary and poetic natural landscapes. The different representations appear as surreal and dreamlike, where the line between reality and fiction is vague.

    Design: KORALIE

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