Mira pays homage to the famous Spanish painter and sculptor Miro, known for the eccentricity and humor featured in his work, including twisted shapes and bizarre geometric structures.
These three side tables are just like the palette condensed from flying colors under Miro’s brush. Their organic shape appears to be innnocent and pure. Side or coffee table, the pieces can be used independently or assembled altogether.
Ousmane is a name. African. West-African even. Ousmane is a djembé-inspired Design. Sculptured and spirited, Ousmane is the most versatile drum. Ousmane is a tribute to the well-known African sculptor – Ousmane Sow. Because if the pieces are not larger-than-life sculptures they still contain tradition and all kinds of beauty.
Stand by me hails its name from the famous song by Ben E. King. First thought as a bedside table – a nightstand – that stays by ones bed and sleeps with one when the night comes, the known-to-everyone lyrics come instantly to mind. Taking a step further, Stand by me stands by itself and can stand by one in any room. Shaped by a twisted juxtaposition of two independent drawers one above the other, the side table conveys an idea of movement and of unexpected free-form geometry. Yet Stand by me does not spin and is strongly anchored on its elegant pink copper round metal feet. One definitely can rely on it.
The Rose Sélavy name hails from the fictional character created by French artist and Dadaist Marcel Duchamp. With dainty lines and a subtle colour combination of soft pastels and pink-brushed metal, Rose Sélavy is an ode to femininity. The tabletop features a very fine box where one can store their jewellery, as well as two mirrors – a round and extra-large one at the centre and a smaller one that can be detached from the table and used as a hand mirror.
From Earth, one can only see the portion of the Moon that is illuminated by the Sun. An image that is constantly changing as the Moon orbits the Earth. The collection draws its inspiration from this fascinating connectivity. Round shapes and glistening gold, champagne, copper and pink-copper metal finishes personify the Moon itself while handles and – for the side tables- legs represent the different lunar phases that change according to the positions of the Moon and Sun relative to the Earth. Light over darkness the Off the Moon trays and side tables’ collection invite to a lunar dream.
Sitting at a desk while hand writing a letter to a trusted friend, a confidant to whom you bare your soul. That is the romantic image behind this piece name. A play of words as well as a desk can be called a secretary and this same word secretary used to designate one trusted with private or secret matters, a confidant…
Endowed with dainty and thin tabletop and legs, the desk is the very image of delicacy and fineness. While displaying firmly contemporary lines, My Confidant steps aside to give space to inspiration.