To faded and outdated furniture, Mlle Fraise gives a second wind of life. A small hand that combines the past with the present thanks to its know-how, meticulousness and precision. After 10 years devoted to the restoration of paintings for Historical Monuments, Mlle Fraise decides to illuminate your interiors! Without artifice but by the work of detail, she reveals the character of exceptional pieces that she transforms and modernizes by the colors and
refinement of gold or copper leaf.



Creation is first of all a lived experience, a moment spent in conversation, even communion, with clay. The technique is slow and all manual, deliberately simple and rustic, in order to keep a close and sensory contact with the material. The resulting piece is unique each time.


Since 1867, Jules Flipo, a luxury carpet factory, has been archiving a sample of each special order. These archives are unique and limited. They testify of the taste and the trends of each of their time. Personal Carpet's rugs are patchworks of those unique samples, heat sealed and handcraftly bordered. They are a history, a story, a creation and a juxtaposition of patterns and colors.


A style that unique Anne d’Autruche’s
distinctive work is constantly evolving.
With fish-skin leather and the alchemy of materials (know as Fishart), along with with ostrich eggs and bizarre poetry, Anne creates pieces which display unconventional yet elegant gestures, evident in everyday life. Her creations remind us that beautiful things sometimes have little use...


Through several collections, Emmanuelle explores different associations of clay with glass. She invents new functions with glaze or transforms it in glass through luminaires, vases and sculptures. Upcycling and virtuous circles in her pieces are important values at the heart of her creativity. 



In lacquer, the range of possibilities and techniques is endless! I like the slowness, the difficulties, the contrasts and the oppositions of lacquer. Reveal its material effects and the intensity of the pigments to reach emotion. Magnify the infinitely precious ... I love more than all the softness and sensuality that make it a unique art.


Isabelle Delannoy is a French Artist, who masters every step of the oil painting art, ranging  from the priming of the canvas to the crafting of the pigments and mediums. The artist mounts the layers alternating work of material and glazing in search of a dimmed  figurative art leading to abstraction, allowing a touch of unreal into her scenery enshrouded  with poetry. Qualifying her compositions as "inner poetry", Isabelle Delannoy transmits her vision to the  world. 

Vagnoni is an arts and crafts studio working with brass in all its forms, created by Florence Aillerie and Maia Lequeux, mother and daughter.

Their first collection is a series of slim shaped sticks that lean against the wall to be a console, a light or a candleholder. It has recently evolved to welcome “giant jewels” as lamps, hanging lamps, decorative dishes. All the pieces are unique and shaped by hand, combining different techniques related to the work of brass: silver solder for the assembly of the pieces, flame shaping, polishing, brushing and patina. 

"Les Mille"…countless layers of paper… countless trials… I wanted to pay tribute to this material, to give it life in these compressions, where different
kinds of paper are joined together. This paper, which has become sedimentary rock, is embedded in the wood to create a whole.
The sculptures: I wanted to pay homage once again to this material and realize its strength. It can hold catologues filled with images and words. A wink to the greatest artists enclosed in the depths of this material that has become a stone!

I have always loved to create, to invent, to play at building and to take the time to do things, well if possible. Wood came quite late in my life; about ten years ago, at the same time when walks in the forest became a parenthesis, a refuge.

Particularly inspired by the design of the 1950s and by Japanese craftsmanship, I design and produce with great attention to details small pieces of furniture and wooden objects with very simple lines and an aesthetic that can, without being reduced to it, akin to the "japandi" design style.