The quest. It’s all there.
To discover, to be surprised. To focus on the material, the detail of a door, the color of a chipped wall. To find the excellence of the gesture, the quality of the materials, the durability of the object. To look for where the know-how is best realized, here and elsewhere.
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To confer to the object all its humanity and to make each project unique. To carry one’s dreams and
assume them. To make them become reality. To be attentive. Our life is composed of a multitude of gestures and choices, infinitely reinvented. The ambition is that they are beautiful, useful and respectful. The right look. It’s all there.
To love the craft with passion and reverence. To respect the work of the hand, the eye of the artist, the soul of the object. To create, upcycle, dream, concretize, use, value.
To let the thought express itself through the form, by giving it substance.
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To promote the know-how of responsible
craftsmen and artisans
who are concerned about preserving
our environment and natural resources.
To source, experiment, select and propose - but
also create – in the field of interior design,
materials, accessories and unique pieces
of the highest quality with a view to sustainability.
To listen, understand and faithfully translate the expectations of customers.
To propose a custom sourcing,
adapted to each interior design project.
To install and integrate these objects in the private
or professional space,
by favoring the human aspect.
A path that makes sense...
Le sourcing est une passion, une curiosité,
mon art de vivre au quotidien.
As a teenager, I used scissors to cut through my mother’s decoration magazines. I filed everything in small notebooks with various titles, the beginnings of an image bank that would follow me, grow and evolve throughout my life: «bathroom», «living room», «wall colors», «kitchen materials», «plaids and cushions»...
I completed these notebooks with a multitude
of photos that I took, everywhere, all the time.
After five beautiful years of initiation at Kenzo, cultivating the beautiful, I turn to Hermès, intuitively, instinctively. I stayed there for 7 years. My eye was educated. The values of the House then took on their full meaning: storytelling, taught by the trades, the importance of the client - VIP, amateur, dreamer - and the creative process.
Other beautiful encounters follow... I learn to listen and understand the desires, the expressed or not desires of each and everyone. In return,
I can better concretize and transmit.
Driven by the need to continue learning, I went to Christian Liaigre, inspired by his talent and his love for the equestrian world and Japan. Déborah Liaigre, seduced by my notebooks of colors and materials, honored me with her trust and asked me to join her team. A few years later, when Christian Liaigre left the House, I ensured the continuity of his work by pursuing his quest for new talent. With a sharp eye and the confidence of Christophe Caillaud and Frauke Meyer, I set out to find artists and craftsmen, near and far.
Nourished by this rich experience, I now
devote myself to my own universe, to projects that resonate with my values and my background. I propose, in the field of interior design, material sourcing, sourcing and creation of accessories and unique pieces, creation of upcycled objects, and merchandising/window.
In love with natural, rare and local materials, I like to find craftsmen: the one who takes the time to shape his objects by hand, in all humility and discretion; the one who, meticulously, chooses in a responsible and concerned way the materials she is going to use; this man, this woman, demanding, sincere, who uses materials with measure and parsimony in order to minimize the superfluous scraps.
I know how lucky I am to accompany them and to cultivate this relationship of trust and respect over time. It is with these talented men and women that I wish to move forward, to imagine, interpret and bring to life the interior dreams of my clients.
Respectful of our environment, upcycling is also part of my creative process.
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