This post is dedicated to all the instruments and tools hidden in our warehouse that tell our story: without them, it would be impossible for us to do our work. We are fond of all the chisels used by our carvers, the templates on which we cut the curves of our pieces, the stamp with which we heat-emboss our furniture, and many other tools that are part of our artisan heritage. We love them because each day they remind us that our products are not mere objects but unique creations. We love them all because:

There is always some madness in love, as there is also always some reason in madness

Any excuse is good for returning to Paris, particularly at this time of year when new textile collections are presented. So here we are rushing around the Maison ed Object pavilions, the streets hosting Paris Decor Off, and the rooms of the Musee des Arts Decoratifs in search of new ideas and inspirations. That’s because everyone knows that

Inspiration is a guest who does not willingly visit the lazy

Of the countless stimuli from this visit, we want to show you the things that most impressed and thrilled us and that immediately proved to be springboards for creating new projects.

After all, that’s what happens whenever you go to Paris:

You leave with a suitcase full of clothes; you return with your head full of ideas


This is the story of an armchair with 1920s style that has been in our catalog for some time. After years of receiving compliments from our customers and being used to decorate several houses around the world, our chair wanted more. So we decided to make it bigger, turning it into a sofa so it could become an even greater protagonist of the decor.