The young duo of French designers Louis Ainesi and Quentin Ravasse presents the first collection of their HERAH creation workshop. Pieces of furniture and refined decoration, mixing the finesse of semi-precious stones with the simplicity of raw materials.
They like crazy gems, and so do we. Worn by Louis Ainesi and Quentin Ravasse, the HERAH creation workshop unveils its very first collections of furniture and decorative objects that showcase jewelery. Tiger's eyes, malachite and lapis lazuli hand carved by the creators invite each other finely on pieces of brass knurled or polished found on a series of tables, mirrors and coat rack named Moh.
Anxious to break free from conventional manufacturing circuits, the young creators trained at the School of Decorative Arts of Camando, have the trays of their pedestal tables made of inlaid wood or lacquered glass by craftsmen from their native Picardy, placed on a table. tripod base. A sum of three, applied also to their set of colored mirrors as well as to the delicate trio of turned brass pegs, laid with lacquered aluminum plates.
A strand more massive but just as meticulous, the bright lamp to ask, Bloc, which comes in two sizes in a wide range of colors. Its base of concrete dressed with natural pigments poured into a mold is hollowed out of layers welcoming in its hollow a simple mirror bulb, to accentuate the effect of depth and sift its brightness.
A brilliant and promising launch.
For more information, visit the website HERAH
Photographs: Nicko Guihal