"All our projects are the result of a dialogue, of sharing ideas. We are not used to being separated, to working in stagnant compartments. There is an exchange of ideas. There are different points of view: we try things out, we experiment. With each other, and then with companies and craftspeople. We're not the rendering type: we give it to you, and you make the product. We have a very manual, visual, tactile way of working. We start with drawings, but then we are very open, we have to experiment.
This is exactly what we like to do with companies. With Ethimo, we launched Rotin (the French word for rattan): an outdoor living room in which the brand's trademark material, teak, is worked in a different way, like a bamboo cane that bends. Marble Patterns for delsavio 1910 – which we asked Mae Engelgeer and David/Nicolas to work with us on – was also a challenge: to bring up to date - and make it easier to install - the Palladian flooring the company made its debut with 110 years ago. Now we’re working on its three-dimensional development too. Finally, the Burraco game table for De Castelli (in the Copper at Home capsule collection), which saw the light of day from a request made to exploit the hygienic properties of copper; it combines the idea of conviviality and a reflection on the material: untreated, natural, it changes over time."
Working partnerships include: Ethimo, delsavio 1910, De Castelli, Louis Vuitton, Galleria Luisa Delle Piane, Visionnaire, Bolzan, B-Line.