La fabrique noire is above all a return to basics.
Wood, marble, brass, a perfect addition of noble materials highlighted by techniques of other times.
The black fabric is also details married to sobriety and authenticity.
Jeremy Descamps first cut his teeth as a machinist for over ten years. His passion for wood comes from his grandfather, a carpenter. Sobriety, details added to simple lines, are all characteristics that make up the visual identity of lfn.
Without forgetting the black that accompanies each of the unique creations, a true trademark.
From New Zealand based in London since 2009, Phil is interested in methods of making which endow his object with visual clues about how they were made.
All of his objects are handmade in my London Studio. Their complex forms and sharp lines mean it is sometimes assumed they have been made using CAD software, CNC maching, or 3D printing, but they on closer inspection reveal that they are all handmade. Often tiny imperfections, a result of the processes by which they are made, give this away.
« Le paysage est un tissage de formes et de couleurs, je puise ma force créative dans la nature qui ne cesse de nous étonner et que nous devons préserver et vénérer »
Caroline Notté, architect and multidisciplinary artist creates amazing universes where color, matter and forms play essential roles in her compositions: her projects are sublimated by her talent to combine contraries and create unexpected associations.
Constantly inspired by the work of the great masters of the Bauhaus color and its environment (his studio is in the house of Louis Herman de Koninck), Notté advocates a return to basics.
As a painter on his canvas, Notte composes frames of colors, always looking for accuracy, daring audacity, between lines games, shapes and materials. The textile and weaving become its support through a collection of carpets with formal and colorful notes that Caroline Notté pays homage to the centenary of the emblematic movement, associating emotions and