Cime collection






In French, «cime» qualifies the treetop. Lighting and decorative objects are made from flora imprints, captured in molten glass. Poured upon plants, the matter
encapsulates the shape and phantom of the natural element.
Cradled by planetary upheavals, this Collection encapsulates traces of the surrounding environment.
From gathered dry twigs, frozen by fire, emerge solid glass forms. They then light up, on a table or a wall, to compose collectible design pieces.
Thus, these elements pass from one world to another, from vegetable to mineral, from fleeting to immutable. Following the cycle of the seasons, the shoot becomes foliage. When autumn leaves start to fall, begins the setting in transparency.
Each object carries within it fragments of this story that extends in our earthly and material lives.