Marie Christophe’s hi-wire act is filled with charming creatures, fanciful fixtures, fairy-tale chandeliers and beautiful birdcages that she seems to sculpt like magic out of thin air.
Working in her atelier in Gers, Marie sculpts her magical spell with humble cable, bringing her whimsical wireworks to life.
Her light-as-a-feather wireworks, punctuated with crystals or ceramics, float in space without invading it.
Jean Louis Deniot is a devoted fan, and Marie has handcrafted beaded chandeliers for Dior, panthers for Cartier, high heels and handbags for Robert Vivier and horses for Hermes.
The Stockholm duo Adam Gistedt and Viktoria Nygren creates bespoke cushions and custom textiles that are as artful and coveted as Old Masters.
Using a paint brush and palette or a needle and thread, Adam & Viktoria combines traditional and modern motifs such as fruit and flowers with super-saturated colors like ruby roses, peacock blues and brilliant jades to create rich objets d’art for your home.
Combining delicate hand-woven fabrics with the exoticism of her Indian heritage, Bonita Ahuja creates exquisitely detailed textiles and art collages.
Stitched into luxuriously layered, lovely patterns, her color-saturated textiles unabashedly showcase the work of the artist’s hand.
Each textile has its own compelling narrative.