« Le Buron »
From a simple meeting between the workshops of crafted manufacturing Laguiole en Aubrac and the designer Benjamin Auzier, is born the cheese knife called “Le Buron”. This knife refers to the typical and traditional buildings made of masonry stones with fireplace and “lauze” natural slate roof that can be found on the plateau of Aubrac: indeed, these buildings are meant to host the cheese manufacturing and shelter the “buronniers”. This is a nice way to pay tribute to this French county and its inhabitants.
The artist from Montpellier found inspiration from a green countryside with multiple hidden treasures that is none other than the famous plateau of Aubrac. Its unique geographical location, its delicate weather and its inimitable flavors make this corner of France really special. Indeed, it is not by chance that this case refers to “Fleurs d’Aubrac”, reflecting these fine landscapes emphasized by a rare and colorful flora. The wooden box, made in France in the workshops "Laguiole en Aubrac" directly linked to this area synonymous.
The set of 4 or 6 Ecir knifes refers directly to the gust of wind blowing its coolness on the snowy mountains of the Massif Central. On the plateau and the forests of Aubrac, the Ecir wind plays as a genuine legend, leaving its freezing footprint during winter times. The line of knifes, produced in France in the Workshops Laguiole en Aubrac, are made of olivier, walnut wood or paperstone, the latter being made from 100% recycled paper and a resin without petroleum substances.
A fruit bowl midway between the artwork and the everyday object. Ceramic is worked smoothly. Curved lines offer a quite specific rounded design. The glossy finish is the detail that enhances your home! This art object is intended to receive fruit, but it can also be used as tidy or table centerpiece. The open shape of the Agrum'Ball creates a surprising visual effect, playing the contrast between the white ceramic and the colored fruit. A play of light that makes all the difference!
Sparkling with a thousand lights, the champagne bucket shines like a diamond. It was for good reason that designer Benjamin Auzier gave it the sweet name 'Solitaire'. Its clean lines and chic design make it an exceptional piece that delicately illuminates the location where it is placed. This champagne bucket is entirely handmade, mouth blown in a wooden mould in accordance with a method passed down through generations. Over 15 hours of cutting are needed in the Cristal de Paris workshops to produce a result as pure as it is impressive. This rare and luxurious work of art will bring dazzling elegance to any holder lucky enough to bear it.
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