Career. Brothers, architects and designers, the duo have always followed their taste for clean lines, which emphasize light and perspective. With a grandfather who was an interior designer and a father no less talented, their family heritage has given them an affinity for objects and furniture. From visual identities to interior design and furniture design, they have a cross-disciplinary approach.
Signature Style. Their signature materials – Stucco, glass, wood – give a jewel box quality to everything they touch. From the conception of a building to the detail of a door handle or a piece of furniture, they revisit the classics, without dismissing the object’s story, whilst continuing to project a contemporary vision.
They love. Simplifying the architectural vocabulary of a space and restoring the quality of its volumes. Redesigning space with a highly visual set of lines, they sculpt ceilings and enhance transparency.
Showstoppers. The austerity of their furniture collection, their attention to finish and controlled colour palette. Marble, metal and dark wood juxtapose with brilliantly polished and matt surfaces, materials that are raw yet precious. A highly graphic, timeless understatedness that is at the heart of all their interiors.
What’s up. In Moscow, they designed the concept store James and a boutique for Yohji Yamamoto. Following on from those projects, Tod’s, Hogan and the State of Singapore also called on their talents. In Paris, the renovations of Haussmann-style private apartments sealed their reputation. In 2015, one of their pieces was integrated in the collection of the French “Mobilier National”. They just finished their first Yacht project for the SanLorenzo shipyard.