“This collection is a reference to the “French Riviera” of the 1920s, I was inspired by this mixture of casualness and creativity on the shores of the Mediterranean.
The choice of materials: cane, vintage 1950s fabric and straw marquetry, more sophisticated, reflecting sunlight, give the place a seaside feel. I have worked on very organic shapes like the clover or the snake that bring a bucolic lightness to the project. The Riviera table’s marble top is placed on a solid oak base, made in the shape of a clover. A lucky charm for the house.”
Since 2015, Charlotte Biltgen has designed several restaurants for some famous chefs, among which the Clover - the new spot of Michelin-starred chef Jean-François Piège-, chef Armand Arnal’s two new restaurants in Tokyo, and the Klay club. She has also completed a wonderful villa in Cannes, in the south of France, and some luxury apartments in Paris. She is currently working on a house project in Brazil, and a gulet (a two or three-masted wooden sailing vessel) in the Mediterranean.