The Ondulé mirror, with its undulated frame, is a delicate nod to Jean Royère’s unmistakable curved designs. The gracefully sinuous shape is a tour de force of skillful craftsmanship in woodworking techniques in order to perfectly bend the solid oak. The mirror comes in different sizes, and for each one, the carpenter needs to completely recalculate and readjust the sine function, in other words to rethink the whole undulation, thus making each Ondulé Mirror unique.
After a 15-year-career as Art Director for Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé, Jérôme Faillant-Dumas founded Love Editions. His agency creates furniture and interior design projects for private clients, as well as for stores and restaurants. Jérôme is also a brand consultant, and specializes in packaging design for major luxury houses. The time he spent working close to Jacques Helleu at Chanel, thought him the importance of aesthetic coherence. The perfect balance between classicism and modernity: his timeless pieces bear the mark of classic perfection, whilst remaining tantalizingly daring. Straw marquetry and alabaster alongside plaster and Plexiglas are among his favorite materials. His work is imbued with a strong, gentle and thoroughly Parisian modernity.