For the first time ever Saint-Louis, moves from historic offerings of tableware, vases, candlesticks and lighting to a new dimension with furniture. Designed by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, the collection speaks to Saint-Louis’ home of Moselle, France, informed by the dense forest, clearings foliage and ferns of the city’s surrounding forests. Folia offers a surprising approach for the Maison as the cut of Folia crystal is inspired by a leaf translated into geometric, regular and contemporary forms.
The collection’s decorative offerings include two candlesticks, two votives and two vases. Additionally,two exceptional pieces complete this assortment: a chartreuse-green vase and a mirror, both edited in a limited series of 100 pieces. Folia’s barware encompasses a highball glass, shot glass, tumblers, round decanter, wine glass, water glass, champagne flue, decanter and water pitcher.
Additionally, three lighting creations – a table lamp, footed table lap and floor lamp – in crystal and ash wood are adorned with bevel-cuts to evoke the organic yet graphic silhouette of leaves. The most significant highlight of the collection is the first-ever furniture pieces from Saint-Louis. The sofa side table, bookcase and console feature ash wood, inspired by the storage shelves of the untreated timber seen throughout the Saint-Louis workshop in Moselle.
Folia ranges in price from $100 to $7,800 USD. Visit saint-louis.com