The Objets sans âge series raises the question of the complexity and durability of domestic electronics, trough familiar items, symbols or our daily rituals (waking up, switching the lights on, reading news…).
It defines a new typology of objects more timeless and emotional, playing both on an archaic and technologic identity. Inspired by the several properties of porcelain both very sensual and technical, they bring a kind of gentleness to everyday life; a way to reinterpret household products into high regard and high quality objects.
Blurring the boundaries between craftsmanship and technology, each material was chosen for its tactile, sensory and functional potential: porcelain is highlighted through its different qualities (translucence, tone, visual and tactile smoothness, strength, electric resistance), as well as wood and gold enamel, which is normally used as decoration, here revealing its great electric conductivity.
A breather in the midst of the race to hyper-technologisation of everyday life, the Objets sans page are an invitation to rediscover a sensitive and intuitive way of interacting with home.