Camille fuses the sensibilities of contemporary, minimalist design with the warmth and tradition of lost wax casting fabrication and materials. Subtle curves and surface details make these designs timeless and well suited to both traditional as well as contemporary interiors.
Plomb, inspired by a collection of antique plumb bobs the designer inherited from her grandfather, is an opulent mix of metals and exotic hardwoods - Gabon ebony paired with polished black nickel and Bolivian rosewood with rose-hued bronze, to name a few.
Peak, inspired in part by the geometries Marion was first introduced to while working in the office of the late Zaha Hadid, evokes the faceted forms of jewelry and the clean lines of architecture. The collection was named in honor of Hadid’s groundbreaking design for the Peak Athletic Club in Hong Kong.