Selected with heart or tailor made by young French talents, the art pieces currently
on display on our walls are available for purchase, exclusively for our residents.
My “vegetable language” is made of reminiscence, childhood, when we invented stories with hands in the dirt, with leaves and stones.
And it's the figure of Eliane, my beloved grandmother who spoke to flowers.
Today, those memories of childhood remain very strong, and feed my forms and intuitions of nature.
Patrick Roger lives and works in Sceaux, close to Paris, in a huge workshop where his gourmet creations meet with his works of art. His collection is abundant and never stop growing; he has created about 240 sculptures in 20 years, some of them measuring more than 35 meters and weighing several tons. Real technical feats.
Patrick Roger presented his work of art in France and abroad: at the Montreux Biennale (Switzerland), at the Rodin Museum (Paris) for his reopening, at Christie's France, at 21_21 Sight Design of Tokyo ... He also published several books on his work of sculptor.
Laureline Galliot is a multi-disciplinary artist, object’s designer, textiles, carpets, wallpaper and is also a digital painter and illustrator. Her intuitive, compulsive, tactile practice of drawing on iPad feeds and contaminates his plastic production.
Constantly visiting museums during her travels, she observes and transposes her masters into painting.
Leo Caillard was born in Paris, France, in 1985. He is a part of this new generation of artists, associated with the important changes since the 2000s at the dawn of the digital age and with the new societies’ issues.
Since 2002, Iona Vautrin worked successively for Camper in Spain, George J. Sowden in Italy and for Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec in France.
At the same time, she developped her own projects with different publishers.
It started with Industreal then continued with ToolsGalerie, Wallpaper and more recently with Fosacarini, Moustache or Super-ette ...
She opened her own studio in January 2011 after winning the grand prize of the creation of the city of Paris.
I was born in Paris but I grew up in West Africa, in Zaire, today's Congo. My parents raised us with great freedom; I had the chance to be around the artistic and intellectual African community, from a very young age. After a brief return to Europe, I went to Brazil to work with a painter in an artist's residence in Recife, then in Manaus in the Amazon. I return to Africa at 22 and worked for UN communication in Nairobi-Kenya.
At this time, I created helped by the French Consulate and David Blumenkrantz, American photographer reporter, a photographic development studio for Kenyan journalists. Those two activities allowed me to live in the heart of the population, to explore the country and to make exceptional relationships, which make a part of the artist that I am today. From all these journeys, from all these relationships, came the idea of landscapes; landscapes that I traveled and landscapes of souls that I met.
Born in Hong Kong, I lived in London, I grew up in an environment rich in culture and bilingual. It's been ten years living in Paris, and I’m never tired of discovering new things every time I go out in this wonderful city.
I attended the greatest museums in Paris from an early age and I quickly developed a great sensitivity for art, especially the paintings of the great masters of the Renaissance, as well as pop art.