Mix, compose, juxtapose…
Our objects from around the world defy time and fashion… They are the source of long-time dreams and motionless journeys… The house vibrates under the spell of a multicultural influence.
This crossbreeding, witness to your creativity, will bring an extra soul to your interior.
Marine archeology (18)
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Atmosphère d’Ailleurs, we needed to find an object with a strong story, likely to make people dream, spark their desires and curiosity. When he finally found a set of antique Ming porcelain bowls discovered by the famous underwater archaeologist Franck Goddio in 1997 off…See our Marine archeology
Decorative objects (88)
A collection of antique objects as eclectic and moving, where everyday accessories become decorative or sculptural objects. With their patinas and unusual presence, they add a tribal or vintage touch to your interior. A nice way to dive into distant traditions and give them a new life, today.See our Decorative objects
Ge Ba collages (6)
The “Ge Ba” originated in China from the recycling of clothes too used to be still worn. These fabric collages retrace Chinese life and history in colour, offering our astonished eyes magnificent paintings whose shades and textures are strangely reminiscent of the works of Poliakoff or de Staël. Handmade between…See our Ge Ba collages
Pots were originally used as storage containers. The stoneware ones, particularly solid, allowed for the conservation of liquids and perishable food products as well as for their maritime transport. It is therefore common to find them far from their place of origin. They are found along the major maritime routes…See our Pots
An invitation to calm down and, why not, meditate. Allow yourself to be enthralled by the enigmatic looks of these sculptures. Their hands, often clasped in a “Namaste” position, convey serenity in your living room or outdoors, in your garden.See our Statuary