We like them because they add a beautiful touch to our homes, offices, neck, ears, and fingers!
Futuristic artists, a little on the eccentric side, the couple got into slow design by acquiring antique furniture, antique tableware, and wood scraps to create marvellous objects. We can see them, project by project, week after week, year after year turn their craziest ideas into reality with the help of innovative machines or techniques, and present us with unusual decorations, furniture, and jewellery.
They’re in the news now because they have just opened a new boutique in Brussels, in addition to their many retail spots, even though it’s in Liège that one can most often run into them (especially during the pre-dinner drink hour on En Neuvice, surrounded by other shopkeepers and residents of the street).
You can also follow them on Facebook or online on their slow design and digital craftsmanship website
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