Single-Family House

Here we have a house with a clearly contemporary style in the Burgundy region, near Dijon. It stands out for its architecture of straight, uncluttered lines and ample, light-filled, spaces that are unpretentious and highly functional, where less is more.

Francette´s bathroom

Its owner, Francette, aware of the importance of the details in this project, since some of them embody the soul of lived experiences, came to the Atelier to develop the ceramic elements of the house and to achieve

totally original pieces that would give the project the personal touch it deserved. The interior designer found the inspiration for this project in Francette’s indelible memories of a trip to Japan. The designer also added

little touches of personality by using certain elements that transmit the tastes and stories of the people who live there, without losing this practical, pure, and discreet character.

Interpretation of the Atelier

To reflect all these ideas, the artists created maps of coloured ink on the washbasins, connecting watercolours and water, whilst the mural is

characterised by the absence of colour and a sense of movement that is transmitted using forms through strokes that recall the woven texture

of wicker. This added a more traditional facet in contrast to the modernity of the setting.

Pieces

Its owner, Francette, aware of the importance of the details in this project, since some of them embody the

soul of lived experiences, came to the Atelier to develop the ceramic elements of the house and to achieve totally

original pieces that would give the project the personal touch it deserved.