The visual identification alludes to the main principles of the creators – the furniture is noble, made in limited production runs, natural and crafted to the finest of details. Hence the catchphrase “The devil’s in the detail” and the logo reminiscent of a wooden cross-section.
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Reinterpreting the origins of the House, wallpaper, antiques, photos, drawings, archival textiles and a crystal chandelier create a warm setting. 50’s inspired furniture, a broad chest, and library shelves connected by a black, metal cabochon engraved with the logo of the House, give this space an air of « home ».
The simplicity and sharpness of the design conveys sophistication while the imagery of ingredients also shows a strong emphasis on taste and pleasure. The use of utensils such as blades is intended to depict the personal involvement of food specialists in the product, as distinct from commercial processes.