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Naturoscopie by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance

NATUROSCOPIE by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance in tl.mag 15 on New Territories. Discover the interview here:[gallery link="file" order="DESC"]Opening on 8 September at Galerie BSL in Paris, rue Charlot 23. Already on show at Design Miami/Basel, this collection of limited editions are composed of a...
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NATUROSCOPIE by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance in tl.mag 15 on New Territories. Discover the interview here:

Opening on 8 September at Galerie BSL in Paris, rue Charlot 23. Already on show at Design Miami/Basel, this collection of limited editions are composed of a shelf system, some lighting objects, low tables and a mirror. Noé is combining here more than ever design and technology in order to feel and touch the magic of some natural phenomenons. By observing the nature, he translates the physical presence of a tree or a foliage through the beauty of materials applied to our human environment.

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