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By Hand by Studio Brichet Ziegler

Just created this year by the French Duo Pierre Brichet and Caroline Ziegler the brand By Hands is composed by a family of objects and small furniture designed and hand-made in their workshop. The two designers draw the objects and then they produce them; it is a way to make their creations tangible. These...
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Photography by Baptiste Heller

Just created this year by the French Duo Pierre Brichet and Caroline Ziegler the brand By Hands is composed by a family of objects and small furniture designed and hand-made in their workshop. The two designers draw the objects and then they produce them; it is a way to make their creations tangible. These pieces bring both a sensitive and precise finish, with several materials mixed around craft and delicate techniques. Revealing the mark of the hands that made it, each piece of a series is unique and singular. This is the reason why these pieces are in limited edition. It’s time to discover some unique pieces of this newly born brand.

To get one or several pieces of By Hands, command here in their e-shop.

Oasis is a center piece in formed leather with a moulded skin to keep its shape, in a delicate thinness.
Sur le fil (on the wire) is fruit and vegetable basket. Its design allows direct bring food from the garden to the table.
Ombre portée (Drop shadow) is a table lamp. It is a tribute to the metal work and to its know-how. This is why the base and the lampshade are made from simple metal sheets. 
Lampe Ombre Portee By Hands 1
Lampe Ombre Portee By Hands 3
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