Magazine Les 3 Vallées

Mountain-inspired decorative objects…

 
LIGHTS!


«La petite lampe qui monte» lamp is designed by Savoyard company, Black Peuf. In the shape of a cable car, it can be hung or fixed to a wall, depending on the model chosen. Available in black or red, it can be personalised with the name of your favourite ski resort. Made in France (aluminium and wood), it meets CE standards and is delivered with an LED bulb.
👉blackpeuf.com

IN AND OUT

Inspired by the famous Adirondack chairs, Fabrice Aurejac makes his very own Adironspats from his workshop in Annecy. Shaped like skis, the solid wood planks can also be found on the Ski Armchair. The artisan woodworker uses different types of wood (oak, ash, larch and sapele), which are well suited to the outdoors as well.
👉apreskihomestyle.com

THE STOOL

Designed by Charlotte Perriand, these stools are inspired bythe mountains. The «Tabouret Méribel» stool takes its namefrom the Méribel chalet where the designer and architect often stayed. Made from solid wood, it has three angularlegs. As for the «Tabouret Berger», it takes its name from theAlpine shepherds who used this type of stool for milking.

Its turned seat is also made from solid wood.
👉 cassina.com

THREE-LEGGED

Together, Peter Wendling and David Jennepin have designed and produced the 3POD range of furniture. The collection was inspired by traditional know-how, taking ergonomics, functionality and aesthetics into account. Made in Grésivaudan (Isère department) from local wood, wool felt was used for the seat pads and chairbacks. Each piece of furniture has an original design feature, with only three legs, like milking stools of the past.
👉3pod.design.com

 

 

WINTER BOUQUET


Together, Peter Wendling and David Jennepin have designed and produced the 3POD range of furniture. The collection was inspired by traditional know-how, taking ergonomics, functionality and aesthetics into account. Made in Grésivaudan (Isère department) from local wood, wool felt was used for the seat pads and chairbacks. Each piece of furniture has an original design feature, with only three legs, like milking stools of the past.
👉nou-design.fr

IDENTITY FURNITURE

Based in Savoie, Benoit Chabert has come up with a new range of mountain furniture. Lights, coffee tables, mirrors and even console tables, each piece is inspired by the mountaintops and ski resorts. The designer uses various materials, including wood, steel and wool felt and all Altiligne products are designed and manufactured in the French Alps.
👉altiligne.com

IN THE DINING ROOM

From his mountain forge in village of Les Chapelles in theHaute Tarentaise Valley, Stéphane Thomat makes differenttypes of knives (straight, folding, table…). Each piece is unique, with a steel blade and a wooden handle (walnut, holm oak or cork oak). The bladesmith uses naturalmaterials to create harmonious shapes. You will find hisknives on the tables of the 3-star Michelin restaurant La Bouitte in Saint-Marcel.
👉alpine-concept-store.com

TEA OR COFFEE?

In Sainte-Foy-Tarentaise, Anne Marmottan produces white stoneware ceramics, creating bowls, cups, mugs, plates, jugs… with her own hands. As white as snow, each piece showcases skiers or Savoyard mountain ridges. She recently produced a range for an estate agency in Courchevel.
👉alpine-concept-store.com

MADE IN TARENTAISE

La Feuille Blanche is a group of passionate designers who came together to create micro-collections of original furniture. Each piece is inspired by mountain furniture, but with a modern twist.

Designer Dado Robino has come up with a collectionshe calls «Bestiole» (creature), where rustic linesand dovetail joints are given a new lease of life.
Set on delicate feet, the pieces of furniture are draped in linen and wool cloth to breathe warmth into your interiors.

Architect Carlos De Ascencao draws his inspiration from the Savoie region’s historical and contemporary built heritage. He has added a modern touch to the Savoyard chest, based on a traditional version from the Maurienne Valley. The Arca chest features clean lines and contemporary design.
👉lafeuilleblanche.fr

 

 
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