A landscape loved, assimilated and then transcribed.
Raw forms and primary volumes.
Lulled by the rhythm of creeks and mountains, the founders of Atelier Sauvage make each of their creations a tribute to nature, steep, hard, but rich and colorful, in the South of France. And to life. To the good life. To the full and indolent life of the strong seasons.
Offering a joyous and uninhibited vision of design, through objects-manifestes inspired by a kind of abstract naturalism, Atelier Sauvage defends a craft design and privileges, for the manufacture of its furniture, a work with 4 hands.
Paul and Albane, neighbors of established at the Boulle School, find themselves in the common idea of a workshop on a human scale, which allows them to manufacture the things they imagine with simple and organic materials. Pure lines and sober curves.
A landscape that is remembered, refined and lovingly fixed in an everyday object.
Launched in 2015, Atelier Sauvage is defined as a 100% handcrafted, inspired and magnetic design studio. Initiated by Paul Demarquet and Albane Salmon, the workshop offers unique pieces with pure lines, often inspired by nature, and always created from simple and organic materials. Manufactured in four hands from conception to completion, each unique piece boasts a primary, instinctive and wild design.