Koralie is a French female artist from a village in Camargue in the South of France. She studied architecture in Montpellier and had already begun exhibiting her work before discovering street art. This discovery was a true revelation for her as she began painting on city walls, thus becoming one of the first French women to practice this illegal art form.
It is by perfecting her art in a drawing studio that Laurence Mosneron Dupin, painter and illustrator, meets a stylist from Maison Pierre Frey.
The Rio de Janeiro coffee table is made of materials specially designed for outdoor use. The structure, very resistant to water, is made of solid marine plywood. The foams of the compound cushions of cells allow water and air to pass through and thus prevent mould and mildew while allowing a extremely fast drying.
Gaël Davrinche paints his canvas on the ground, giving us a resolutely contemporary encounter of a thousand flowers. Poetry, material and color balance come together in this painting, created in oils applied with brushes and fingers.