A Parisian apartment was re-created and remodelled using wood panels, respecting Louis XVI-period drawings and techniques. All sculpted elements were drawn and sculpted using documents from the Château de Versailles or private Parisian mansions. The rosette and panels above the doors were based on traditional themes : science, music, seasons….
A frieze created for the Shiseido boutique in the Palais Royal gallery in Paris.
150 bas-reliefs representing Zodiac signs based on Serge Lutens drawings.
Bronze models for the display cases.
An imposing curved 4 x 3 m bas-relief in carved oak for the Cartier shop in Stockholm, requiring a complex production process. Decorator Laura Gonzales’s composition was redrawn to scale 1, then modelled in plasticine to give it volume before being carved and gouge-sculpted.
For Guerlain’s Paris Rive Gauche boutique, architect Maxime d’Angeac wished to create a draped mural decor for the perfume display.
This comprised three imposing 3 x 3 m solid plaster modules, sculpted directly by Etienne Rayssac from a block of plaster.
A contemporary decorative carved oak wood panel feature where each notch is hand-carved.
These patinated brass-surrounded panels draw graphic lines on a Maxime d’Angeac designed wall in a private castle, offering an incomparable lighting effect.
Elements inspired by nature : shellfish, palm tree, leaves…
Art Deco-inspired bas-reliefs for Cartier.
Design, modelling, fine-tuning and production of the plaster which was then hand crafted to give the sculpture character and create the master model.