Architects, designers and brothers, Daniel and Michel Bismut go from the detail of a piece of furniture to the design of a building. They work the line, the space, the material and like to simplify the architectural vocabulary to keep only the essential one. A story of just proportions, of absolute harmony between empty and full, lines and volumes, inspired contrasts between marbles and weavings of copper, raw linen and solid oak. Unusual effects sublimated by research, between craft and technology: games of relief between mass and transparency, East and West.
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