After her first furniture collection, Ginger, inspired by the cinema of the 1970s, the decorator Sandra Benhamou presents, this autumn, a new and radically different furniture set: Marfa. A tribute to the Texan ghost town that artist Donald Judd transformed into a temple of minimalist art. Without frills, the pieces designed by Sandra Benhamou are a return to simple and functional forms. Furniture that reveals a subtle assembly of natural materials and solid woods, such as elm and cork, pine and raffia. Developed in small series and handmade by French master craftspeople, the Marfa collection will be exhibited in the decorator’s showroom during Paris Design Week.
By Louise Conesa