A sweet mix between Japan and Scandinavia.
No screws, no nails, not even glue: the extreme simplicity of the furniture created to measure or in small series by Alfred Rambaud, a young cabinetmaker based in Morbihan, forces admiration – and curiosity… An art of assembly learned from a Japanese master carpenter, Takami Kawai, in Kyoto, as well as the finishing with a (Japanese) planer and the woodwork, essentially manual, enhancing the purity of the lines inspired by French furniture of the fifties (Jean Prouvé, Charlotte Perriand…), Scandinavian furniture and the work of George Nakashima. “Wood is our muse, our palette; its shapes and colors speak to the one who listens to it”, said this great master of whom our Breton craftsman seems to be the worthy heir.
Small console in oak, linden and poplar; solid oak pedestal cabinet with burnt legs; simple oak stools… : let yourself be tempted…
Works to discover on the instagram account : @alfredrambaud