De Bonne Facture presents in collaboration with the ceramist Mad Morio, an exclusive selection of terracotta pieces made in the colours of Edition 17 inspired by the novel "The Man Who Planted Trees" by Jean Giono. Made in French clay, their chamotte aspect gives them a unique grain and texture. From the unbleached shades of Burgundy to the wine-coloured earths of the Spanish border, these natural earths are a direct echo to our Edition. Turned on a potter's wheel or sculpted by hand in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, these ceramics evoke the idea of a weaving thread drawing the piece.
Voiles Inspired by fishing villages in France, and Agnès Varda’s 1950s movie La Pointe Courte, this capsule plays with traditional styles of Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines. Read →
De Bonne Facture on LITA.co | Video Discover our philosophy and all the reasons to invest with Déborah, our founder. Shown with exclusive shots taken in our space rue Sedaine in Paris, where our store, showroom, creative studio and team are located. Read →