This collection was inspired by the book 'L'eloge de l'aridité, un autre jardin est possible', in which two landscapers,
Ossart and Maurieres, propose the wild beauty of arid gardens as a valid alternative and to the ecologically unsustainable aesthetics (water is so precious nowadays!) of the traditional 'green carpet' of English gardens.
The indistinct wealth of arid nature is represented in my work through shapes and colors, but also in its rough textures, thorny, but also soft, smooth and velvety.
The idea of trying to tame nature in a man-made aesthetic results in the use of natural and artificial materials, but also by the superposition of regular lines on more organically developed areas.