Fabrice Ausset spent his childhood between Nîmes and Uzès observing nature, discovering hidden caves or caverns, prehistoric remains, rocks and pebbles carved or sculpted by the water flowing in the Gardon valley. Leaves, plants, trees, pieces of wood, rhizomes, minerals are transformed into carpets, lamp posts, armchairs, poufs which, once assembled, shape organic universes:
a perfect coalescence of archaism, smooth atmospheres with a touch of eccentricity. Through these novel objects, both humble and ambitious, all facets of nature and modernity coexist effortlessly. Our turbulent thoughts and emotions settle comfortably into a state of natural peace, but also awe and wonder.