"The Raku valet, Benedict"

  • The Raku valet, Benedict by Fabienne L’Hostis
  • The Raku valet, Benedict by Fabienne L’Hostis
  • The Raku valet, Benedict by Fabienne L’Hostis
  • The Raku valet, Benedict by Fabienne L’Hostis
  • The Raku valet, Benedict by Fabienne L’Hostis

Designed by architect Tristan Auer, the Raku valet, Benedict, is perfect for hanging clothes and hold small objects in its pin-tray.

The shiny enamel was tailored especially from colour samples. The careful layout allowed for the Raku pieces to be placed and held without a joint. The pin-tray is voluntarily left without enamel with a matte black finish. Its "raw" aspect is contrasted by a work on the material's texture. The frame and cross are made of aluminum with a multidirectional finish and were produced by the Ateliers Bataillard.

The valet was first presented in the Maison & Objet show of September 2017 and was visible on the stand of the year's creator: Tristan Auer.

Dimensions: height 179cm x width 62cm