Born from my obsession with Lego. The versatile editions are a serie of transformable vase and pots made out of Corian. It can take multiple shape to fit your need, mood or interior design.
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Versatile edition home decor corian
The original version was made out of burnt wood or painted bricks with glass inserts
Les Edition Versatile - Corian & Marble
Les éditions versatiles - XL
Les éditions Versatiles - Wood& Glass
Les éditions versatiles 1
Les éditions versatiles Fly case
JDZ stands for Jingdezhen 景德镇. The world renowned ceramic capital located in the northeast of Jingxi province. JDZ project is the encounter between a traditional chinese stool and a lotus root. I discovered the lotus root on my first meal in China. it was served to me for breakfast at a large hotel buffet in Beijing, and it had the most interesting texture and flavor. Since that morning I became addicted and I decided that it would become blackmilk symbol. JDZ is a serie of 12, made out of ceramic with a varnished top, the rots have been spread around the world from China to HK and France. They are now living in the garden of the Yishu8 gallery in Beijing, in an apartment in Paris or in a headquater in HK.
Born from an intuitive and emotional affinity with the act of shaping different materials. HEINIUNAI means blackmilk. It is an iconic project that started while developing a new packaging for Nestlé. A project that I moved forward taking multiple shape and function.
From a set of 3D printed boxes to a set of pull-out boxes or ceramic bowls and candles. Atblackmilk we believe in the cross contamination of different ideas.
Yuán 园 stands for garden. Chinese garden are filled with architecture; temples, bridges, pavilions, etc. occupying a large part of the space. These elements are designed for providing shelter from the sun or rain, for contemplating a scene, taking advantage of a breeze, or simply resting. Chinese garden are an imitation of nature, using winding curves. The yuan editions are designed on the same principles. depending on the way it is standing. One can lay down or sit on it to contemplate the sky or the surrounding nature.
SHU stands for book and SHOU for hand. Using laser-cutting to trace a profil, SHUSHOU bookends are manufactured upon request using your own hand profil and dipped into a silicon paint according to your wish.
A project which started from transforming a traditional chinese torch into a lighting symbol that transforms from a candle holder into a flower holder or an oil lamp. At blackmilk we always keep an eye on the unexpected.
The shop is a gallery of products that are currently distributed in various shops or e commerce platform such as www.society6.com gave me the opportunity to create a dedicated collection using blackmilk original lotus root pattern.
Yuánfèn 缘分 is an important concept in chinese describing good and bad chances and potential relationship. It is comparable to the concept of karma in Buddhism. The driving forces and causes behind yuánfèn are said to be actions done in previous incarnations. blackmilk wishes that each piece of jewelry be given as a symbol of ones love and devotion. It is a symbol to serve as a daily reminder for the wearer of a special occasion, event, or simply ones love for another. Each design is a unique creation and each piece is entirely fashioned by hand.
ZhenZhu stands for pearl. These cufflinks are made in a wide variety of clear water pearl shades and fitting finishes. Each pair is unique, black pearl with a subtle shade of green on an old dark fitting finish.
Blackmilk take an experimental approach to every project. A furniture collection dedicated to upclycling and transversal creation, between plastic arts and decorative arts. blacmilk seek to remove all pointless elements. During my studies I wanted to find out how I can have a positive impact on people and the planet with my own professional skills and actions.
BMT stands for blackmilk tower. A project located in the Haidian district of Beijing, inspirated by the Yangshuo mountains in southern China. These buildings are design to minimize harmful effects on human health and the environment. The BMT project attempt to safeguard air, water, and earth by choosing eco-friendlybuilding materials and construction practices:
- Alternate power sources such as solar power
- Landscapes planned to maximize passive solar energy