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  • Cassy Binneman

    simple side tables

  • Anthony Gautier

    "Artisanat du sud" is a collaborative project with the artisans of Akka oasis in Morocco to struggle against the desertification of southern regions. Products are made ​from techniques of weaving palm leaves in order to develop the local activity and diversify the craft production. The design of these objects comes from the encounter between contemporary shapes and traditional skills. Aïssa Logerot and Amandine Chhor are french designers.

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