Cabinets of Wonders Made of Unusual Objects

Objet de Curiosité: design evokes animal, vegetal and mineral kingdoms

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Cabinets of Wonders Made of Unusual Objects
13/06/2018 - 'Objet de Curiosité was born join together multiple passions: love of nature, antiques, love of beauty, and love itself.' Pierre-Emmanuel Grange-Jaricot
 
Objet de Curiosité was created in 2001 thanks to Pierre-Emmanuel Grange-Jaricot. The story all began with a boundless passion for Nature and its curiosities. Even as a child, Pierre-Emmanuel used to keep insects and went out collecting fossils. Over time, and as he traveled around, he started to put together a real 'Curiosity Cabinet' of his very own. Very much in touch with fashion trends, his wife Lilau found a way of setting this passion within an interior design context. Since then, their world has been enriched with a whole range of chairs, lamps, and machines that might have existed.

To face the tensions of the outside world, Objet de Curiosité makes interiors more precious, turning them into sanctuaries that are both authentic and valuable. Each room becomes a world of wonders where quirkiness stands alongside magic in all its forms to wake the sleeping child in each of us.
Objet de Curiosité Collection

Objet de Curiosité Collection

​During ICFF they presented their eclectic curiosities with a strong temperament to decorate the most unusual interiors through three themes: Naturalia - natural curiosities turned into art piece, Ornamentum - cultural design add soul to any place - and Mobilium - furniture with a strong personality. 
Objet de Curiosité Collection

Objet de Curiosité Collection

Coming from the animal, vegetal and mineral kingdoms, all thier specimens are the fruits of thier wonder trackers located over the world. Their origin is certified and traceable through a dedicated certificate that is delivered with each item. They all have in common to be one of a kind. Just as you are.
 
'Inspired by the passion of the extraordinary, we bring you back to the cabinets of wonders made of new and unusual objects that were the precursors of our museums today.'
Pierre-Emmanuel Grange-Jaricot and Lilau Grange-Jaricot

Pierre-Emmanuel Grange-Jaricot and Lilau Grange-Jaricot

Objet de Curiosité Collection

Objet de Curiosité Collection

Objet de Curiosité Collection

Objet de Curiosité Collection

Objet de Curiosité Collection

Objet de Curiosité Collection

Objet de Curiosité Collection

Objet de Curiosité Collection

Objet de Curiosité Collection

Objet de Curiosité Collection

Objet de Curiosité Collection

Objet de Curiosité Collection

Objet de Curiosité Collection

Objet de Curiosité Collection

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