Christian Astuguevieille designs are a majestic view into a created culture. Natural rope and painted cotton cord wrapped over a wood base creates an image reminiscent of the most transcendent and experimental artists. These unexpected furniture and sculptural pieces add texture, interest, and intrigue to a space, standing out in handsome and artful innovation.
The designer is a visionary French furniture artisan who, in 1989, found instant acclaim after his debut exhibition at Paris’s Galerie Yves Gastou. His signature creations—wrapped in hemp rope or painted cotton cord and distinguished by tribal-like forms—have since landed in the collections of such celebrated tastemakers as Delphine Krakoff, Tomas Maier, and Philippe Starck.