Two distinct worlds co-exist. Like a mirror, the furniture voyages with the artwork and shifts into the abstract. The image is a sign proposed by Thomas Paquet: his original narrative reveals nature and captures an immaterial light. The shadow of a solar eclipse invites us to contemplate the consistency of night and the absence of stars. The artist’s focal point projects a precious light that appears to be perfect while blurry lines translate magical light waves. In a closed space, Charles Zana invites us to experience the shadows of his interior design. The thick furniture takes over the space to enter in a dialogue with it. Soft light engages and ricochets off the furniture’s sensual curves, evoking the impression of a gentle touch provoked by tactile materials. We sense a powerful feeling of comfort as their softness conveys a desire to live the experience. Julie, Franck, Ulysse, Nomad, Tondo and Omaggio form a generous, rebounding landscape in a calm network of creations issued from a single source: the talent of the architect.