Every furniture collection and designer piece is special and unique in one way or another. Not all, however, are as priceless as the Camus series. This is a collection that preserves and promotes a heritage of extraordinary craftsmanship and which is meant to be appreciated for its artistic value and for the concept it represents. The furniture pieces in this series inspire people to find something beyond the geometry that defines them. In order for these designs to be fully appreciated and understood they need to be seen, touched and felt.
Every piece of furniture in this collection was designed to stand out but not in a striking and opulent manner. The Isadora chair, for example, is defined by sinuous lines, smooth lines and gentle curves as well as an overall graceful charm that offers it a strong and sensitive personality.
A lot of the designs are intrinsically geometric but not in the traditional sense. The design goes beyond simple geometry and adapts it in a very artistic manner. Everything is customized and the Atlantis unit is a wonderful materialization of all those details.
Designs such as Bolanzas are suspended somewhere between sculpture and furniture. In fact, the entire collection is elevated to the rank of art, going beyond the basics of functionality and design. Its strong artistic personality is the defining characteristic and the attention to details is almost overwhelming.
The silhouette of the Esgrimas table is exquisite. Composed of several modules beautifully linked together, the table has sinuous forms and delicately tapered legs that make it look like a ballerina. While the top surface is flat, the form is not by any means a symmetrical or regular one and this is part of its charm.