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Amaury Poudray | REMEDES

Objects Amaury Poudray | REMEDES

REMEDIES (REMEDES in French) is a series of six containers made of wicker and rattan. Each of them dialogue with an handle or a leather surface. It is intended to contain dry staples, nuts, oranges, figs, lemons, garlic. Each food was chosen for its nutritional qualities and healing. The color of the leather of each element matches the tone of the food content. Rattan and wicker are ideal for their conservation.

Amaury Poudray | REMEDES

© Tiphaine Vasse

Amaury Poudray | REMEDES

© Tiphaine Vasse

Amaury Poudray | REMEDES

© Tiphaine Vasse

“REMÈDES highlights beneficial effects of some kind of food. The containers designed geometrically become alive and imprecise due to the properties of wicker and rattan. This series inspired me inspired me in the same way than “grandmother’s recipes” can inspire me. Simple shapes are driven by organic tension of life from wicker, rattan, leather, but also garlic, limes, oranges and figs. REMÈDES is a series of small objects that mixes the points that seem important to me in the legitimity of an object : functionality, aesthetics and meaning. “

Designer: Amaury Poudray
Photos: Tiphaine Vasse
Commissioned: Granville Gallery
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