Arborescence collection

By drawing on the DNA and roots of Christofle, Ora-Ito imagines "Arborescence", the fruit of a reflection on traditional and usual archetypes with refinement and rigor. He perfectly integrates the codes (purity, elegance, materials), boldly imprints his signature on it and his vocabulary transcends the material as obvious: the lines are fluid, organic in inspiration, close to geometric abstraction.
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Graphics tree

In 2013, the collection was completed with candelabras and pieces of steel furniture. It consists of a side table, a coffee table, a console and a limited edition dining table. Faithful to the tradition of goldsmith's furniture, Ora-Ito offers its contemporary vision of metal furniture. Arborescence thus sits Christofle's approach towards new materials: here, steel which offers its modernity and its comfort of use to design lovers. She marks with her unique imprint the lifestyle collections of the house and asserts herself as the icon of today’s Christofle.

Ora Ito

The famous iconoclastic designer Ora-Ito continues his collaboration with Christofle and reiterates his attachment to the goldsmith by signing new creations. In 2010, he entered the world of the house by creating his first art of living collection "Arborescence", which has now become one of the brand's great aesthetic codes.
Simplexity
Simplexity

This collection was enriched in 2011 with new pieces while respecting the initial approach of the designer: linearity and curve. He therefore created a 21-light centerpiece in silver metal, a geometrically shaped floor lamp fitted with opal polyphane shades, as well as a pedestal table with a pedestal in the shape of a graphic tree. The designer is faithful to his philosophy, "simplexity" or the art of giving an object with complex functions an apparent simplicity, a true sign of recognition of his know-how. By drawing on the DNA and roots of Christofle, Ora-Ito imagines "Arborescence", the fruit of a reflection on traditional and usual archetypes with refinement and rigor. He perfectly integrates the codes (purity, elegance, materials), boldly imprints his signature on it and his vocabulary transcends the material as obvious: the lines are fluid, organic in inspiration, close to geometric abstraction.