The Crépuscule change tray is an accessory imagined by french designer Guillaume Delvigne for Maison Matisse. Easily integrated into a workspace, on a small piece of furniture in an entrance hall, or as a pocket tray on a side table, it brings a touch of uniqueness to any decoration. The marriage of natural cork with a bold color gives this piece a sober and cheerful look, like the work of Matisse. Available in two colors, it is also available as a bigger tray.
Crépuscule change tray, blue
Cork change tray, French design made in Portugal
Designer: Guillaume Delvigne
Dimensions (cm) : H3 x L24 xP16
Material : cork 100% recycled, FSC certified manufacturer
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The cork used to create the pieces imagined by Guillaume Delvigne is a natural material 100% recycled, from eco-managed cork oak forests and produced by a FSC-certified specialist. First reduced to grain, then sifted to the ideal thickness, it is then "amalgamated" into blocks. Thanks to a very precise machine, the natural cork block is then carved into the edge to form the final piece. All waste from this process is recycled back into the first stage of production.
The Crépuscule change tray is one of the desk accessories imagined in collaboration with Guillaume Delvigne. It is inspired by the irregularities of cuts present in the work Les Mille et Une Nuits (1950) by Henri Matisse so particular to the cut papers of the painter. The designer wanted to draw unique contours, as "accidental", echoing the creative process used by Matisse.