Box PAGODA - two-tone oxide grey / red ochre - Design : Beatrix Li-Chin Loos
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Box PAGODA - two-tone oxide grey / red ochre

Beatrix Li-Chin Loos
Ref. : PAGODE-bicolore gris oxyde
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PAGODA is a collection of decorative boxes exclusively made from scraps of wood. It is the trapezoidal shape accentuated by a small bevel that evokes the contours of a pagoda. Once stacked up, these boxes represent a real pagoda!

The two-colour boxes draw their colours from nature... and in particular from the earth. The inspiration comes from a wonderful trip to Iceland, and pays tribute to the volcanic landscapes, with their breathtaking kaleidoscope of colours with oxides and sulphates... chalky white, yellow ochre, red ochre, gypsum, oxide and lava grey. Their particularity is the "ceramic" aspect, effect obtained thanks to the way of working the surface and the lacquer. The "lava" box, equally intriguing, contains a layer of chipboard which suggests volcanic rock.

It is a "haute couture" creation, at the frontier between design and craftsmanship, with a special attention to detail and beautiful finishing touches... handmade with the greatest care.

Materials : Scraps of medium, chipboard and elm wood

Colours: Oxide grey, red ochre (inside of the box), natural wood

Finishing: Natural BIOFA hard oil, eco-friendly BIOFA lacquer

Lacquered and oiled by hand. Made in France (Alsace), unique piece

Product Features

Dimensions (cm)
Grand - Large : H 7 cm, Ø 22 cm
Weight (kg)
Grand - Large : 0.8 kg

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Beatrix Li-Chin Loos

After having worked in the fashion industry in Paris, Beatrix Li-Chin Loos was involved for several years in the field of ecology. She then trained in cabinetmaking at École Boulle in Paris. By working wood, her favourite material, and promoting eco-design, she finally found her way: to combine creative and artistic work with an ecological dimension.

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