Pushing the perceived notion of the boundaries to our previous builds, we wanted to do something different and base the entirety of the build on one purpose: the aesthetics.  We built it because we could!

The imagined shape was literally taken and translated to the real thing in little over a month. The functional requirements of initial designs etched out on paper to firing up the engine for the first time reminded us why we chose to live like this.

Few moments are as satisfying as this one and being able to host it at the legendary Colette window only amplifies the experience, overwhelming.  Something from nothing, nothing to something, the realisation that anything is possible might sound cliché but I sincerely hope this is what life’s about.

Thomas Erber’s Le Cabinet de Curiosités fifth edition.