Furnitures & Collaborations

Stéphanie Coutas constantly seeks innovation and originality in her work with materials.

She collaborates with highly skilled artistic craftsmen and French ceramics, glass and fabric companies with production units that meet the practice’s stringent standards.

From unusual new finishes to precious and semi-precious stone inserts to unique marquetry work, Stéphanie Coutas adds an extra touch of soul to these fine materials, subverting their traditional application with benevolent boldness.

Stéphanie Coutas has been producing her own furniture and decorative items since 2015.

Bilou-Bilou Chair

Stéphanie Coutas reviews Promemoria's iconic piece Bilou Bilou.

Its white bouclé seat is encircled with Promemoria's signature bronze.
Like a slim-waisted figure, the ivory shagreen feet rest on bronze heels.

“Paris” chandelier

A majestic chandelier designed by Stéphanie Coutas for Baccarat. It does not require a high ceiling (1.8 m in diameter).

“Bronze Cambium” Table

The hand-made top in solid bronze has a design that radiates outwards, subtly reminiscent of the cross-section of a tree.

“Magical Rocks” console table

A pairing of Macassar ebony and Venetian glass in shades of purple, from the Magical Rocks collection by Stéphanie Coutas.

“Ginkgo” wall light

The feather-lightness of a leaf enhanced by velvety patinated bronze.

“Jade” Sofa

A juxtaposition of velvet and metal characterises this XXL sofa, one of the practice's iconic pieces.

“Magical Rocks” Table

Venetian glass revisited by Stéphanie Coutas.

“Elipse” Wall light

Limited edition Elipse wall light in polished and hammered bronze, designed by Stéphanie Coutas.

“Marble Water” Bench

Solid bianco oro marble crafted so that the vein crosses the piece; engraved using digital technology; sculpted relief depicting random strata; asymmetrical polished brass base.

Lumiaire “Botero”

A unique piece in alabaster and bronze that defies the laws of gravity, this monumental chandelier was designed by Stéphanie Coutas in collaboration with Alain Elliouz for an Arabian palace.