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Materials: Sisal, hemp, stone, wood, root, clay, terra cotta: nature has provided the raw materials. People, through their cultures, beliefs, and rites, have transformed them.
Colors: Ocher sand, white shells, red earth, brown bark...colors become one with the materials, giving our interiors an incomparable charm and naturalness.
Patterns: Symbolic representations of an im
Hardcover, 144 pages
Published December 8th 1998 by Flammarion
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Journaliste (Figaro magazine), romancier, Stéphane Guibourgé a publié deux recueils de nouvelles et sept romans dont, chez Flammarion, Le train-fantôme (2001) et Une vie ailleurs (2003).
Il fait également des photographies.
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