At Leclaireur, Design has many faces: Lina Cavalieri's on - almost - all Fornasetti's creations, for example, Hugh Findletar's Flower Heads as well, and Dalo's ceramics.
Founded in 2007 by Daniel Derock and Loïc Bailliencourt, the Dalo studio has forged a particular aesthetic condensing various inspirations drawn from 20th century design, and more particularly from post-war Art Deco. Using lines - engraved or in relief - but also dots, cuts and sometimes even enamel, the two Frenchmen give birth to faces as expressive as they are poetically primitive.
Through their creations, the duo deals with various subjects ranging from nature and ecology to humanism, solidarity and hope. These versatile artisans express themselves through a multitude of techniques: throwing, modeling and colombinage - the assembly of clay balls to create a shape.
You can discover, admire, or immerse yourself in the look of Dalo ceramics at Leclaireur Hérold.