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Anna Le Corno

  • Farouche
  • Wood marquetry maker
  • Paris, France
  • Rising Star
Anna Le Corno Wood marquetry maker
French, English, Spanish
By appointment only
+33 643547773
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Taming a wild material

  • • Anna is inspired by nature’s beauty and wilderness
  • • She originally trained as an architect
  • • She creates custom pieces and her own collection

One of the reasons Anna Le Corno moved from architecture to cabinetmaking is because she can express her creativity in each stage of producing an object. “I definitely benefited from my architectural work, but I realised I wanted to fully express myself from the beginning to the end of a project,” she says. After training at France’s Ecole Boulle, she founded Farouche to create contemporary fine furniture, and enjoys collaborating with a variety of artists and artisans. She emphasises the role of chance in her artistic designs and how the veining of the laser cutting can contrast and highlight the wood’s natural veining. This interplay fascinates her.

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Amour is composed of two inlaid ribbons which become disassociated when dismantled, finding stability in their interlocking. This modular sculpture can be transformed into a coffee table or a console depending on hows it's assembled.

Photo: © Pénélope Sécher

Flora is a hanging sideboard featuring plant and animal marquetry patterns, from the most figurative to the most abstract. It is a custom-made commission, inspired by the A VIVO collection of decorative panels made in 2018.

Length 130 cm
Height 70 cm
Width 35 cm

Photo: © Pénélope Sécher

Pur is composed of two sliding decorative doors in Madrone wood hiding a dresser built into a wall.

Length 120 cm
Height 240 cm

Photo: © Solène Cochet
Plateau Rendez-Vous

Plateau Rendez-vous is a serving tray in walnut and rosewood marquetry. The veining of French walnut resonates with the complex geometry of the rosewood inlay.

Diameter 65 cm

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