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GEOM Collection

GEOM is a collection of objects and small furniture designed by Sára Kele.

The forms,inspired by the Bauhaus movement and Suprematism, express confidence, stability and tranquility. The objects’ unity lies in their representation of an incomplete circle, creating an opening to new possibilities. The clean, timeless lines bring singular materials to the forefront, in line with the tradition of Boutures objects: two new innovative and durable materials - made of shell fragments and linen fibers - join the collection.

This project is a winner of WORTH II Partnership Projects, a competition that aims to inspire innovation through creative connections across Europe. Theobjective of this program is to develop innovative, design-driven products that contribute to global challenges, accelerating green and digital transitions and related transformations in the European economy, industry and society.


Designed to combine aesthetics and functionality, thisvase is composed of two elements: a cut glass bottle, which slides and fades into a block of terrazzo shells with contrasting surfaces.

This object highlights the know-how of the French company Malàkio, which imagines materials made of revalued shells (oysters, mussels, scallops), a mineral binder and plant-based pigments.

The low-tech manufacturing process does not require energy consumption and gives a unique quality to the material.

Ø20cm - thickness 8cm - weight 3,5kg


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GEOM tables

Inspired by László Moholy Nagy and Kazimir Malevitch, this unfinished circle with subtly broken lines is based on the European heritage of Bauhaus and Suprematism.

Elegant, rigid and light with an even and smooth surface, its grains reveal its natural essence: a biosourced material made of flax and biopolymer with a cork core.

This is the first piece of furniture made with Kairlin®, produced in Normandy, from locally grown linen with a reasoned use of water and fertilizer.

Kairlin® was developed by Kaïros for the skipper Roland Jourdain, who was looking for a biosourced material - light and resistant - for the fitting out of his racing catamaran We-Explore, participant in the Route du Rhum 2022.

Manufactured in France

Small design : Ø60cm, height 38cm

large model: Ø78cm, height 34cm


"We believe that sustainibility is not a goal in itself, but a seed, from which beauty must stem.

GEOM is a project born from the meeting of three women - united by a common passion for eco-design and the creation of objects from sustainable and innovative materials.

Sára Kele is a designer based in Budapest. A talented and award-winning designer, Sára combines her sense of art and aesthetics with her experience in eco-friendly product design. She creates inspiring, simple and timeless furniture and interiors - always keeping sustainability in mind. Wherever possible, she blends craftsmanship and innovation.

Marion Duzan is an eco-design consultant and furniture design expert. Convinced that sustainable development is a lever for innovation and value creation for companies, she assists small and large brands in the eco-design of products to improve their social and environmental footprint.

Laurence Saugé is the founder of Boutures, an eco-design studio specialized in sourcing and designing objects from innovative, recycled or bio-based materials. She works for major luxury brands for the research and development of creative projects; and collaborates with designers on the Boutures d'objets collection.