Tsé & Tsé associées
Since the early 1990s, Catherine Lévy and Sigolène Prébois, the designers, scenographers and decorators behind Tsé & Tsé Associées, have been creating objects that are poetic, joyous, colourful and, for the most part, limited editions.
Some of their creations have become timeless best-sellers. Such as the April Vase, a row of glass flower tubes inspired by Japanese Ikebana, or the Cubist Garland, a delicate chain of paper dice that warm the atmosphere with its soft lights.
Kingdom of fantasy and poetry
After a long period selling their designs in prestigious outlets, like the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Pompidou Center and Sentou Gallery boutiques, they opened their first space in 2011 on the Rue Saint-Roch. And in 2014, they opened a second boutique not far from the Place des Vosges, at 12 rue de Sévigné.
The charming Saint Roch store reflects their unusual universe and contains a prolific and eclectic collection of objects. Everywhere, things glisten, glimmer, intrigue and amuse: the inimitable enamelled white porcelain salad bowls in the Famished range; the translucent, attractively named Night Igloo candleholders; glasses engraved with fingerprints and made by master glassmakers in Eastern Europe using traditional methods. Every visit yields something out of the ordinary. Design buffs, this place is for you.
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Days and opening hours
Every day throughout the year between 11 AM and 7 PM. Closed on Sunday.