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GILLES CAFFIER’s creations are humanistic. They are born from the hand and nature, without rejecting technology. His lines are pure, sensual, sometimes unexpected. He plays with the nature of materials, exploiting contrasts and diversions. Leather becomes metal, rough becomes soft, minimal becomes exuberant. He plays with beauty and its natural marks, embellishing case by case, sophisticating the exception. Each piece is the result of meticulous work, and a unique mixing of knowhow and permanent questioning. A large part of his collection are limited editions.
Gilles CAFFIER gives a second life to a few interesting wood pieces which have been cut, partially burnt, plunged in water or deep earth for years. Coating them, burning them, regenerating their rich textures and reinterpreting their silhouette.
Exclusive Wood Expressions Exhibition at Street Lobby (G Floor) features a few interesting art pieces which reinterpreted the silhouette of wood with mood installation in the water pond emphasizing the monumental mineral facade of Sofitel So Bangkok from now until 31st July 2014.
For more information, please call 02-624-0060 or email
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About Gilles Caffier
Gilles Caffier was born in France and studied textile and fashion design. He started his textile career in the Parisian couture, Yves Saint Laurent and Paco Rabanne were among his clients. He moved to Tokyo at 22 and became an international fashion school art director and a  few years later he opened his design studio. In 1996 his first collection is featured at Joseph in London. He attracted the attention of design and interior visionaries as well as the international press.
Gilles creates and produces a collection of furniture, lighting, and accessories for design and lifestyle boutiques. His collections are now carried in 25 countries on 5 continents. Gilles also works with influential hotels and restaurants by creating few accessories for Alain Ducasse’s SPOON restaurants, Parrot Cay Hotel-Turks and Caicos, Metropolitan Hotel-London, The Prince Hotel-Melbourne, The Mandarin Oriental Paris and Cheval Blanc Hotel-Chourchevel have large selections of Gilles’s pieces.
Recently, GILLES CAFFIER has turned his attention to interior design and renovation projects. His Bangkok showroom is at Sofitel So Bangkok.

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