Pure forms and shapes are the keywords that describe Fou de Feu's style
Veerle Van Overloop, the creative mind behind Fou de Feu, finds her inspiration in architecture, photography and design culture. In her works she aims to blend multiple materials in the purest possible way.
In her collection named The Rhythm, she has fused white porcelain with leather and wood with marble in a way that can only be described as pure. The simplicity of the collection is not boring but liberating, though - various sizes of pieces encourage each user to compose a very personal set. Everyone can give their table its own rhythm and still retain the harmony.
Fou de Feu’s designs are known for her pure forms and shapes. This minimalistic and clean style is seen in all her collections. Her basic collection ‘TRUE’ is a set of four plates created in four different natural colours. A collection which fits éthique perfectly.
The same can be said for her new collection ‘CONNECT’ which connects materials: ceramics, metal and linen. Pink copper on tones of white. Plate with bowl or cup. The design links one piece to the next while the user is challenged to play with combination and function.