At-Once Shows Their Rattan Collection for Orchid Edition at Maison & Objet 2019
Tina Ledi and her daughter, Marion, founded Orchid Edition in 2018 to “renew the codes and styles” associated with rattan design. They are the third and fourth generations, respectively, of the Ledi-Krol family, which has been manufacturing rattan furniture for nearly a century under the banner KOK Maison. Orchid Edition’s creations are crafted in Indonesia from locally harvested vines, but four French ateliers hatched the clean, contemporary inaugural designs: AC/AL Studio, At-Once, Studio Guillaume Delvigne, and Jean-Michel Policar. Bôa, a sofa by Maxence Boisseau and Nelson Alves of At-Once, derives its name from the thick cane that forms its structure. Three cane-webbing space dividers, dubbed Panô, offer practical assets: a mirror on one and shelves on the others.