Passionate about both the Ancient world and contemporary design, French designer Léa Ginac has created a collection of unique sculptural lighting, objects and furniture. She mixes the old and the new, the quirky and the poetic, creating pieces that are modern yet timeless.
Léa Ginac likes to use authentic materials such as ceramics, plaster, or marble. Based in the south of France, she works hand in hand with a small number of highly skilled craftsman in both France and Italy.
Her first collection, named "HEKA" after the name of the goddess, paid homage to Greek architecture.
Léa Ginac's latest collection features ceramics and plaster. The collection, made up of strong simple shapes, hints at a classical past.