École de Pensée | Alexandre Bavard


École de Pensée collaborates with French artist Alexandre Bavard to present a collection of exclusive pieces uniting the Parisian’s eclectic universe to the brand’s signature cuts. The recognizable partial bleach finishing, that has been done at the artist’s family vineyard in Puligny-Montrachet, Burgundy, takes back different freehand painting and stencil techniques from Bavard’s latest work and exhibitions.

The process, consisting of different layers of washing and bleaching, suggests organic sprayed patterns and strokes, in which the outline of plants and wild flowers that were harvested on the domain takes shape. The cutting and the arrangement of the different parts of the fabric rolls were done in École de Pensée’s ateliers in order to obtain a set of pieces with compositions differing from one another.

Every piece is unique.

HOMEWARE

A curated selection of accessories and home objects from European and Japanese collaborators. Hasami Porcelain, Toyo-sasaki glassware, FRAMA, &tradition, Common, Saito woods, Takazawa candles & more.

École de Pensée x FRAMA

"Dernier Occupant"

Presented inside the Maison Linton, one of Montreal’s listed heritage house located in the Golden Square Mile area, Dernier Occupant celebrates contemporary design juxtaposing past with present.

The exhibition presented by École de Pensée and hosted by architectural designer Mitchell Sweibel showcases pieces of furniture from Danish line Frama and pieces from École de Pensée archives, amongst canvas wrapped installations and temporary built structures, a glimpse from the past reminding us the house has once been abandoned.