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Olfactory Column in Travertine

Olfactory Column in Travertine

Olfactory object

Brass, travertine and burnt cork

A decorative and olfactory object at the crossroads of the aesthetic codes of the architect Sophie Dries for the Maison D'ORSAY.

The designer brings here her own vertical and organic vision through a new combination of materials. In this version: brass, travertine and black cork. An ecological material whose porous nature allows it to receive the concentrated perfume that it delicately diffuses, mixed with its subtle smoky scent.

Height of the olfactory column : 22 cm.

Sold with two refills of the indoor fragrance 13:30 In the same place. A leathery, herbal fragrance evoking a walk in the woods.

Delivery time 6 to 8 weeks. Also available in Selenite.

Regular price 280,00€
Regular price Sale price 280,00€
  • → 3x free of charge in France from 80€ of purchase
  • → For any purchase of a fragrance, receive a sample to test your fragrance before opening it

Good to know

  • → Limited Edition
  • → Exclusive Collaboration
  • → Natural Materials
  • → Recyclable Packaging

Use and Care

The object is presented in a padded box:
- In order to create a unique experience, the object must be assembled, the cork structure is set in the structure of structure in selenite or travertine stone.
- To perfume the object, a few drops of the D'ORSAY perfume concentrate should be added to the cork part once a week. This organic support brings a delicate olfactory touch olfactory touch to your interior.
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Of Love

Goodbye, bikes, cities, cocoons: make way for the long cavalcades on the back of thoroughbreds, the smells of green hay, wet woods, cut grass, leather and black suede... Arrived in the heart of the forest, drunk with frenzied races, we are a bit lost. It was undoubtedly the goal.


Architect and HMNOP designer Sophie Dries is a graduate of ENSA Paris-Malaquais and Aalto University in Helsinki. Surrounded by exceptional craftsmen, she uses her knowledge of materials and their constant experimentation, practicing new ideas and methods to reach the "cosmic essence of matter", a concept dear to Brancusi. Free of any preconceived ideas, she creates spaces in the image of their occupants, guided by the singularity of each encounter. Today, Sophie Dries is present in Paris, Milan, and specializes in the creation of private residences, hotels, luxury boutiques, and luxury boutiques, and exhibition set designs.
Olfactory Column in Travertine


With this new exclusive collaboration, our passion for design and the work of architects is expressed once again. Heir to a true heritage, the House of D'ORSAY defends artisanal know-how by producing only in France and by surrounding itself with craftsmen who share its demand for excellence.