Anna Mareschal
de Charentenay


Tailored Ceramics
Tailored Ceramics, glazed
Real Fake Cheese
Faire Cabane
Future Food Fantasy
Rocking Chair


Anna is a French designer graduated in 2022 from the Design Academy of Eindhoven, where she explored ceramics, treehouses and food systems.

She is currently working in Milan as a leather goods designer at Bottega Veneta.

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Faire Cabane

Eindhoven, Netherlands, March of 2021. -> Marie Verdeil and I decide to build a treehouse. We imagine the treehouse as an experimental space, one which invites us to question essential notions such as living together, collaborating, inhabiting and creating society.

The first step, the collection of natural or recycled materials, allows us to approach our urban environment and its periphery as an ecosystem that the treehouse seeks to integrate.

During this collection, a network of relationships and resources is established around the project.

Construction begins spontaneously. The potential for imagination of the treehouse becomes a vector of community, and the materiality of the treehouse becomes the pretext that invites us to think and build together.

This growing community of friends and relations requires that a method for collaboration be established. Workshops are organised where everyone brings a tool and a food item, to participate in both the construction and life of the treehouse.

The treehouse is located in a park that is open to the public. This particular location pushes us to think of this object as a common that can be appropriated by all. We work on sharing the decision-making process as we aim for a more horizontal system.

As it develops, the treehouse becomes a lively place. From this dwelling, new needs emerge, defining the following stages of construction.

The two platforms of the treehouse are furnished and practicable. Events can be organised. Meals are shared there, making the treehouse experience accessible to all.

It's a beautiful treehouse. As we embark on new projects elsewhere, other groups make it their own.

In January of 2022, the real estate agency that owns the park destroys the treehouse. The multiple uses of this place, which go beyond the scope of the initial project, disturb them.

Repurposed wood, rope, branches, bolts, nuts, screws, nails. Photos by Marie Verdeil (1,4,5,7,8,9,10) and Francesca Tambussi (6).