Y'a Pas Le Feu Au Lac's
Arbour Cake Stand
The uncomplicated poetry that is a tree served as the model for this cake stand called the Arbour. The conical "trunk" bores through the platter fixes in place, further adding interest to the natural end grain of the wood. A timeless platform to present cupcakes, fruit or even non-edibles.
Craft is as integral to the end product for the trio behind France's Y'a Pas Le Feu Au Lac, a popular phrase that loosely translates as "no need to hurry." Wood turners Grégory and Marie Bodel connected with designer FX Balléry on a love of wood and their ties to the Alps' Jura Mountains. Like life there, the YPLFL Collection calls for taking time to smell the flowers, or in this case, the beech wood.