Researcher and publisher of objects, Maison Intègre, was founded in 2017 by Ambre Jarno. It is in Burkina Faso, where she lived that the founder gives her project its roots: she collaborates with local antique dealers and artisans to reveal the elegance and history of African objects. Seduced and convinced by their beauty, Maison Intègre wishes to preserve their origins and promote an authentic and organic creative approach. The brand offers unique pieces selected from antique dealers in West Africa. Throughout her travels and over the years, Ambre has built up a robust network. For Maison Intègre, she chooses exceptional pieces and traditional objects: Senoufos beds, stools, masks, statues, vintage fabrics, etc. The patina of time marks these everyday objects. Inspired by the aesthetics of these antique pieces, Maison Intègre has published - in a limited edition and on order - the first collection of bronze objects. Made using the old technique of lost wax in Ouagadougou, each piece is the result of a collaboration between Burkinabe bronze makers and designers. It consists of a stool, a series of lamps, a set of candle holders and other objects of curiosity.