Hamada, which means arid land in Arabic, inspired to Jean-Luc Le Mounier a whole collection based on the aesthetics of the cracked rocky plateaus of the Saharan deserts. This delicate and precious decoration was staged on the furniture using the ancestral technique of enamelling on copper. Thin copper sheets are covered with black crystal (enamel) by successive steps of cooking at very high temperatures. Then, like a jewel, they are covered with platinum. The furniture, whose interior is made of Ceylon lemon wood, consists of two doors opening on each side of the central part, containing three large drawers and a small precious box.