Collaboration: sharing the same vision

Harmony between man and nature

In our desire to continually offer you products with a unique design, connected to nature, handmade and eco-responsible, we are pleased to present exclusive Bodhi collections at Crusoë.

We hope that you will be as charmed as we are by these unique products which will bring a touch of elegance and authenticity to your interior.

Artisans by nature

Who is dBodhi?

Each piece created by dBodhi is a unique homage to nature. They favor recovered and organic materials, and perpetuate ancestral Javanese traditions and knowledge to create pieces of exceptional quality and stories. Their 100% reclaimed teak furniture embodies a stylish fusion of modern lines and retro charm, making them perfectly suited to both traditional and contemporary spaces, adding natural warmth to any environment. Each of their creations is a true timeless treasure, designed to last.

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Eco-responsible materials and practices

  • Reclaimed teak wood

  • Handwoven Abaca

  • Coconut fibers

  • Hand forged iron

The reclaimed teak wood they use comes from ancient homes nestled in the remote villages of East Java, Indonesia. This rustic wood, from mature trees over sixty years old, is of exceptional quality. Steeped in history, it still bears traces of its past, sometimes with its original nails and paint. After careful sorting, their craftsmen set about sanding and reworking it manually. Each piece, imbued with authenticity and character, has unique and refined textures that cannot be reproduced with freshly cut wood. Each piece of furniture tells its own story, adding a unique touch to each room.

The abaca plant, a variety related to the banana tree, is widely recognized for its exceptional strength and remarkable flexibility. As one of the strongest and most environmentally friendly natural fibers, abaca is designated by the United Nations as the “fiber of the future.” Harvesting and processing this raw material is labor-intensive. Once the plant has flowered, it is cut, then the fiber-bearing stem is transformed into fiber strips. The latter are then freed of their pulp, washed, and dried. Their artisans then use various traditional techniques to braid or hand-weave these fibers, creating durable items of exceptional quality, each the result of a unique process.

To make their unique coconut leaf creations, local Javanese artisans use the sturdy part in the center of the palm leaves. Transforming this durable material requires very specialized knowledge, as well as unfailing attention to detail and patience. Once the palm leaves are cut, the central veins are carefully removed and left to dry, then cleaned and sorted before the next step: weaving. The thin stems are then assembled with thread on a traditional loom operated by hand by the artisans.

To create the furniture which features an iron frame, they call on local specialists from Java who forge the iron by hand in their workshop. To shape and assemble the necessary shapes, everything is made and welded entirely by hand. Once the desired shape is achieved, the iron is then polished and treated to ensure a flawless, luxurious finish that will resist wear and tear.

Crusoë X dBodhi

Dining tables and side tables

Storage units

Natural fiber accent pieces