Objects with a story, elegant, singular, colorful, clean lines of Scandinavian influence but so French by their technicality, an eco-friendly design, of natural materials, made in France, and that’s not too bad at all.

Our values

Above all, our products are born out of a combination of our style and values.

Reflecting Marian's training in both France and Finland, the collection is truly 'Franco-Scandinavian' and is as technical as it is refined - much like the best-selling Fève lamp!
Everything is 'made in France', but that's not due to excessive nationalism, it's just a result of geography - we're French, and we manufacture locally, not 8461.52 km away!
The environment: In the choice of materials, of our partners and of the manufacturing techniques we use, we strive to be sustainable because we believe that it's important to take care of our planet.
Why should design be snobbish and reserved only for the elite? We say that it shouldn't! Design is for everyone, so let's stay fun!
This is our commitment to what we will try to show you (hopefully!) every day, via our news, blog and social media platforms. In short, we want to be complete transparent!


Gone's créateurs frères Dumontet

Marian, the younger brother (on the right) and Hadrien, the older brother (on the left)

Gone's is above all else, a story of brothers - of two guys from Lyon, who decided to set up shop under the heat of the Marseille sun in early 2013, and set about creating their own collection of beautiful everyday objects. After more than a year of relentless work, of researching partners to find those who were just as motivated as them, of highs, of lows, of sleepless nights... Marian's drawings began to become reality.

About us

A designer trained in Lyon, St Etienne, Strasbourg and Helsinki (in the studio of the famous Finnish designer, Ilkka Suppanen), he won various competitions in France and abroad and began to attract serious attention, not least from his big brother, who thought that perhaps, together they could create something beautiful.


Not so much an artist as an amateur designer, after first studying engineering and continuing at the prestigious HEC business school, he ditched a promising career in management (along with practically everything else except his wife) for his brother and Gone's.


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