Thomas Mailaender and Ivan Mietton created their publishing house: PERFECT DOCUMENTS. Named as an homage to the exhibition “Perfect Documents: Walker Evans and African Art”, held in 1935 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New-York which presented a selection of photographs considered by certain art historians as “perfect documents”, this venture specialises in the production of quality furniture in limited edition. PERFECT DOCUMENTS’ originality lies in the choice of its production as all the selected objects have the particularity to be “forgotten” objects. Until till now they remained buried in the state of project and were never fabricated for reasons that history will reveal for each new production. Sometimes left in the state of non-conclusive prototypes, these pieces are real historical documents that PERFECT DOCUMENTS aims to present to the public. Finally, these forgotten projects are the testimony of creative experiments by artists known to evolve outside the sphere of design in different activities. The “Chaise Musicale” by Boris Vian, first piece of the collection highlights this concept.