This collaboration between the architectural studio Heju and Beauregard studio was born from a desire to explore associations of curved lines and interweaving, more or less complex. These motifs allow us to imagine small paintings, which reveal themselves and take on their full meaning once combined. The palette oscillates between natural, soft and past tones. Depending on the combination chosen, the pattern becomes completely different. The patterns of the Heju collection have a geometry that uses the most elementary forms. The collection contains references to the pioneers of Modernism, such as the purist paintings of Le Corbusier or the organic architecture of Alvar Aalto. The collection is thus a subtle blend of primary geometry and organic modernism.