Vases des Launes
A serie of terra cotta vases developed with Céramiques du Beaujolais.
The vases are made with the simple principle of enrolling a plate of clay around a mold. Thanks to its plasticity the material allows a wide range of variations in the dimensions and the shapes of the vases. First developed in Salernes, a village from south of
France historically specialized in the manufacturing of tiles, the vases are now produced in Villefranche-Sur-Saones, by Ceramiques du Beaujolais.
Cour des pieds carrés
Planning of the « Cour des Pieds Carrés » of the Villa Noailles for Design Parade.
The Cour des Pieds Carré is a reception courtyard situated at the East entrance of the Villa Noailles. Made of a terra cota tiles flooring organized around flowerbeds surrounded by a wall covered with whipped coating, this place of passage bears the aesthetic codes of the place but retains few visitors.
The intervention consists in a series of benches designed to merge in the environnement. They allow the visitors to enjoy the place but they do not denature it.
Set design for the performance of Marie-Pierre Brébant and François Chaignaud interpretating the psaumes of Hildegarde Von Bingen for the Fashion festival of Villa Noailles. Costumes design by Mareunrols.
A public bench designed for the beach of Saint-Pierre-en-Port, in Normandy. Rewarded with the special prize of the jury at Design Parade 11 at Villa Noailles.
This small typical beach of Normandie is surrounded by high chalk cliffs and protected by a concrete dam which does not let much natural space to take a sit. To fit this environnement, seaside bench revisits a common type of bench from the north seaside composed of wood and concrete. The seat and the backrest are made in cedar. This weather proof wood turns grey after a few month outside matching the natural aspect of concrete.
The concrete base is the most direct way to hold the boards together and to connect it to the ground. It is reinforce by a rebar later used to fix it into the ground. The circular section of the base is influenced by the use of a two part mold and reveals the sculptural potential of the concrete. Its volume is derived from concrete’s coating regulations on the seaside.
The boards are screwed and can be changed easily.
Photos credits : Kevin Pinsembert
A range of coffee cups designed with Alexandre d’Orsetti. Rewarded with the second prize of the Porcelaine Coffee Cup Design Competition in Limoges.
A collection of furniture in black mdf designed with Guillaume Bloget and developed with the support of Isoroy and Kronakoblenz.
It explores the aesthetic and the technical solutions of assembling industrial semi-products whose precisions and standard dimensions allows for perfectly adjusted joinery. A shelf, a bench, a space divider, a pair of trestles and a box form together
a monochrome decor, a background that gives way to the animation of daily life.