The winner of numerous design prizes, Julian Langevin is active in the fields of product design, furniture design and interior arrangement.
Alongside his collaborations with architects, start-ups and manufacturers, he conducts his own research which...
"Re-enchanting everyday life by going well beyond function."
Born in Lyon (1979), a mechanics graduate from the institut universitaire de technologie de Lyon, he then went on to study design at the école cantonale d'art, Lausanne. After his graduation in 2004, he moved to Paris, where he began working as an assistant...
"Creating functional products with a subtle, respectful aesthetic approach."
Born in Saint Germain en Laye in 1996.
Margareth studied design and interior architecture at the Esam Design.
Her first distinction came in the THG Paris x Esam Design competition, ‘la salle de bain de demain’, in which she earned second prize...
Design is singular, it brings together aestheticism, usages and users.
Inès le Bihan & Thomas Droze
Both born in 1990, we met when we enrolled at the École de design Nantes Atlantique. Since then, we have sailed from Paris to Shanghai, Tokyo to San Francisco.
All our experience is shared : Elium studio, Nendo, Kartell, Louis Vuitton, with the...
"Bringing form to function : essential, elegant, surprising then clear."
Philippine Lemaire was born in Saint-Etienne in 1984.
After spending time at the ESADSE in Saint-Etienne, she graduated from the ESAD, Reims in 2008.
Since then she has been working on a freelance basis, either alone or with a colleague. She...
"Creating clever, seductive objects to brighten our everyday life."
Mauro Lipparini's intensive activities in the field of industrial design encompass furniture for both home and office, textiles and other products created for numerous companies in Europe and Japan. In terms of architecture and interior design, he focuses...
"Design transforms a functional or superfluous object into one charged with aesthetic sense and semantics, thus enriching the domestic landscape."
Paolo Lucidi (1974) Luca Pevere (1977).
Both graduated and professionaly trained in Milan, they started to develop their first projects together since 2003 and in 2006 founded their studio LucidiPevere. They are facing constant challenges using...
"We are constantly seeking the correct aesthetic expression of the material and the technology with which we are working; in search of the right balance between traditional wisdom and industrial production."
Anne Lutz graduated in industrial design from the ECAL (école cantonale d'art de Lausanne). On leaving the school in 2010, she worked for Ionna Vautrin in Paris.
Anne studied ceramic art for 10 years (hence her work on 'the product'), along with...
"I really like the idea that an object merges with its surroundings."