José Maria Reina
José María Reina is a versatile and self-taught designer. He belongs to the generation that promoted Barcelona as city of reference in the industrial design field.
José María Reina gives time a shape. He has been designing clocks since 2001.
A leading light in the current Australian design world, Nick Rennie counts the foremost European manufacturers of furniture, lighting and various products figure amongst his clients. Thanks to his exhaustive knowledge of materials and technology, he...
"Never ceasing to create simple, elegant and agreeable products."
Born in Paris in 1988, Prisca Renoux began to envisage making design her career at a very early age. After a 'baccalauréat littéraire', she went on to study object design at the ENSAD, from which she graduated in 2012. She then completed her studies at the...
"I seek to optimise the properties of a material with the aim of offering a simple, aesthetic and functional object."
Born in 1972.
Lives and works in Paris.
A trained plastic artist, ESBA (Tours). Collaborations with Ligne Roset, Monum Hôtel Sully, Manufacture de Sèvres, Galerie Neotu P. Staudenmeyer, C&C italy, La Maison Martin Margiela.
"Economy of materials, savoir-faire and timelessness."
A graduate of the école Camondo (2016), Mona bases her work on the principle of experimentation. This exploratory work is conducted through graphic design, photography and film.The plasticity of light is the crucial point in her approach to each project. At...
" Everything can be infringed and called into question, once we begin questioning that which surrounds us, in the spirit of doing things differently in order to do them better."
Born in Italy in May 1981.
Rosignoli studied industrial design at the University of Architecture, Florence, graduating in November 2005.
In 2006, she collaborated with the styling and technical design department of Ariete SpA.
"Improving daily life with pieces which are at once simple, timeless and poetic."
Born in 1985, Antoine graduated in architecture (HMONP) in Paris. He then went to work for various agencies, most notably the Ateliers Jean Nouvel.
Today, he works as an architect at the Musée d'Orsay.
For several years, he has also devoted time...
« The aim is to design objects with as much "clarity" as possible, with usage as a priority, in which each detail has its own importance. »