Maryna Dague Nathan Baraness
Maryna Dague and Nathan Baraness are two French designers who have founded their respective studios in Paris, with experience in New York, London and Milan. Working together or independently, the forms of their projects are nourished by heterogeneous and...
"Des objets qui évoquent."
Damaris & Marc
The Damaris & Marc design studio was founded in 2007 by Damaris Bilbao from Paris and Marc Navarro from Barcelona.
Initially the studio worked on a self-generative basis, managing both the creative process and the production of their creations.
"A design which generates emotion and happiness."
Born in 1956.
Architecte D.P.L.G (diplômé par le gouvernement). Founded the company Tebong with P. Bauer (1986-1995).
He has devised scenography for the VIA (1997), La Villette (2000) and the T.N.B (Théâtre National de Bretagne),...
"There is a certain amount of experimentation with regard to function, to poetry. It is this experimentation which gives a product its meaning."
D. Debiasi & F. Sandri
Daniel Debiasi (1981) and Federico Sandri (1977) founded their own design studio in 2010 and work within various fields of design, ranging from objects to spaces.
Multiple experiments and the relationship between manufacture and craftsmanship form...
Jan Christian Delfs
After an initial training in cabinetmaking and carpentry, Jan Christian Delfs studied industrial design at the Muthesius Kunsthochschule Kiel. Since 2005 he has designed products for international companies. He also lectures in design schools in both Kiel...
"A good design is clear, simple and stirring."
Born in 1991, Mathieu Delacroix is a french Designer graduated from Higher Education School in Art and Design of Saint-Etienne.
In 2013, his Aeon project won the ORANGE Young Designer Competition that then led him to be exhibited as a part of...
" Design allows one to give meaning to everyday objects in a way which is unexpected, inspired, sensitive and connected to others."
Born in 1979, Guillaume Delvigne studied at the Ecole de Design Nantes Atlantique and the Politecnico di Milano.
After graduating in 2002, he began working in Milan and Paris with major designers such as George J. Sowden and Marc Newson, before...
"I see my career as a kind of quest, through the search for beauty, meaning and validity."
Avril de Pastre
Avril de Pastre was born on 20th April 1987. After three years spent studying at the école des Beaux-Arts de Rennes, she was awarded her DNAP (Diplôme National d'Arts Plastiques) 'avec les félicitations du jury' (with honours).
In 2009 she entered...
"What I do is nourished by the optimism I require to be able to design and to envisage desirable futures."