Pieter Maes, born in 1979, is a designer who lives in Paris. His work is about the power of pure forms and spaces that transcend time, about the areas of human history that have never been written down and about artefacts that suggest a distant past or a...
Peter Maly studied interior architecture at the Fachhochschule Detmold, graduating in 1960.
Between 1960 and 1970 he worked as a journalist and interior designer for a German interiors magazine.
He opened his own design and...
"I like working with clear, geometric forms : for me, they are the essential condition of their longevity."
Valentine MAUPETIT, née le 01/09/1995 à Paris
2018 - 2020 ESADSE – Ecole Supérieure d’Art et Design de Saint-Etienne DNSEP – Diplôme National Supérieur d’Expression Plastique option design mention objet, félicitations du jury.
Fattorini, Rizzini & Partners design contemporary furniture for a number of manufacturers in both Italy and abroad. Founded in 2009, their agency brings together Bruno Fattorini, President and founder of the MDF brand, Robin Rizzini, Design Director, and...
"Designing a product with a clear positioning and coherent design."
Philippe Moine is full of sincerity and humanity, deeply anchored in an approach where man is at once the source and the end purpose of his creativity. A sensitive lover of pictorial art and sculpture, he is nourished by the inexpressible which is...
"Unique pieces of furniture worked in a single material or with a harmonious marriage of wood, metal or glass."
Born in Nantes in 1991. Lives and works in London.
Graduated with a Masters in 'Industrial Design and the Mutation of the Built Environment' from École de design Nantes Atlantique (2015).
During his studies he had the opportunity of...
"Design is a process of creation, with the potential to radically change everyday practices within our environment."
Moisés Hernández Design
Moisés is a Mexican born designer based in Mexico City (born 1983). His hometown, being chaotic and over populated, as well as Mexican objects, traditions, textures, social contrast and chromatic diversity are elements influencing Moises’ work.
"Our everyday objects should be simple, cultural and poetry for our senses.
My inspiration: Chaos in my hometown and how this can be transform into simplicity with the efficient and surprising use of materials."