Born in Vicenza in 1965, began working in the field of industrial design in 1990, also fulfilling the role of artistic director for prestigious furniture brands both in Italy and abroad.
In addition, at the request of Assarredo, he took on the...
"Design is passion, passion liberates the soul."
Pierre Charrié, independent designer, lives and works in Paris.
Graduated from the Beaux-Arts de Nîmes (DNAP option art) in 2004 and from Ensci-Les Ateliers in 2008; has worked with Normal Studio since 2009.
2013 : winner, Agora design bursary;...
"According to a principle of economy of means, I try to create new scenarios using the objects which surround us."
Chape&Mache is the creative partnership of Aurélie Chapelle (born 1986) and David Machado (born 1984). Having graduated with honours from the école supérieure des beaux arts d’Angers in 2011, their collaboration really began in 2013, under the name...
« Drawing inspiration from everyday life for design which bears the imprint of multiple scenarios. »
Born in 1962. A trained plastic artist, Pierre Charpin has dedicated most of his time to the design of furniture and objects since the beginning of the 1990's.
Since then his work as been just as likely to veer towards experimental projects on which...
"To render existence richer and more responsive. Design must be a means of achieving this, rather than an end."
The projects of Gabriela Chicherio (born 1980), who graduated from the ECAL, Lausanne in 2004, are always considered from a functional perspective whilst incorporating beauty of form and 'that little extra' to make them unforgettable.
In 2004, Ligne...
"Chaotic order, dark corners illuminated, artificial nature, ordinary presciosities, I love to plunge myself into contradictions !"
Emilie Colin Garros
Emilie Colin Garros was born in Burgundy in 1982. She studied design at the ESAD, Rheims from which she graduated with distinction (‘la mention du Jury’) in 2008.
She now divides her time between Dijon and Paris, working for Mathilde Bretillot and...
"Freedom of usage confers on objects a nature which is as practical as it is contemplative."