Pagnon & Pelhaître
1977 : graduated in decorative arts
1978 : creation of the furniture department at Ensad
1979 : creation of Pagnon & Pelhaitre design
1981 : Amarante, Dariosecq
1982 : Sara, tables basses Habitat
1983 : First, Cinna
"Our design is in our image : authentic and convivial, innovative and visionary. It is a great pleasure to see our products dispersed in the midst of the lives of 'anonymous consumers' everywhere."
Architect and designer Roberto Paoli associates deep technical competence with mastery of material performances, thus enabling him to create highly innovative products.
His studio works on numerous projects in a range of design spheres such as product...
"A perfect mix of innovation and beauty."
Born in Paris in 1927, made his début in the 50's, known for his designs and installations (TV, Thonet, Bertrand Faure, Disderot, Artifort), he brought modernity to the Elysée Palace for President Pompidou in 1971. He designed all the furniture for the...
" I design with intent. "
Born in Paris, 26th June 1979.
1997 : Bac F12 d'Arts Appliqués, Ecole Estienne.
1999 : BTS de design industriel, Ecole Olivier de Serres.
2000 : Licence d'Arts Appliqués, Paris I.
2001 : Maîtrise d'Arts Appliqués,...
"Create, when you have something to say."
A Dutch designer born in 1975, Bertjan Pot designs products: lighting (e.g. his famed Random Light in fibreglass and resin, designed for Moooi), chairs (Carbon Chair, 2004), tables, etc. He is impassioned by experimental techniques and materials, loving...
"Textures, structures, materials, colours all fascinate me."
Amaury Poudray was born in Cholet in 1985.
He graduated from the Ecole Supérieure d'Art et de Design de Saint-Etienne in 2009 ; he also spent a year studying at the Rhode Island School of Design in the USA and another year working with the design team...
"From a global perspective, everything is naturally perfect since everything is interdependent and logical, adaptable and fluid, impermanent and intangible. The design of an object, a piece of furniture or a space follows this general rule. Let us, then, strive to be receptive and fully present in order to follow the natural flow of things."