Because he is directly involved in production and consumption systems, the designer today has a unique responsibility and tools to introduce transformations. To innovate. The project arises from attention paid to the context. Neither a "good" nor a "bad" subject, only conditions of emergence more or less complex, more or less favorable. A construction in the relationship between actors and dynamics at play.
Trying to create a more intelligible and closer world, in which everyone can more easily find their place.
His design project spans three fields: - Furniture and objects to explore material and its transformations, and the impact of forms. - Interior architecture as a tool for exploring our daily lives, the spaces we inhabit and that inhabit us. - Scenography to invite to think of everything in terms of relationships, dramaturgy, and reveal treasures.
Lauréat de la récompense Dialogues du Prix Liliane Bettencourt pour l'Intelligence de la Main® 2013