Art commission for the city of Limoges.
Aotsugi is a set of 20 installations spread into the town center which intend to reflect the strong tradition of porcelaine making of Limoges.
Inspired by the Japanese art of the Kintsugi, this project use the porcelaine to repair parts of the town center and create a path that guide people through the town and its history.
Project in collaboration with artist Nicolas Lelievre.
A Led lamp inspired by old tv antennas.
Htz is composed of a set of tubes and steel base. The two parts of the head can rotate independently to direct the light flow on the work surface.
The lamp is powered by a 24V DC source.
Competition for a flood marker in Pont-de-l’Arche
This sculpture is meant to warn the local population leaving by the river Seine of potential danger of floods.
Its geometry evokes the medieval bridge destroyed during the war who gave its name to the city. The perception of the sculpture is altered by the level of the river thanks to the reflection into the water.
Art gallery and office space in Paris
This project aims to convert a former shop into an art gallery with an office area. In order to meet the client’s program the main space was split in two thanks to a set of pivoting book shelves developed specifically for this project. The slab on the ground floor has been cut out in order to allow the light to penetrate in the basement. A perforated metal staircase joins the two levels.
The language developed for this project relies on perforated metal. The staircase, the libraries and the entrance bench are made with a Gantois sheet which allows a transparency of about 50%. This material allows to create a subtle play of transparency and lets the light enter the premises.
The office furniture was made to measure in order to create a perfect match between the architecture and the furniture.
UpUp a light always at the right height
UpUp lamp is inspired by an adjustable pendant light that was above my parents kitchen table. Simple and minimal it can be placed over a bed or along side a sofa to create an intimate light perfect for reading. You can adjust the position of the light by simply sliding it up or down.
UpUp works through a band of low voltage LEDs adhered to the aluminium body, this strip is powered by a 24V DC source
Muji European Flagship store, Paris
The new European flagship store is located in Forum des Halles with a surface area of 900 m2. It proposed all the Muji classic products and for the fisrt time in Europe a range of products such as Muji Found and Muji kids.
MUJI was born in Japan in the early 1980s, based on a philosophy positioned between the nascent luxury market in Japan and the daily cheap products. The word MUJI translated into Japanese is “Mujirushi Ryohin,” which means “no brand, quality goods.”
Who has never dreamed of sleeping head in the stars?
Constellation is a wall lamp inspired by sky charts. In a bedroom above a bed or in a leaving room, give free rein to your imagination to create your bright composition. You can choose the number, distance and source arrangement. Constellation possibilities are endless.
Mens Sana In Copore Sano, Urban furniture with JCDecaux
Exercising in an urban setting is not only a way to keep fit or to train to improve performance, but it also stimulates the imagination, transforming the city into a huge playground. Mens Sana In Corpore Sano is based both on a physical and intellectual understanding of sport in the city. By adding pieces of sports equipment to sign posts, the project establishes not a discrete traditional fitness trail but enables each journey to be transformed into a fitness trail. This series of interventions aim to transform the use and perception of the city. From the most common (basketball, football) to the surprising (boxing, golf) the choice of the activities is significant. Their presence suggests an unexpected use of space, inviting people to reconsider their relationship with the built environment. The interventions are fully functional equipment and also art installations, addressing both the body and the mind. Mens Sana In Corpore Sano is urban furniture that seeks to convene curiosity, to be fun and to instigate critical distance that exalts the body's engagement with the urban realm. This project has been done in partnership with Nicolas Lelièvre for Forme Publique Biennale du mobilier urbain.
A contemporary interpretation of traditional techniques
The sculpture evokes the inherent spirituality of a place of worship by the representation of the geometric natural order. The structural design is a contemporary three-dimensional interpretation of techniques used in traditional sacred architecture, where the supporting structure is detailed both functionally and aesthetically, to be sublimated until becoming expressive and meaningful. In this way, envelope and structure are united in a complex, but regular geometry. This project has been done in partnership with David Letellier
An invitation to dine outside
edited by Cinna, 2013
Approached by Ligne Roset to design a garden lamp, Florian Brillet created a portable lamp to hang on tree branches. "The choice of portable lamp is quite pragmatic as it is the most adaptable to all situations. It can be hung, held or moved to where it is required. Under My Tree is an invitation to dine outside, an object conducive to conviviality "
Plate is an LED lamp made from a ribbon of aluminium.
edited by Ligne Roset, 2011
Plate is designed to redefine the traditional desk lamp. It is a sculptural object without diffuser or counterweight. Its compact shape gives a generous and warm light equivalent to a 30 watt bulb.