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José Pascal
José Pascal is a young designer from the world of architecture. His playful creativity is nourished by his unique sense of the space surrounding a piece of furniture. Moreover, his passion for the Fifties has inspired him to introduce certain features from that era in his creations.
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Nicola Santini, Pier Paolo Taddei
Nicola Santini and Pier Paolo Taddei of Avatar Architettura are two Italian architects and designers. Their creations carefully consider the environmental implications and ecological alternatives. In architecture as in the design, project strategies emphasize flexible systems, diversity and recycled materials.
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Meghedi Simonian
Meghedi is a designer who creates a dialogue between the world of graphic design and the contemporary furniture. The elegance of her creations is the balance between functionality and visual research. Aesthetic correctness at materials service characterizes her approach.
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Friday Project
Friday Project is a duo formed in Amsterdam, formed by Valentina Raffaëlli, a multidisciplinary designer and Luca Boscardin, illustrator and toy designer. During their Friday off, they like playing with shapes and materials to transform drawings in objects and furnitures. Friday Projects furnitures are designed with a graphical approach, lines which respond to specific needs with a simple and direct sign in their shape. Products designed with a conscious use of form, material and texture encapsulated in functional objects. The simplicity of the construction brings to life the spontaneous and frank intentions of a drawing, creating a balance between functionality and a strong aesthetic.
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Nathalie Habr and Halim Khoriaty are two Lebanese architects and designers that founded atelier130 in 2010. They draw their inspiration from their Beirut experience, a place where they grew, learned and practiced their profession. Their ideas and designs emerge from the context of each project and evolve in conversation with it. Taking on projects of different scales, they are committed to putting the users' needs first; all the while keeping in mind the role that architecture and design can play in their environment.
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RedHood design agency founded in 2015 by four partners, has no creative limits. Their work like to gather a collective process. Combination between a conceptual and experimental approach, the agency forms a singular, multicultural and ambitious shift where every personality is highlighted.
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AC/AL Studio
Founded by Amandine Chhor and Aïssa Logerot, AC/AL Studio propose a refined, sober and detailed design. The complementary and creative duo play with geometry working on elegant and classic lines.
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Hamid Bekradi
Iranian designer, Hamid Bekradi created his own studio in 2014 in Milano. It is defined through multidisciplinary projects. His motto? Curiosity + Courage = Creativity, a combination perfectly reflecting his avant-garde work.
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Kann Studio
Houssam Kanaan and Meghedi Simonian, Kann founders surround themselves with young talents to create Kann Studio. Designers like Léa Groeninck, Justine Fournier, Helene Labadie, Guillaume Rousseau… from different backgrounds who are constantly renewing and revisiting the spirit of the brand.
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Michael Yazbeck
Michael Yazbeck is a Beirut-based architect, founder and creative director of Tree, a design house specialized in lighting design and manufacturing. In his own studio he designs, experiments and produces his unique designs for apartments, restaurants and bars. Leading a specialized team of designers and craftsmen, he earned his reputation in the field of custom decorative lighting in Lebanon.
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Jean Couvreur
Jean Couvreur created his design studio of objects and spaces in 2010. He works with different companies and French institutions. The studio tries to reveal the essence of the objects around us through a simple and basic drawing.
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Studio At-Once
Maxence Boisseau and Nelson Alves created in 2008 the studio At-Once on the French west coast between Nantes and Bordeaux. To express their vision of living spaces, they are dedicated to create bridges between industrial processes and artisanal know-how.
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Jakob Hartel
Jakob Hartel is an English interior architect. Developing a holistic approach his work focuses on movement, light and time with aims to find balance between intrigue and simplicity. A self- taught cabinetmaker, he opened his studio in 2008 under the ethos of creating silent furniture. He holds an MA from l’Ecole Camondo and has shown at events such as Fuorisalone Milan and Biennale Interieur.
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Elisabeth Hertzfeld
French-American designer, multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary, Elisabeth Hertzfeld first worked as a stage designer in Berlin before founding a lighting edition company in Paris. She creates her design studio in 2015 and proposes furniture characterized by pure lines, both rigorous and poetic.
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Studio Caramel
Studio Caramel is an award winning, Beirut-based interior and multi–disciplinary product design studio. The designers draw various references from the mid-century modern era; not just for its remarkable furniture but also from the general spirit of that time, alluding to transportation vehicles, visual culture, typography etc. Their products emanate a common sensibility: pieces can be best described as refined yet sturdy with memorable and imposing silhouettes. With both designers coming from architectural backgrounds, it’s only natural that their collection has a very close relationship to interior spaces.
Laurent Serin and Javier Gutiérrez Carcache founded Adónde in 2005. Serin and Carcache aim to explore and deconstruct the nature of what may be considered "design". The studio is involved in both the publishing and spatial design fields. Their pieces are simple and above all practical, the product of a minimal and low tech approach.
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Voisin Guillemin
VoisinGuillemin is a french design studio located in Paris and created in 2017 by the designers Benjamin Voisin and Cédric Guillemin. VoisinGuillemin develop links with the crafts through a contemporary and perennial design. They work with a sensitive approach emphasizing the importance of details, materials and a clever simplicity on their drawing approach. They collaborate with craftsmen with unique skills in Japan and develop objects for a contemporary reinterpretation of several traditional craftsmen.
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SCMP Design Office
SCMP Design Office is a French design firm led by Sébastien Cluzel & Morgane Pluchon. The studio is hinged on two essential values: that design should be for everyone, and that it should spark joy and curiosity by using imaginative approaches to form. Through their interrogation of materials, shape, colour, and pattern, Sébastien and Morgane create designs that cue memories, invoke moments in history, and redefine the expectations of everyday objects. The two alums of the ESADSE (Saint-Etienne) and ECAL (Lausanne) launched SCMP DESIGN OFFICE in 2015 at Salone Satellite in Milan. They currently have offices in Paris, France.
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Léonard Kadid
Léonard Kadid is an architect and product designer based in Paris. From object to architecture, the work of his studio focuses on structural and material experimentation to reveal the intrinsic characteristics of matter. After studying at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland and the École d'Architecture de la Ville et des Territoires in Paris, Léonard Kadid collaborated with renowned international offices such as Dominique Perrault and Cigüe in Paris, Herzog & de Meuron and Caesar Zumthor in Basel, Switzerland.