Project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rimowa.

Since 2023, the office supports Rimowa's teams in the design and industrial development of confidential projects.

Client.

Rimowa.

 

Typology.

Product.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Colour, material and finish

Industrial development

 

Year.

In progress

 

Horizon Thermos.

The collection, called Horizon consists of ten products: an air humidifier, a lamp, a hydro-alcoholic gel dispenser, a refillable hydro-alcoholic gel container, a safe key (to open door without touching it), an infrared thermometer, a thermos, a pen and a power bank.

 

Each product has been designed to get to the heart of its function.

 

Particular attention has been paid to the choice of materials and finishes to create a common brand identity for the range.

Client.

Lexon.

 

Typology.

Product.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Colour, material and finish

Industrial development

 

Year.

2023

 

Jacob Delafon.

Designing products in the bathroom and sanitary sector for the Jacob Delafon brand

 

Since 2022, we’ve been working with the Jacob Delafon brand of the Kohler Group, a major player in the bathroom sector.

 

We have worked on a number of briefs, including the design of faucets, a range of washbasins, a visual identity for a remote control, toilet seat concepts, and innovative bathtub concepts.

 

Most concepts are under development and confidential until they reach the market.

Client.

Jacob Delafon.

 

Typology.

Product.

Research.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Colour, material and finish

Industrial development

 

Year.

In progress

 

The soundtrack trophy.

For the Rugby World Cup 2023, Mastercard pay tribute to France, the host nation, by shining a light on French emerging musical artists, designers, and the future-facing culture they represent.

 

We was chosen to collaborate with Mastercard and Octagon to design “The soundtrack trophy” rewarding each Mastercard Player of the Match.

 

The experience imagined by Octagon and Mastercard is a trophy broadcasting sound created by French producer Surkin and musical artists Philippine and Songø.

 

From a design perspective, the materials chosen aim to highlight local materials and traditional French craftsmanship with an innovative and contemporary approach. A raw porcelain column with 15 twisted lines represents the players on the pitch and symbolises the idea of team cohesion. At the front, a porcelain cup, enamelled with gold and covered with leather from the end-of-stock of luxury houses, naturally amplifies the sound and improves its quality. Suspended from the cup, a leather strap allows the name of the player of the match to be inscribed in real time.

Client.

Mastercard, Rubgy World Cup.

 

Typology.

Product.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Electronic

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2023

 

Métis 04.

This induction-compatible wooden rice cooker is a project created as part of a research residency at Villa Kujoyama* in Japan.

 

We set out to establish an eco-design protocol for household appliances by meeting with various players in the tech industry. Their research project began by dismantling electric rice cookers. They found that most electric rice cookers were made up of a large number of different parts and materials, making them difficult to repair and recycle. Their aim is to simplify the design of this kind of products, use natural materials and make it easier to repair, by thinking about the separability of components.

 

We met a craftsman from the Nakagawa Mokkugei workshop, which has been making wooden seals for several generations. The technique is interesting because all the pieces are held together mechanically, without glue or screws.

 

We turned this traditional technique on its head by replacing the wooden base with a piece of embossed stainless steel, transforming the object into an IH-compatible cooker.  In the lid, a smart screen equipped with a temperature and humidity sensor helps the user to cook, giving advice and indicating when the rice is ready.

Client.

Self-Initiated, Research residency at Villa Kujoyama.

 

Typology.

Product, Household appliances

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Electronic

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2022

 

Lambourde.

Design of a bench to welcome visitors to the Ministry of Culture as part of a call for projects organized by the « Mobilier National »

 

Designed according to the flow of traffic and zenithal light, the “Lambourde” bench seeks to create a coherent dialogue with the architecture. In order to create a link between the historic building and its contemporary rehabilitation imagined by Atelier Novembre, we chose to use Saint Maximin stone, a local and extremely durable stone, as a reminder of the exposed stones around the windows.

 

A detail observed in the quarries catches our attention. Wooden joists raise the stones to facilitate their movement and let the stone breathe.

 

We are inspired by the simplicity of this detail as a principle of elevation and assembly.

We wanted to take advantage of the constraints generally encountered by the upholsterer. Instead of trying to make the seams invisible, a striped textile changes orientation at each junction, thus generating a graphic and identifying pattern.

 

Unselected project, being part of the 5 finalist proposals.

Client.

Mobilier National, Ministère de la Culture.

 

Typology.

Product

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2022

 

Horizon.

The collection, called Horizon consists of ten products: an air humidifier, a lamp, a hydro-alcoholic gel dispenser, a refillable hydro-alcoholic gel container, a safe key (to open door without touching it), an infrared thermometer, a thermos, a pen and a power bank. Each product has been designed to get to the heart of its function. Particular attention has been paid to the choice of materials and finishes to create a common brand identity for the range.

Client.

Lexon

 

Typology.

Product

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2022

 

Isehan.

The brief was to rethink the traditional Japanese lipstick once used by geishas to appeal to an international clientele. Its particularity is that it is made from "benibana" flowers which create a thin green surface. When a brush is moistened with water, the green surface turns red and changes colour according to the lips of each user. The lifespan of the product was only three months, although it is a very luxurious product. In order to extend the life of the product and create a product that can last over time, we imagined a refill to be inserted inside the object. The brush and the water container, necessary to use the product, were independent elements. To facilitate the use of the lipstick outside the home and to make it more contemporary, we designed a compact, sliding wooden box that combines all the functions.

Client.

Isehan Honten

 

Typology.

Cosmetic

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2021

 

Hilla.

Commissioned by Archimage and Designerbox to imagine the dream office accessory, natacha.sacha. designed a lamp / tray. Named Hilla, this lamp offers soft lighting and creates a warm atmosphere. Beyond its lighting function, this table lamp allows you to place small personal items which thus facilitates the appropriation of the workplace. Designed for both office and home, this transversal object may also invest a bedside table, or be used as a pocket tray at the entrance of a house.

 

Materials : Ceramic and frosted glass

 

 

 

Client.

DesignerBox

 

Typology.

Desk lamp

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2020

 

Olaf.

Olaf is a collection of low-consumption heating cushions for the outdoors and café terraces. It offers an ecological alternative to existing outdoor heating systems. A cushion consumes 25 W / hour, while a standard heating system consumes an average of 2000 W / hour. With a current autonomy of 4 hours, the cushion works on battery and recharges by induction, without cable. When the user presses the button once, the heat diffuses for a renewable period of 15 minutes. A specific charger dedicated to restaurants has been designed for easy charging and storage of cushions. Made with Kvadrat textille, the cushions are filled with natural latex-free horsehair foam.

 

 

 

Client.

Confidential

 

Typology.

Heating cushion

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Strategic research

Electronic

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2020

 

Métis 02.

Métis 02 is a smart air humidifier, which measures and regulates the percentage of humidity inside a room. It helps promote good breathing for people with asthma for example. Healthy air also prevents premature aging of the skin. Made of glass and rice composite, this humidifier can be used like a vase, thanks to the removable upper part. Thus, it offers a more flexible use and the electronics part can be easily repaired if damaged.

 

 

This project is part of a personal research on household appliances. natacha.sacha. is trying to reintroduce manufacturing know-hows in mass industry and give a domestic value to technical objects in order to make them more durabl

 

 

 

Client.

Self-Initiated

 

Typology.

Air Humidifier

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Electronic

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2020

 

Awards.

*Grand Prix de la Création of the city of Paris

*Rising Talent Awards, Maison & Objet

 

 

 

Métis 03.

Made of porcelain, Métis 03 is an electric kettle working with induction technology.  Thus, it consumes less energy than a standard kettle. The water tank part can be used independently as a simple carafe and even be washed in the dishwasher. The lip, made of steel, is removable. Thanks to a pivot principle, filling the water and cleaning the kettle is easier.

 

 

This project is part of a personal research on household appliances. natacha.sacha. is trying to reintroduce manufacturing know-hows in mass industry and give a domestic value to technical objects in order to make them more durable.

 

 

 

Client.

Self-Initiated

 

Typology.

Electric kettle.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Electronic

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2020

 

Awards.

*Grand Prix de la Création of the city of Paris

*Rising Talent Awards, Maison & Objet

 

 

 

Bow.

natacha.sacha. revisit the archetype of the wall lamp, using the wall as a hanging support and reflector. The power cable is diverted as a graphic and aesthetic element.

Cable Lamp pivots on a 360 degree axis.

 

 

 

Client.

Self-Initiated

 

Typology.

Wall Lamp.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2020

 

Awards.

*Rising Talent Awards, Maison & Objet

 

 

 

Rug.

Tracés is a low consumption heating mat made with Kvadrat textile and using an industrial embroidery process. Ideal for large living rooms or office, this backup heater provides pleasant felt warmth. The main idea is to avoid overconsumption of energy in buildings by heating people rather than large volumes. This project is inspired by traditional Japanese houses, where the overall temperature is really low while the feeling of comfort remains high, thanks to the famous Kotatsu heating table.

 

 

This project is part of a research approach which aims to find less energy-consuming alternatives to traditional heating methods.

 

 

 

Client.

Confidential

 

Typology.

Heating mat.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Electronic

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2019

 

Awards.

*Winning project Vitrine pour un Designer

*Finalist James Dyson Award

*Grand Prix de la Création of the city of Paris

 

 

 

Métis 01.

Métis 01 can easily store and secure data from your home. It works with two or more external hard drives. When you plug a hard drive inside, data syncs and clones automatically to the cloud. At the front of each hard drive, thermochromic ink reveals the percentage of free space storage. The object is made of ceramic, a material with thermal inertia. The choice of material and shape promotes natural convection of heat and prevents overheating of the object.

 

 

This project is part of a personal research on household appliances. natacha.sacha. is trying to reintroduce manufacturing know-hows in mass industry and give a domestic value to technical objects in order to make them more durable.

 

 

 

Client.

Self-Initiated

 

Typology.

Data server.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Electronic

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2018

 

Awards.

*Winning project Vitrine pour un Designer

*Grand Prix de la Création of the city of Paris

 

 

 

Briques.

Briques is a radiator designed as a space divider, and whose configuration adapts to each place. Briques seeks to bring a sculptural presence inside homes and offices. Heating columns made of refractory bricks, are suspended from an electrified rail fixed to the ceiling. The main idea is to avoid overconsumption of energy in buildings by heating near people rather than infrequent spaces.

 

 

 

Client.

Self-Initiated

 

Typology.

Ceramic radiator.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2018

 

 

 

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Rimowa.

Since 2023, the office supports Rimowa's teams in the design and industrial development of confidential projects.

Client.

Rimowa.

 

Typology.

Product.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Colour, material and finish

Industrial development

 

Year.

In progress

Horizon thermos.

The collection, called Horizon consists of ten products: an air humidifier, a lamp, a hydro-alcoholic gel dispenser, a refillable hydro-alcoholic gel container, a safe key (to open door without touching it), an infrared thermometer, a thermos, a pen and a power bank.

 

Each product has been designed to get to the heart of its function.

 

Particular attention has been paid to the choice of materials and finishes to create a common brand identity for the range.

Client.

Lexon.

 

Typology.

Product.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Colour, material and finish

Industrial development

 

Year.

2023

Jacob Delafon.

Designing products in the bathroom and sanitary sector for the Jacob Delafon brand

 

Since 2022, we’ve been working with the Jacob Delafon brand of the Kohler Group, a major player in the bathroom sector.

 

We have worked on a number of briefs, including the design of faucets, a range of washbasins, a visual identity for a remote control, toilet seat concepts, and innovative bathtub concepts.

 

Most concepts are under development and confidential until they reach the market.

Client.

Jacob Delafon.

 

Typology.

Product.

Research.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Colour, material and finish

Industrial development

 

Year.

In progress

The soundtrack trophy.

For the Rugby World Cup 2023, Mastercard pay tribute to France, the host nation, by shining a light on French emerging musical artists, designers, and the future-facing culture they represent.

 

We was chosen to collaborate with Mastercard and Octagon to design “The soundtrack trophy” rewarding each Mastercard Player of the Match.

 

The experience imagined by Octagon and Mastercard is a trophy broadcasting sound created by French producer Surkin and musical artists Philippine and Songø.

 

From a design perspective, the materials chosen aim to highlight local materials and traditional French craftsmanship with an innovative and contemporary approach. A raw porcelain column with 15 twisted lines represents the players on the pitch and symbolises the idea of team cohesion. At the front, a porcelain cup, enamelled with gold and covered with leather from the end-of-stock of luxury houses, naturally amplifies the sound and improves its quality. Suspended from the cup, a leather strap allows the name of the player of the match to be inscribed in real time.

Client.

Mastercard, Rubgy World Cup.

 

Typology.

Product.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Electronic

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2023

Métis 04.

During our 2-months residency at Villa Kujoyama in 2021, we set out to find new, more responsible and sustainable development protocols for the design of household appliances. Our research project took the form of the eco-design of an object based on traditional Japanese know-how: a wooden rice cooker based on the traditional wooden bucket technique.

 

The aim of this project is to reintroduce natural materials such as wood into industrial production, reduce the number of components and make them easier to repair, by thinking about their separability.

 

We were interested in the technique of traditional wooden buckets because all the parts are held together mechanically, without glue or screws. We have turned this traditional technique on its head by replacing the wooden base with a piece of stainless steel, transforming the object into an IH-compatible cooker. In the lid, a smart screen equipped with a temperature and humidity sensor helps the user to cook, giving advice and indicating when the rice is ready.

Client.

Self-Initiated, Research residency at Villa Kujoyama.

 

Typology.

Product, Household appliances

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Electronic

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2022

Lambourde.

Design of a bench to welcome visitors to the Ministry of Culture as part of a call for projects organized by the « Mobilier National »

 

Designed according to the flow of traffic and zenithal light, the “Lambourde” bench seeks to create a coherent dialogue with the architecture. In order to create a link between the historic building and its contemporary rehabilitation imagined by Atelier Novembre, we chose to use Saint Maximin stone, a local and extremely durable stone, as a reminder of the exposed stones around the windows.

 

A detail observed in the quarries catches our attention. Wooden joists raise the stones to facilitate their movement and let the stone breathe.

 

We are inspired by the simplicity of this detail as a principle of elevation and assembly.

We wanted to take advantage of the constraints generally encountered by the upholsterer. Instead of trying to make the seams invisible, a striped textile changes orientation at each junction, thus generating a graphic and identifying pattern.

 

Unselected project, being part of the 5 finalist proposals.

Client.

Mobilier National, Ministère de la Culture.

 

Typology.

Product

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2022

 

Horizon.

The collection, called Horizon consists of ten products: an air humidifier, a lamp, a hydro-alcoholic gel dispenser, a refillable hydro-alcoholic gel container, a safe key (to open door without touching it), an infrared thermometer, a thermos, a pen and a power bank. Each product has been designed to get to the heart of its function. Particular attention has been paid to the choice of materials and finishes to create a common brand identity for the range.

Client.

Lexon

 

Typology.

Product

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2022

 

Isehan.

The brief was to rethink the traditional Japanese lipstick once used by geishas to appeal to an international clientele. Its particularity is that it is made from "benibana" flowers which create a thin green surface. When a brush is moistened with water, the green surface turns red and changes colour according to the lips of each user. The lifespan of the product was only three months, although it is a very luxurious product. In order to extend the life of the product and create a product that can last over time, we imagined a refill to be inserted inside the object. The brush and the water container, necessary to use the product, were independent elements. To facilitate the use of the lipstick outside the home and to make it more contemporary, we designed a compact, sliding wooden box that combines all the functions.

Client.

Isehan Honten

 

Typology.

Cosmetic

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2021

 

Hilla.

Commissioned by Archimage and Designerbox to imagine the dream office accessory, natacha.sacha. designed a lamp / tray. Named Hilla, this lamp offers soft lighting and creates a warm atmosphere. Beyond its lighting function, this table lamp allows you to place small personal items which thus facilitates the appropriation of the workplace. Designed for both office and home, this transversal object may also invest a bedside table, or be used as a pocket tray at the entrance of a house.

 

Materials : Ceramic and frosted glass

 

 

 

Client.

DesignerBox

 

Typology.

Desk lamp

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2020

 

Olaf.

Olaf is a collection of low-consumption heating cushions for the outdoors and café terraces. It offers an ecological alternative to existing outdoor heating systems. A cushion consumes 25 W / hour, while a standard heating system consumes an average of 2000 W / hour. With a current autonomy of 4 hours, the cushion works on battery and recharges by induction, without cable. When the user presses the button once, the heat diffuses for a renewable period of 15 minutes. A specific charger dedicated to restaurants has been designed for easy charging and storage of cushions. Made with Kvadrat textille, the cushions are filled with natural latex-free horsehair foam.

 

 

 

Client.

Confidential

 

Typology.

Heating cushion

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Strategic research

Electronic

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2020

 

Métis 02.

Métis 02 is a smart air humidifier, which measures and regulates the percentage of humidity inside a room. It helps promote good breathing for people with asthma for example. Healthy air also prevents premature aging of the skin. Made of glass and rice composite, this humidifier can be used like a vase, thanks to the removable upper part. Thus, it offers a more flexible use and the electronics part can be easily repaired if damaged.

 

 

This project is part of a personal research on household appliances. natacha.sacha. is trying to reintroduce manufacturing know-hows in mass industry and give a domestic value to technical objects in order to make them more durable.

 

 

 

Client.

Self-Initiated

 

Typology.

Air Humidifier

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Electronic

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2020

 

Awards.

*Grand Prix de la Création of the city of Paris

*Rising Talent Awards, Maison & Objet

 

 

 

Métis 03.

Made of porcelain, Métis 03 is an electric kettle working with induction technology.  Thus, it consumes less energy than a standard kettle. The water tank part can be used independently as a simple carafe and even be washed in the dishwasher. The lip, made of steel, is removable. Thanks to a pivot principle, filling the water and cleaning the kettle is easier.

 

 

This project is part of a personal research on household appliances. natacha.sacha. is trying to reintroduce manufacturing know-hows in mass industry and give a domestic value to technical objects in order to make them more durable.

 

 

 

Client.

Self-Initiated

 

Typology.

Electric kettle.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Electronic

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2020

 

Awards.

*Grand Prix de la Création of the city of Paris

*Rising Talent Awards, Maison & Objet

 

 

 

Bow.

natacha.sacha. revisit the archetype of the wall lamp, using the wall as a hanging support and reflector. The power cable is diverted as a graphic and aesthetic element. Cable Lamp pivots on a 360 degree axis.

 

 

 

Client.

Self-Initiated

 

Typology.

Wall Lamp.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2020

 

Awards.

*Rising Talent Awards, Maison & Objet

 

 

 

Rug.

Tracés is a low consumption heating mat made with Kvadrat textile and using an industrial embroidery process. Ideal for large living rooms or office, this backup heater provides pleasant felt warmth. The main idea is to avoid overconsumption of energy in buildings by heating people rather than large volumes. This project is inspired by traditional Japanese houses, where the overall temperature is really low while the feeling of comfort remains high, thanks to the famous Kotatsu heating table.

 

 

This project is part of a research approach which aims to find less energy-consuming alternatives to traditional heating methods.

 

 

 

Client.

Confidential

 

Typology.

Heating mat.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Electronic

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2019

 

Awards.

*Winning project Vitrine pour un Designer

*Finalist James Dyson Award

*Grand Prix de la Création of the city of Paris

 

 

 

Métis 01.

Métis 01 can easily store and secure data from your home. It works with two or more external hard drives. When you plug a hard drive inside, data syncs and clones automatically to the cloud. At the front of each hard drive, thermochromic ink reveals the percentage of free space storage. The object is made of ceramic, a material with thermal inertia. The choice of material and shape promotes natural convection of heat and prevents overheating of the object.

 

 

This project is part of a personal research on household appliances. natacha.sacha. is trying to reintroduce manufacturing know-hows in mass industry and give a domestic value to technical objects in order to make them more durable.

 

 

 

Client.

Personal research

 

Typology.

Data server.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Electronic

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2018

 

Awards.

*Winning project Vitrine pour un Designer

*Grand Prix de la Création of the city of Paris

 

 

 

Briques.

Briques is a radiator designed as a space divider, and whose configuration adapts to each place. Briques seeks to bring a sculptural presence inside homes and offices. Heating columns made of refractory bricks, are suspended from an electrified rail fixed to the ceiling. The main idea is to avoid overconsumption of energy in buildings by heating near people rather than infrequent spaces.

 

 

 

Client.

Self-Initiated

 

Typology.

Ceramic radiator.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2018

 

 

 

Project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rimowa.

Since 2023, the office supports Rimowa's teams in the design and industrial development of confidential projects.

Client.

Rimowa.

 

Typology.

Product.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Colour, material and finish

Industrial development

Year.

In progress

Horizon thermos.

The collection, called Horizon consists of ten products: an air humidifier, a lamp, a hydro-alcoholic gel dispenser, a refillable hydro-alcoholic gel container, a safe key (to open door without touching it), an infrared thermometer, a thermos, a pen and a power bank.

 

Each product has been designed to get to the heart of its function.

 

Particular attention has been paid to the choice of materials and finishes to create a common brand identity for the range.

Client.

Lexon.

 

Typology.

Product.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Colour, material and finish

Industrial development

 

Year.

2023

Jacob Delafon.

Designing products in the bathroom and sanitary sector for the Jacob Delafon brand

 

Since 2022, we’ve been working with the Jacob Delafon brand of the Kohler Group, a major player in the bathroom sector.

 

We have worked on a number of briefs, including the design of faucets, a range of washbasins, a visual identity for a remote control, toilet seat concepts, and innovative bathtub concepts.

 

Most concepts are under development and confidential until they reach the market.

Client.

Jacob Delafon.

 

Typology.

Product.

Research.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Colour, material and finish

Industrial development

 

Year.

In progress

The soundtrack trophy.

We was chosen to collaborate with Mastercard and Octagon to design “The soundtrack trophy” rewarding each Mastercard Player of the Match.

 

From a design perspective, the materials chosen aim to highlight local materials and traditional French craftsmanship with an innovative and contemporary approach. A raw porcelain column with 15 twisted lines represents the players on the pitch and symbolises the idea of team cohesion. At the front, a porcelain cup, enamelled with gold and covered with leather from the end-of-stock of luxury houses, naturally amplifies the sound and improves its quality. Suspended from the cup, a leather strap allows the name of the player of the match to be inscribed in real time.

Client.

Mastercard, Rubgy World Cup.

 

Typology.

Product.

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Electronic

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2023

Métis 04.

The aim of this project is to reintroduce natural materials such as wood into industrial production, reduce the number of components and make them easier to repair, by thinking about their separability.

 

We were interested in the technique of traditional wooden buckets because all the parts are held together mechanically, without glue or screws. We have turned this traditional technique on its head by replacing the wooden base with a piece of stainless steel, transforming the object into an IH-compatible cooker. In the lid, a smart screen equipped with a temperature and humidity sensor helps the user to cook, giving advice and indicating when the rice is ready.

Client.

Self-Initiated, Research residency at Villa Kujoyama.

 

Typology.

Product, Household appliances

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Sustainable research

Electronic

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2022

 

Lambourde.

Design of a bench to welcome visitors to the Ministry of Culture as part of a call for projects organized by the « Mobilier National »

 

Designed according to the flow of traffic and zenithal light, the “Lambourde” bench seeks to create a coherent dialogue with the architecture. In order to create a link between the historic building and its contemporary rehabilitation imagined by Atelier Novembre, we chose to use Saint Maximin stone, a local and extremely durable stone, as a reminder of the exposed stones around the windows.

 

Unselected project, being part of the 5 finalist proposals.

Client.

Mobilier National, Ministère de la Culture.

 

Typology.

Product

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2022

 

Horizon.

The collection, called Horizon consists of ten products: an air humidifier, a lamp, a hydro-alcoholic gel dispenser, a refillable hydro-alcoholic gel container, a safe key (to open door without touching it), an infrared thermometer, a thermos, a pen and a power bank. Each product has been designed to get to the heart of its function. Particular attention has been paid to the choice of materials and finishes to create a common brand identity for the range.

Client.

Lexon

 

Typology.

Product

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2022

 

Isehan.

The brief was to rethink the traditional Japanese lipstick once used by geishas to appeal to an international clientele. Its particularity is that it is made from "benibana" flowers which create a thin green surface. When a brush is moistened with water, the green surface turns red and changes colour according to the lips of each user. The lifespan of the product was only three months, although it is a very luxurious product. In order to extend the life of the product and create a product that can last over time, we imagined a refill to be inserted inside the object. The brush and the water container, necessary to use the product, were independent elements. To facilitate the use of the lipstick outside the home and to make it more contemporary, we designed a compact, sliding wooden box that combines all the functions.

Client.

Isehan Honten

 

Typology.

Cosmetic

 

Disciplines.

Industrial design

Colour, material and finish

 

Year.

2021