4th PARI Biennale

Made exclusively for the 4th PARI Biennale

A 12 hands collaboration for one art installation between landscape and gastronomy. This artistic gathering is linking architecture and gastronomy through art: a multi-disciplinary art united on one medium.

in collaboration with Marie Yae Suematsu, Mylène Escande, Côme Di Meglio, Robin Margerin, artists, Pierre Nesi chef, Cécile Gray architect and fashion designer.

Exhibition in the 4th PARI Biennale of architecture in the DOC!, Paris. 2018.

4th PARI Biennale

The meeting between architecture and gastronomy is expressed on some artistic movement called "still lifes". Inspired by this movement, we created an artistic installation that works as a transversality support between art, territory, architecture and gastronomy. This art work was exhibit during the 4th PARI Biennale of architecture in Paris.

in collaboration with Marie Yae Suematsu, Mylène Escande, Côme Di Meglio, Robin Margerin, artists, Pierre Nesi chef, Cécile Gray architect and fashion designer.

Exhibition in the 4th PARI Biennale of architecture in the DOC!, Paris. 2018.

The Fine Faugères and the chocolate

Link a local product to its territory.

Inspired by a local product from the south of France, we designed an event from A to Z to highlight the Fine Faugères, and its territory. We were a creative team composed by chefs, textile designer, artist, architects and winemakers, gathered to highlight the brandy Fine Faugères.

We drew 60m2 of this territory topography on textile and used it as table cover for a dinner, and the next day as wall paper in the Fine distillery.

In collaboration with Pierre Ripault, event manager, Stephanie Ly, textile designer, Côme Di Meglio, artist, Fabrice Idiart and Pierre Nesi, chefs. Video by IMI.

2018, Village Autignac, France.

The Fine Faugères and the chocolate

Thanks to this event and with these cross-disciplinary concept, we succeed to give a more contemporary aspect of this brandy. In fact, the challenge was to compose a creative team that will revitalize this old and traditionnal alcohol. Thus, we linked chefs and artist with local producers, and created a new environnment to welcome their meeting.

In collaboration with Pierre Ripault, event manager, Stephanie Ly, textile designer, Côme Di Meglio, artist, Fabrice Idiart and Pierre Nesi, chefs. Video by IMI.

2018, Village Autignac, France.

Gojo Mall

Short Animation Gallery Renovation.

A renovation about recycling materials and modernize traditions. A dark space for enjoying animation videos on screens, separated by a wall from a bright space to sell goods under a natural light.

In order to valorize the animation videos, half of the gallery is shrouded in the darkness and the other half, the shop, is under a bright natural light. The two contrasted spaces are linked by a tatami crystallized under resine, and are separated by a shoji half wall.

in collaboration with Taichi Murakami.

2018, Kyoto, Japan.

Gojo Mall

This gallery is located in the heart of Kyoto, in a traditional house where artists can both practice and exhibit their works. We renovated one using recycled materials such as washi and tatami and modernize them for this space.

in collaboration with Taichi Murakami.

2018, Kyoto, Japan.

Le leurre inévitable

How to bring a mountain in a theatre?

Here, one piece of fabric is used to create : an avalanche, a snow cave, a mountain peak and a calm landscape.

We succeed this challenge by creating a wide fabric that can be : an avalanche, a snow cave, a mountain peak and a landscape. The fabric was moving with a string pulling systems driven by the actors.

In collaboration with "La Compagnie Fortuite" theatre company, and the Mains d’œuvres collective.

2018, Saint-Ouen, France.

Le leurre inévitable

This young theatre company invited us to design the scenography of their play. They are questionning the paradoxes and craziness human can feel when climbing a mountain. Then, we had to bring a mountain into a theater.

In collaboration with "La Compagnie Fortuite" theatre company, and the Mains d’œuvres collective.

2018, Saint-Ouen, France.

School of Sustainability in Liberia

A selfsustainable campus for the new generation.

The School of Sustainability is designed to encourage learning by doing. In order to provide opportunities to develop the community, the school invites the student on a journey of research and discovery through the multiple spaces, programs and interactions of users.

In collaboration with Mio Shibuya, architect, Claudia Del Bubba, interior designer and Nicolas Profit, designer.

Liberia, 2019

School of Sustainability in Liberia

A campus designed from and for the landscape.

We study urban design and school architecture using a situational approach to be in harmony with nature and build with local resources.

The campus combines many functions as in a small village: it is a community place for family and tourism, a place of cultural heritage and development for users and visitors at the same time.

In collaboration with Mio Shibuya, architect, Claudia Del Bubba, interior designer and Nicolas Profit, designer.

Liberia, 2019

“From Intuition to Reality”, a tribute to Jacques Ripault

How the french architect Jacques Ripault was thinking, studying and building architecture?

The backstage of this profession is highlighted using various medias, that we designed and displayed harmoniously for the general museum public.

How the architectural practice evolved the last thirty years ? Mixing old techniques and contemporary visuals, this exhibition is on overview of what architecture is today.

In collaboration with Pierre and Elise Ripault, JRA Architects.

MACVAL Museum, Place de la Libération, Vitry-sur-Seine, 2018.

“From Intuition to Reality”, a tribute to Jacques Ripault

This exhibition was a comparative dialogue between the first intuitive sketch and the final building. Original sketches and study models of Jacques Ripault are displayed in harmony in the MACVAL, a museum he designed himself.

In collaboration with Pierre and Elise Ripault, JRA Architects.

MACVAL Museum, Place de la Libération, Vitry-sur-Seine, 2018.

Hermès Summer 2019

Concrete altars, rooms of divinities

Aquatic and imaginary deities, drew with dry pastels are part of the window displays of the motherhouse building Hermès in Paris during one summer.

Summer 2019 Window Display “Abracadabrant”. Pictures by Julien Mignot.

Hermès Faubourg Saint Honoré under the direction of Antoine Platteau.

Hermès Summer 2019

43 original drawings are exhibit in the window displays of the Hermès shop, at the 24th Faubourg Saint Honoré street. According to the clothes collection, the sepia colors of the enigmatic creatures are creating an unexpected atmosphere, between naive art, strangeness world and luxury products.

Summer 2019 Window Display “Abracadabrant”. Pictures by Julien Mignot.

Hermès Faubourg Saint Honoré under the direction of Antoine Platteau.

Palettes

The acidulous landscape, a colors eyedropper

Acid colors of cities and landscapes are catched and translated into a RGB universel language. They are made to transmit how colorful we see our cities and surrounding environment.

By collaborating with Sirine Ammar, a textile designer, and Tatsuya Sugimoto, architect, we experiment other ways to use these color combinations.

Palettes with leather cover, in collaboration with Tatsuya Sugimoto. UV printed kakemono prototypes, in collaboration with Sirine Ammar.

Available on the e-shop soon.

Palettes

Always sensitive about the world that surrounds us, this colorimetric catalogue is born from urban daily walks. First based on a photographic work, and then a graphic one, an RGB color code is revealed and developed as a new language, usable by any media.

Palettes with leather cover, in collaboration with Tatsuya Sugimoto. UV printed kakemono prototypes, in collaboration with Sirine Ammar.

Available on the e-shop soon.