I guess there will be no drastic change between 2018 and 2019. On the other hand, I feel that there is a real challenge to the global system through approaches around the circular economy, of self-publishing designers, the development of the work of craftsmen…
For my part, I work on different collaborations. One in this concern of social and circular economy with “L’Atelier Emmaüs”. Another articulated between service design and urban furniture: I am currently working with “AREP DesignLab” (SNCF’s architectural agency) to develop urban furniture deployed in many French trains stations to indicate and talk to their users about alternative mobility.
I am working on a porcelain tureen from Limoges for ‘Maison Fragile’, a young and promising French publishing house. I work on a textile collection for “Träffa Träffa” a Japanese brand specializing in textile printing.
I also regularly develop personal projects often in the margins of industrial design. It allows me to get out of my comfort zone and explore new areas. So at the moment, I am working with the photographer Michel Giesbrecht on a serial photography exhibition on the theme of the circle. We hope to be able to show the results of our work this year or next year.