Bougez+ Mobilier scolaire,

Paris 2015.

Laureate of the Jean Prouvé competition” organised  par the Ministry of National Education, the UGAP and the VIA."

The child (as the adult) stuck on his chair too long, can consider learning as a deprivation of his freedom of movement and mind even though it is an emancipation lever. Assuming that there is not one but several postures for work, Bougez+ offers a multitude of possible ergonomics based on work situations. Indeed, the comfort position to write is not the same to read or work in a group...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By embedding a removable tray in Dibond (strong and light) in a steel structure, one can obtain a horizontal plane (productive work), but also an oblique plane ( for a tablet ), or a vertical plane to form the seat of a chair (listening, reading) or a standing seat (working group: one moves spontaneously to exchange)

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Chaise renversée for Kids,

Paris 2013.

Here is the kid version of the Chaise Renversée.

 

As an architect, I have considered the diffterent ways we use computing tools fo r either business or recreation, doing so in smaller and smaller living space . 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This led me to create an extremely light desk for kids that can be used for occasional work and that can also be turned into a long chair where one can settle comfortably in a sort of cocoon while reading, playing a game or watching a movie on a tablet. This small desk can be used by adults as a stool or a coffe table 

 

 

 

 

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Stool petit Jean(neret) et Grand Corbu(sier),

Paris 2012. 

What an adult draws at his scale, a kid transforms to his own scale. 

An object for adults may be transformed into a space by kids. A table becomes a cave under which to hide...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Petit Jean(neret) deviendra grand Corbu(sier) is a stool for adults that can be flipped over to offer children a desk or an armchair. 

This is a piece of furniture that each child will be able to use while growing up as to keep all the memories it contains.

Petit Jean(neret) deviendra grand Corbu(sier) answers Kids imaginary word but also adults one to become stool, bed side table, stepladder...

 

 

 

 

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Bookcase,

Paris, 2007

This bookcase is made of different modules that gave the impression to collapse and disappear behind the wall. Beyond the funny shape, it also gives to the user a multitude way to arrange and compose the wall. Indeed, the space inside and outside the modules offers big and small interstices where everyone can arrange books with any types of size and choose to highlight some and hide others. 

 

Chaise racine, Urban furniture,

Paris 2011.

Laureate “Mobilier Urbain Intelligent” organised by the city of Paris.

A design for a triple aspiration

-urban dimension:  overlaying of functions in one place to intensify space and therefore better save it. (Illustration of a small-scale multifunctional urban planning as a remedy for urban sprawl)

-An interactive dimension: no formal research imposed by the designer but an object that the user deforms, bends, stretches, depending on their needs and moods.

Economic-potential: Use of the ground surface as a space of communication and expression

 

Chaise renversée,

Paris 2012.

- 3rd price, Samsung Launching People competition (1765 candidates)

- Label de l’Observeur du design 2015

As an architect, I have considered the diffterent ways we use computing tools fo r either business or recreation, doing so in smaller and smaller living space .

This led me to create an extremely light desk that can be used for occasional work and that can also be turned into a long chair where one can settle comfortably in a sort of cocoon while reading, playing a game or watching a movie on a tablet.

 

 

 

 

 

To summarize, the “chaise renversée” is a desk for those who do not wish to have a desk at home.  Indeed, they think that a desk which is used only occasionally for important emails or paying bills is much too cumbersome in a small living space.  A desk that can be converted into a comfortable long chair after the work is finished is much more useful at home.

 

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Work station studio,

Paris 2014.

This work station studio was custom made ​​for a film music composer. It is organized as a true modular architecture. The various elements of the program (stands for sound cards, keyboardS, monitors...) are carefully prioritized with the user to determine their position and are movable based on the user's needs. The furniture can be decomposed and recomposed to facilitate transport when traveling

 

Chaise renversée OUTDOOR,

Paris 2015.

The “chaise renversée” is a desk for those who do not wish to have a desk at home.  Indeed, they think that a desk which is used only occasionally for important emails or paying bills is much too cumbersome in a small living space.

A desk that can be converted into a comfortable long chair after the work is finished is much more useful at home.
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