Bundle is a laundry bag that can easily be transported thanks to its sliding handles. Its small pocket allows the user to put detergent in it. It is also designed for the bag to fold into itself while you are waiting for your laundry to be cleaned.
Helia is the winner of the Pure Talents Contest 2022.
Most people spend almost 90% of their time inside, lit by artificial lights which, unlike the sun, do not change colour or light intensity during the day, disturbing their circadian rhythm.
Helia follows the user throughout the day - from waking up to falling asleep - by varying its light intensity and colour. It improves the user’s concentration, productivity, quality of sleep, mood... Helia’s modular head enables it to create either a direct light beam or an ambient lamp.
This project has been carried out in collaboration with the EPFL+ECAL lab.
Click here if you want to see the video of presentation of Helia.
A large number of scientific studies show the positive impact of physical activity, increasing oxygen to the body and therefore improving concentration and productivity. It also reduces back pain.
Nowadays, as home office working is becoming more and more common, many people suffer from sitting all day long in front of their computer.
Silhouette adapts to the user’s movements; the chair’s back and seat follow the user’s movements and makes the chair more comfortable while reducing pains of the worker and increasing his concentration.
Bill is inspired by the lights of the 70’s. It is entirely made of ceramic. Its sober design allows the user to place Bill in any type of environment. Its head is easy to rotate and enables the creation of both indirect ambient and a direct light beam. I chose colourful fabric electric cable as this is an integral part of the light.
It is available in a variety of colours.
Handy enables the worker to transport and organise his office tools and accessories in all types of living or working environments. The removable separators make Handy readily adaptable thus corresponding perfectly to the worker’s needs and desires.
Akaru-sa is a paper clock. The sun highlights its numbers embossed in the paper so that its design changes throughout the day. No glue is used to make it, the simple action of water on paper enables it to obtain perfectly the shape of the clock.
People often leave their clothes on their bed or on the back of a chair. Hanger Pole is a coat peg or rather a « clothes rack » that enables the user to easily find their clothes while keeping them nice and tidy.
A simple pole, this convenient clothes stand can be fitted with just about any hook or hanger.
During the Design Week in Milan (2021), I had the opportunity to present Hanger Pole, a project mandated by MUJI and developed during my studies at the ECAL.
An important part of MUJI’s product development is based on detailed photographic studies of people’s homes. We were therefore asked to follow the same design process by documenting the spontaneous state of our home and other people’s surroundings to reveal the way they interact with products and identify with objects that are put to use. It became a direct inspiration for our design.
Photos : Jasmine Deporta & Jimmy Rachez