• AC/AL Studio

    AC/AL Studio

    After graduating from ENSCI-Les Ateliers, Amandine Chhor and Aïssa Logerot kick-started their careers working in architecture and design studios for five years, as well as for companies such as Hermès. Between 2009 and 2012, they collaborated on contemporary design projects, using sustainable artisanal techniques, in developing countries such as Cambodia, Morocco and Cameroon. The duo founded their own design studio in Paris in 2013, with the aim of creating objects that tell a story and achieve a perfect balance between function, form and production technique. Passionate about materials, arts and crafts, and industrial manufacturing processes, they design products and furniture that are functional yet simplistic.

  • Ana Montiel

    Ana Montiel

    Describing her self as a “ professional enthusiast ,” Ana Montiel is rather a Renaissance woman with many passions and interests. With an education in fine arts — Logroño Arts School and a BFA Hons at Universidad de Barcelona — Ana has learnt many new traits, enough to set up a design studio in Barcelona; a wallpaper brand whose first product, “Topo Azul”, was featured in the New York Times; a solid art direction and illustration career working on commissions for the likes of Anthropologie, Nina Ricci or Clinique; exhibitions of her work in many countries; writing four art guidebooks, The Paintbrush Playbook, The Pencil Playbook, The Marker Playbook and The Pen & Ink Playbook. After spending most of her life in Europe — Logroño, Barcelona and London — she decided to embark on a spiritual and artistic quest, moving to Mexico. At the moment she divides her time between Tepoztlán- a UFO-friendly village in the mountains of Mexico-and her expeditions around the world.

  • Andras Rigler

    Andras Rigler

    After studying at Naput Academy of Art in Budapest, ANDRAS RIGLER got into the École supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Marseille. After rubbing shoulders with sculpture, he shifted towards design. He graduated in 2006 with an option in global design. In 2007, he was invited by Designersblock and Designboom to the London Design Festival. In 2008, he showcased his prototypes at the MACEF Spring Salon in Milan as well as the Biennale Internationale Design in Saint-Étienne. In 2009, ANDRAS RIGLER represented France in Brazil in several exhibitions sent by the Cité du Design of Saint-Étienne. In 2010, he collaborated with Wellbedesign, an architectural studio in Budapest. The work was presented by POP CORN at Maison&Objets Paris. In 2011, Rigler was named designer of the year by ELLE DECORATION Hungary and showcased his objects in Milan for the EDIDA Awards. In 2013, he represented Hungary in a collective exhibition at the Design Museum Holon; that same year, he started working on more personal projects. In 2016, he joined the Kisterem Gallery in Budapest. Since 2017, he’s been invited to a number of art and design schools in France, where he organizes experimental workshops on a variety of topics.

  • Anne Harvala
  • Claesson - Koivisto - Rune

    Claesson - Koivisto - Rune

    Claesson Koivisto Rune was founded in Stockholm in 1995 by Mårten Claesson, Eero Koivisto and Ola Rune. It started as – and still is – an architectural office, but since has become multidisciplinary, which in this case means that product design is also practiced with equal emphasis. Their work has earned numerous awards, including “Furniture of the Year 2012” and “ Designer of the Year 2011” (Elle Decoration Sweden), in 2004 CKR were honoured to be the first Swedish architects ever to be exhibited in the international section of the Venice Architecture Biennale. Product designs by Claesson Koivisto Rune are manufactured by international companies such as Arflex, Asplund, Berga, Blueair, Boffi, Cappellini, David design, Dune NY, Living Divani, Offecct, Paola Lenti, Petite Friture, Swedese, Tacchini, Wästberg, among others.

  • Constance Guisset

    Constance Guisset

    Born in 1976, Constance Guisset lives and works in Paris. Constance Guisset is a French designer with an original story. After studying economics and business at ESSEC and IEP in Paris, followed by a year in the parliament in Tokyo she chose to focus on design. In 2007 she graduated from ENSCI - Les Ateliers and founded her studio. She quickly earned recognition through winning prizes such as the Grand Prix du Design de la ville de Paris in 2008, the public prize at the Design Parade in Villa Noailles 2009, and finally in 2010 both the designer of the year at Maison et Objet, and the Audi Talent Awards. Her different research paths have led her to work with Petite Friture, Fontana Arte and Molenti amongst others for product design.In addition she has worked with Angelin Preljocaj, Established & Sons and Galeries Lafayette notably working with the latter on scenography, and has worked with video for Le Musee des Arts Decoratif and the design Biennale in Saint-Etienne.

  • Daniel - Emma

    Daniel - Emma

    They (Daniel To and Emma Aiston) established the design studio DANIEL • EMMA in 2008, to enable them to express their thoughts through Industrial Design. Their studio works on a large variety of projects, ranging from desk objects to installations. They met whilst studying Industrial Design in Adelaide, Australia. After both graduating in 2007, they spent almost two years gaining experience with various design studios in London, such as Marc Newson, Thorsten Van Elten and Committee. They first showed in London in 2008 and their work has since been shown in Paris, Tokyo, New York, Berlin and throughout Australia. In 2009 Wallpaper* magazine listed them as design graduates to watch and in 2010 they were awarded the most promising talent at 100% design London as well as the Bombay Sapphire Australian Design Discovery award. Recently their clients have included Hay (Denmark), Wallpaper* (UK), Field (USA), Thorsten Van Elten (UK), Attica Restaurant (AUS) and Tait (AUS) and today in PETITE FRITURE.

  • Elise Fouin

    Elise Fouin

    Born in 1979 Élise Fouin lives and works in Paris. After graduating from l’École Boulle, she was nominated «talent à la carte» at Maison & Objet in 2010. She also exposed work in the «in Vitro/ Génération Boulle» exposition for the VIA Paris before being integrated into the Pavillion Français at the 100% Design show in London. In 2011 she participated in the «Lampes Tempête» exhibition for Designer’s Days, followed in 2012 by exposing for «L’Emoi du Design» at the Matadero museum in Madrid. In 2013 Élise Fouin participated in the Design Tour, as well as at the Design Biennale in Saint Étienne.

  • Farg & Blanche

    Farg & Blanche

    Stockholm based design studio Färg & Blanche was founded in 2010 by the Swedish designer Fredrik Färg and designer Emma Marga Blanche, born in France. As a studio, they work across a wide variety of fields, collaborating with established furniture brands such as BD Barcelona Design, Gärsnäs, Zero and Design House Stockholm to name a few, as well as producing their own collections and limited art pieces for galleries.

  • Federico Floriani

    Federico Floriani

    Born in 1988 in Treviso (Italy), Federico Floriani graduated in Industrial Design at IUAV, University of Art & Design of Venice. He undertook an internship experience in the London based IMlab Studio, specialised in interior design and architecture. Then, he worked as an assistant to the Italian designer Matteo Zorzenoni. Following this he moved to Eindhoven, the Netherlands, where he collaborated with Studio Formafantasma for almost a year on various projects. For the last year he has been in Fabrica, working in the design studio where he designed and collaborated on a vaste range of projects. From unique pieces to large scale installations.



    Gaëlle Gabillet (born in 1976 in France) and Stéphane Villard (born in 1973 in France) met at ENSCI Les Ateliers from where they both graduated respectively in 2000 and 2001. Gaëlle and Stéphane founded the GGSV studio in 2011, and were winners of the Carte Blanche VIA in 2011 with their research project «Object Black Hole». Their hybrid work shares itself between prospective design and scenography, interior architecture and edition for institutional and industrial clients. They are edited by Gallery Cat Berro, Petite Friture and Made In Design. In addition Gaëlle teaches design at ESAD in Reims and Stéphane is the informal atelier project director at ENSCI Les Ateliers.

  • Giorgia Zanellato

    Giorgia Zanellato

    Born in Venice in 1987, Giorgia Zanellato received her Bachelor’s degree at IUAV University in September of 2009. In October 2009, she moved to Switzerland at ECAL University where she received her Master’s Degree in Product Design in July of 2011, with her project «Narciso Collection». In November of 2011, she returned to Italy to join the «Fabrica» team, the Benetton Research Center where she is presently engaged as a product designer. Giorgia also works as a freelance designer for several companies and galleries ; her products have been exhibited in international fairs and exhibitions.

  • Hanna Emelie Ernstring

    Hanna Emelie Ernstring

    Hanna Emelie Ernsting is a German-American designer, born 1983 in Göttingen, a University town in the centre of Germany. From 2004 to 2010 she studied product design at the HfG in Karlsruhe and at the ENSAD in Paris. Hanna started her own design studio in Frankfurt in 2011. Since then her designs have been exhibited at fairs and exhibitions worldwide and her work has been distinguished with awards such as the Interior Innovation Award by the German Design Council.

  • India Mahdavi

    India Mahdavi

    Born to an Egyptian mother and Iranian father, India Mahdavi spent her childhood between Massachussetts, New York City, Heidelberg, the South of France and Paris. Her style suits her character: polyglot and polychrome. She graduated in architecture, industrial design, graphic design and furniture design, before becoming Christian Liaigre’s artistic director for 7 years. Her studio located in Paris and created in 1999, is known for the diversity of its international projects which explore the fields of architecture and scenography, interior, furniture and object design. In 2003, she launched her first furniture collection and opened her own showroom and the following year she is rewarded Designer of the Year by famous fair «Scènes d’intérieur / Maison et Objets». Named to Architectural Digest’s 2014 AD100 list, which honors the world’s top talents in architecture and design, India is granted a special award for international creators by AD Spain’s AD Award 2014. Her internationale renowned brings her to work with great name as Patrick Seguin, Alber Elbaz, Maja Hoffmann,Thierry Costes et Jean-Francois Piège.

  • Leslie David

    Leslie David

    Leslie David is a French designer, illustrator and art director. She launched her multidisciplinary creative studio in 2009 in Paris. The studio focuses on visual thinking and design in the fields of fashion, beauty, art, music and culture. The spectrum is wide: Identities, branding, print, digital projects, patterns, products, films, animations and much more.

  • Lisa Laubreaux

    Lisa Laubreaux

    Lisa Laubreaux is a French illustrator born in Marseille in 1987. From narrative illustration to set design and art installations, her practice is multidisciplinary. Her experimental approach to art leads her to use several printing techniques, such as engraving, screen-printing and risograph printing. She also runs participatory workshops in museums, at festivals, and for organisations (Studio 13/16, Festival international de l’affiche et du graphisme de Chaumont, Festival Maintenant, etc.) in a fun and educational way, allowing every participant to discover the appropriate, professional graphic design tools.

  • Mortens & Jonas

    Mortens & Jonas

    Morten & Jonas is a design studio based in Bergen, Norway. Morten & Jonas, consist of two Norwegian designers. Morten and Jonas, who have working together as a design duo since receiving their Masters Degree in furniture and spatial design from the Bergen Academy of Art and Design in 2011. Since starting up in 2011, they have participated in exibitions and shows all over the world.
    They aim to create objects and projects with a personal approach in terms of expression, materials and human, visual perception. They are driven by their encounters with people, cultures and shapes.

  • Noé Duchaufour - Lawrance

    Noé Duchaufour - Lawrance

    Born in 1974 in France, Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance followed a course in Sculpture on Metal (at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et des Métiers d’Art) before studying design at the Arts Décoratifs in Paris. He has progressively asserted his aesthetics, first with the design of the Sketch restaurant in London in 2002, and since, through his studio which was established in 2003. 2007 was a key year for Noé when he was nominated by Maison & Objet as «Designer of the Year».
    He collaborates with many editors and also understands how to serve prestigious brands such as Paco Rabanne, YSL Beauté, Air France through his design.

  • Pierre Favresse

    Pierre Favresse

    Born in 1979 Pierre Favresse studied cabinet making at Boulle Art School followed by specialising in design at Les Arts Decoratifs in Paris. Having gained experience from his five years collaborating with Mathieu Lehanneur in the post of designer and agency director, he founded his own studio in 2010. Since 2011 he has been the creative director at Habitat.

  • POOL


    POOL is a duo composed of Léa Padovani (1981) french of Iranian-Italian heritage and Sébastien Kieffer (1982), french, based in Paris. In 2010, POOL create a collective concept, whose goal is to explore associations between objects, architecture and images. Beyond the obvious presence of an object, its beauty and function, the designers search for a multiplicity of meanings and highlight the emotions and reference points. In 2012 they were nominated «Talents à la carte» during Maison&Objet, «Young New Talent» for the price AD and received the «LABEL VIA» for the W&W lighting ceiling system manufactured by ALTER. They have since have created numerous scongraphies and projects for Cassina, Café Craft, Biennale de Kortrijk...

  • Sam Baron

    Sam Baron

    Born in France in 1976, Sam Baron has a degree in Design from the Fine Arts School of Saint-étienne and a post-graduate degree from the National Decorative Arts School of Paris. He is an independent designer and currently heads the design department of Fabrica, in the communications research centre in Trevise. He lives between Paris, Lisbon and Treviso and channels his designs through the biggest international galleries and manufacturers - Zanotta, Ligne Roset, Nilufar, Secondome and others. He regularly dedicates beautiful and affordable collections to the public, collections that today can be found in the La Redoute catalogue in France, or Casamania in Italy. In 2010 he has been awarded as Designer of the Year at Maison&Objet.

  • Shelley Steer

    Shelley Steer

    Shelley Steer is a textile designer and illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia. Since graduating from a Bachelor of Arts (Textile Design) at RMIT, Australia, she has continued to develop, explore and refine her craft, always seeking to express a fresh aesthetic. Working with a variety of clients worldwide, her work sits comfortably within the interior, fashion and graphic disciplines. A strong natural influence can be seen throughout her designs, living organisms and natural forms often combine to create intricate patterns and worlds. Having recently returned home after living in London for the past two years, she is happily settling into her new studio in Collingwood, Melbourne.

  • Studio Brichet-Ziegler

    Studio Brichet-Ziegler

    Caroline Ziegler et Pierre Brichet founded the studio BRICHETZIEGLER in 2010. The design duo built up through exchange and dialogue to make an open think tank, where poetry, materials and forms express with sensitivity. They collaborate with several furniture and lighting companies, and work on industrial projects and interior design. In 2015, they started a new adventure while launching a self made collection, By Hands. A family of objects and small furniture, imagined, designed and made by themselves in their workshop, in limited edition. This is a laboratory for various researches on shapes and materials. They were awarded the VIA Project Assistance grants in 2011 and 2012, and the Bourse Agora grant in 2007 with Collectif Dito.In 2018, they are awarded Grand Prix de la Création de la Ville de Paris.

  • Studio NOCC

    Studio NOCC

    Juan Pablo NARANJO (born 1981 in Colombia) and JeanChristophe ORTHLIEB (born in 1982 in France) met during their studies at Strate College Designers. Originally from Colombia Juan Pablo studied industrial engineering at the University of Los Andes in Bogota, before perfecting his talent in France. After his studies in physics JeanChristophe specialised in industrial design which led him to work in Sweden and Hong Kong in various studios. In 2008 Juan Pablo and Jean-Christophe created Studio NOCC, today based in Saint Ouen. The creations of the duo were rewarded when in 2010 they won the Label VIA, and when they won the Wallpaper best side table award in 2013. Their current projects are developed by companies such as Swarovsky, RATP, Case Scenario, Petite Friture, SERAX and La Redoute. They were also invited to expose their work in Milan at the International furniture fair in 2011.

  • Tiphaine de Bodman

    Tiphaine de Bodman

    Born in 1983, Tiphaine de Bodman works and lives between Milan and Paris. Ever since she graduated from Central Saint Martins, in 2007, she has had numerous projects as textile and graphic designer: embroidery for Alexander Mc Queen, shoes for Paul Smith, patterns for Kenzo, art pieces for private art collectors and also the creation of wallpapers. With an Anglo-Saxon approach, she creates bridges between different fields.

  • Tom Chung

    Tom Chung

    Tom Chung is a Canadian independent industrial designer who created his studio in 2016 in Toronto. His studio focuses mainly on industrial objects and indoor spaces.

    His work has received strong recognition. He was a finalist of the Design Parade in 2013. In 2018, he was named Product Designer of the Year by Designlines Magazine. The quality of the finish of his work was highlighted by the Wallapaper Design Award in 2019 for the "Best Finish Touch".

    He joined Petite Friture with the Fromme chair which feeds his inspiration for biking.

  • Tomas Kral

    Tomas Kral

    Born in Slovakia in 1979 Tomas Kral graduated from ECAL (Ecole Cantonale d’art de Lausanne) in 2006 with a Bachelors degree in industrial design and in 2008 with a Postgraduate in design.
    In 2009 Kral completed his studies with a diploma in MAS design and the luxury industry from ECAL. Tomas Kral launched his studio in Lausanne in 2009 and teaches at ECAL, in the industrial design department. He works for international companies specialised in design.
    His work is exposed in numerous museums and galleries and has won much acclaim.

  • Vaulot - Dyèvre

    Vaulot - Dyèvre

    Vaulot & Dyèvre (Quentin Vaulot, born in 1983 and Goliath Dyèvre, born in 1980) have been associates since 2009. Both graduated from ENSCI - Les Ateliers. After a collaboration with the architect Philippe Rahm for the VIA carte blanche in 2008, they won a project support from the VIA for their large scale lamp of 3.5m called Spanlight in 2010. The project «Fantôme», bells concealing objects won the second prize in the Cinna competition in the small furniture category. Working in scenography, they created «Objets du numérique» for the Lieu du Design. In 2012, they won first prize for design at Agora Bordeaux and started a research project with CRAFT (Centre de Recherche sur les Arts du Feu et de la Terre) in Limoges. They also directed several scenography projects including one for The Centre of National Monuments. They live and work in Paris.