Supervisor: Elric Petit This project is linked to my work thesis about scaffolding versatility. This bucket can be hanged on differents parts of the structure. It enable workers to have more space when they work.
Supervisor: Maddalena Casadei and Christian Spiess During a night at sea, at anchor, or in port, the boat is immersed into darkness. This lamp illuminates the convivial moments you have on the boat. Inspired by horn cleats, the user suspends the lamp with a rope according to his needs. Waterproof and resistant thanks to its protective bump, this lamp adapts to the risks of its environment.
Context: Vevey Images Festival 2020
Supervisor: Michel Charlot
Collaborator: Camille Donias These panels are designed as pieces of walls; self-stable, solid while revealing their constructive principle. The assembly of several modules between them allows to adapt the display surface to the photo support and offers a lot of compositional freedom.
Supervisor: Stéphane Halmaï-Voisard Dyna is a weighing scale inspired by a dynamometer. It’s targeted towards fruit and vegetables owners. They are both able to weigh the selected vegetables by having the bag hung up on the hook.
Context: USM Design Grant 2020
Supervisor: Adrien Rovero
Collaborator: Charlotte Krzentowski Our project is based on sound isolation. We wanted to create a human scale listening station where the user would be immersed into discussion, as if he was listening at doors. Topakustik industry gave us two acoustic panels of our choice for the contest enabling a real immersion.
Supervisor: Nicholai Wiig Hansen I redesigned the cheapest smoke detector on the market by reducing the number of pieces it had. Now you slide it directly to the ceiling to fix it. The color and form are inspired from red fire bell typology.
Context: Workshop ECAL
Supervisor: Geckeler and Michels
Collaborator: Charlotte Krzentowski, Juliette Benazet, François Lafortune, Luis Bétin As part of a group workshop with Geckeler and Michels we realised a little pavillon for the empty en-trance of our school. We find interesting to redefine this place as a sharing space where people could discuss, oragnize meeting…
Supervisor: Damian Fopp
Collaborator: Bruno Adrien Aguirre This playground play with moiré effect. In this maze, children can hide, and interact with the modules providing less or more visibility and new configurations each time.