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Constance Guisset's design in 10 creations

Constance Guisset's design in 10 creations

Philosophy and poetry are the watchwords of the work of designer Constance Guisset who was notably administrator of the Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec studio in 2003, a date which marks the beginning of her orientation towards design. Grand Prize for the creation of the city of Paris in 2008, his work revolves around the concept of movement, surprise and illusion. A real delight to find in 10 images.

Nijimi cushions


Photo Guisset Creation of 2013, these cushions are part of the designer's work on color and precisely on watercolor. It delivers a chromatic cloud for the Petite Friture brand.

The Ankara 2009 collection


Photo Guisset Published in 2013, this collection of five tables for indoors and outdoors was designed in 2009 for the French Institute in Turkey in Ankara but is here reinterpreted for Matière Grise in a metal version.

Chantilly lamps


Photo Guisset Gourmet work, Chantilly lamps are simple folds of a polypropylene sheet on long wooden feet. The whole is then light and poetic for a note of softness in the house.

Spin 1 and Spin 2 mats


Photo Guisset Another work on color! Constance Guisset presents here two carpets like vortexes of colors which form a harmonious gradient thanks to a natural progression in different tones.

The Windmillis pouffe


Photo Guisset In the same spirit as the carpets, there is also a pouffe-tourniquet on which we can lie down. Its rotary movement makes it possible to set in motion the colors inspired by the chromatic circle.

The Stella shelf


Photo Guisset Here is a real modern totem to display objects. The plus of this shelf? She turns on herself like a dancer for a poetic note in the decoration.

The Coulisse mirror


Photo Guisset Here is an original mirror because of its black color but also because glass spheres are suspended from it. When the spheres are placed on the mirror, they light up and remain fixed. Magic !

Francis mirror


Photo Guisset Here, the mirror retains its natural color but is enriched by Constance Guisset's research on chromatic experiences. The color then takes hold of the edges of the mirror to let go of the imagination.

The Sol rocking chair


Photo Guisset In this creation, the designer works on asymmetry to offer a pattern of lines that gives the impression of the movement of this graphic rocking chair.