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Jérémy Guénolé : Ligne de Fuite

Jeune designer français diplômé de l’ESAD Reims, aujourd’hui installé à Londres, Jérémy Guénolé a imaginé Ligne de Fuite, une étagère murale en chêne qui file et se déroule le long d’un angle de mur. Ponctuée de trois blocs orange qui font office de rangements, elle permet d’y déposer les objets du quotidien.

Ligne de fuite shelf from the “artificial landscape” theme.

“This line runs on every surface of the habitat. It is punctuated by orange blocks. These three storage units allow everyday objects to be placed in an original way.”

Materials: sheet of oak, solid oak and PS. Exhibited at the VIA, Paris in 2008.

About : “Jérémy Guénolé is a French product designer born in Brittany in 1984. He comes from Quimper and studied a 2 year diploma in product design at Les Herbiers in 2006 before moving to Reims, where he studied product design at ESAD – High School of Art and Design. In june 2010 he graduated from ESAD after studying a master degree in product design. He is now working as a freelance designer.”

Merci Jérémy pour cette découverte.

Photos © Jérémy Guénolé

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