douglas pine, stainless steel
Each table expresses the simpliness of a spontaneous gesture. The tube crosses the tabletop and hold it, giving its identity to the table and providing unusual space free to be used. The feet and tabletops are both manufactured in France.
Rim tables have been designed with Noémie Pilo.
paperboard, cardboard tube
Neither a prototype nor a final product, the cardboard seat is a 1:1 scale model strong enough to be used every day. While I am experimenting with it at home, I am thinking about what I can improve for the next version.
pvc, cable tie
This coat hook is made of a shaped pvc tube bound by a cable tie with dowel usually used by plumbers and electricians. The cheap raw pvc tube has been turned and sanded to obtain a pleasant finish.
The ladder pays tribute to the ancestral Chinese bamboo ladder by underlining its versatile functions of towel rack, coat hook, or night stand.
The top of the ladder is round in order to accommodate the jackets. A small piece takes it off the wall, and can support a few hangers. Its oversized rung underlines the free spaces the ladder offers.
The lamp can be put on a table or hooked on a wall. Each four positions offers different light degrees. The lamp is made of two sheets of steel laser cut, bent and welded. It can be disassembled, fixed or recycled easily.
A stool made of polycarbonate. The foot is held using two zip-ties, then simply plugged to the top. It is foldable, removable and very light.
beechwood, hazel tree
The glasses have been designed with Noemie Pilo in collaboration with the cabinetmaker Paul Mazet.
The vase moves the usual relationships between water and glass. Glass is here both a surface for the droplets and a container for the water.
Kothon is a plate designed with and for anosmic people. Anosmic cannot taste nor smell. Since appreciate food is very difficult if not impossible.
Cup & Coffee filter
3D printed ceramic
It is a one shot project which showcase process researches we worked on as well as the freedom the studio offered me.
Robin Bourgeois is designing things based in Paris, France. He attempts to design sensitive products tied to the everyday life.