We are a french design studio, we design daily objects on which we are giving a new eye based on three principles: modularity, possibility of adjustment and appropriation.
We are mostly working with our 3D printers to print prototypes but also for the production of some of our products. This method of work gave us the opportunity to collaborate with batch.works since september 2019.
We are always looking for new collaborations and can also take special orders.
Contact us if you have an idea and if you would like to work with us !
shop online available in february 2020
Bob is a table or a hanging lamp. With its long cable and thanks to its coil shape, you can hang it to a shelf, a hook or just put it on a table.
Measurements : 24 x 12cm, cable : 3m
Prototype in 3D printing, scale 1/1
Flocflac has a unique way to take care of your plants. After putting your plant on flocflac you can water it without thinking if you put too much water in your plant. The excess of water will go down throw the grid and stay in the pot for you to use it later to water your plant again. No waste!
Flocflac exists in two sizes.
Format S: 11 x 12cm, format L: 12 x 16cm.
3D prints: Batch.works
Online shop: Batch.works
appareiller le quotidien
Appareiller le quotidien (= set the daily routine) is a set of three devices designed by using the technical principle of the claims. They have for intention to let the user do different assemblies in daily situations by creating extensions to objects already existing or by divert its use.
More infos: www.warrenblauvac.fr/appareiller-le-quotidien
« Au milieu » (= in the middle) the goal of this project is to create a culinary link between the countries of the Mediterranean Basin. This project is divide in several steps. The first one was a research on the origins, links, influences, etymologies... of Mediterranean dishes. The second was designing a map gathering all this informations (showing that most of the dishes weren't coming from one country in specific but a mix of different regions of different countries.) The last step was the conception of a set of plates for a restaurant serving mediterranean food. The plates are made of concrete, neutral material and new for plates, symbolizing the strong link between all those countries, regions, and dishes.
More infos: www.laetitiabouacar.fr/aumilieu
“S5 : Au lit !” contains an extra bed. Thanks to a system of straps associated with 3D printed parts and felt, the mattress once folded transforms into an additional cushion which can also serve as a small extra seat. It can be transported from one house to another thanks to the different folds and adjustable straps.
The inflatable mattress is no longer stored in the cellar or the attic, it can be part of the living room layout always ready to use. To use the mattress, simply loosen the straps and unfold the felt (which will serve as insulation between the floor and the mattress to provide more comfort to the guest). The kit also contains a woolen blanket, it is wide enough to accommodate various complementary items such as a toiletry bag, a spare outfit or an inflator.
2.20 is a double candleholder. One side fits a candle and the other side fits a tea light candle.
Set of 4 cookie cutters for making shortbread cookies.
On sale in ouronline shop.
3D printing, r-PETG.
Mimo is a half-vase, it's designed to serve as an extension to a food jar and transform it into a vase. It allows a better maintenance of flowers and helps in the composition of bouquets.
The model 1 can be adapted to a glass bottle with a neck of 50 mm in diameter or on a jar of 75 mm in diameter.
The model 2 can be adapted to jars with a neck of 80 mm or 100 mm in diameter.
Álvaro soap dish is designed to hold a solid soap.
The shape of the soap dish keeps the soap out of the water so that it can dry between each use.
This object is made in 3D printing in our studio from recycled and recyclable plastic bottles as well as compostable bioplastic made from corn starch (rPETG + PLA).
Amanda is a table lamp. Depending on its orientation, the light intensity varies thanks to its shape.
This object is 3D printed in our studio from recycled and recyclable plastic bottles (rPETG) as well as compostable bioplastic made from corn starch (PLA).