Lukas Saint-Joigny is an experimental designer based in Paris. He graduated from a MA Contextual Design at the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2018. He has an experimental way of making objects based on an exploration of shapes and materials.
His hands-on-process enables him to deal with color and texture to create intriguing objects that communicate with the user and push him to reflect on the world that surround us.
Greatly inspired by science fiction, comics and sciences such as geology and biology, he doesn’t follow the archetypes of objects but tries to stimulate the imagination. His intention is to focus on the research of a new aesthetic based on the unexpected and the strange.
Since graduating he has produced his Ore Collection, a series of domestic objects that evoke ore mineral. Through experimental organic shapes and vibrant colours his objects look alive. The collection reflects his cosmic influences, creating a dynamic aspect portrayed through the shapes and their texture, taking the viewer into a fantasy, forcing the imagination to let go. The collection was first shown by Side Gallery at Collectible Design fair, and then in the group show at the gallery’s summer exhibition space Casavells.
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