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Design Cream? Quèsaco? An event presenting the crème de la crème of designers and architects, of course! And who says prestigious casting, says choice format. On Thursday March 26, 2018, ten creators, gathered for the Materials & Light fair, thus presented their creations, inspirations and projects in an atypical way in 20 images, projected 20 seconds apart. Zoom on the world of Charlotte Juillard.

The Design Cream nights, designed by Benjamin Girard from the Design Project agency, aim to offer a scene to the cream of the cream of creators to present their projects to a wide audience, in a format specific, rhythmic and concise, and in a relaxed atmosphere. What ensure a global success at these gatherings! Everything fits in the format, named Pecha Kucha: the guests have 20 slides, shown during 20 seconds each, and which scroll automatically; either 6 minutes and 40 seconds for each of them. No blah-blah: the various speakers expose here the essence of their achievements.

Charlotte Juillard
Charlotte Juillard is a young French designer and art director. After studying interior design at the Camondo School in Paris (14e), as well as a one-and-a-half year exchange in Italy at the Fabrica (research and communication center of the Benetton - Treviso group) she decides to create in 2014 its own creative studio, from object design to scenography. She believes in the return to the value of manual work where the gesture of the craftsman becomes the center of a project. His pieces are part of a desire for continuity where textures and forms, softness and femininity combine to the benefit of the same ambition, to provide evidence to the object. Seeking to put exchange at the center of her research, she creates an open space of reflection that allows her to approach projects with an ambition and a new poetics. She currently works for many clients such as Molteni, Ligne Roset, Monoprix and Christian Lacroix.

For more information, visit the website Materials & Light et Design Cream


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