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Emilie Voirin

Émilie Voirin
http://www.emilievoirin.com

Émilie Voirin is a french products designer, she has been performing with objects. She works in London, where she has established a private studio.

She is graduate from ENSAD in Paris and studied at HFG Karlsruhe during one year. She worked as an intern at the Tom Dixon Studio in London in 2009 and been invited to become a member of the german edition of objects Kkaarrlls.

Voirin has showcased in France, UK, Germany, Italy and Netherlands, she writes and has had fiction works published in 2009. She is currently preparing a show for a gallery in Paris.

Her style is characterized by the industrialization of tangible topics, giving form to an intellectual and imaginative lyricism, and the visual acuity of the correlation between the aesthetic quality of objects and their technical nature. Design products at the edge of Art, performances, writing about the topic of objects.


Jérôme Nelet
jnelet@gmail.com

1985 Born in Paris, France; lives in Boston, USA

2003-2009 Studied product design at École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, France

2007 Studied product design at Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design, Germany

 
 
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