Born in 1976 in Paris, Constance Guisset is one of the best French product designers. As a craftsmanship lover, she intends to create and to produce ergonomic, light, lively, and welcoming objects, springing from a desire for movement, delicacy, and surprise. Her design studio is specialized in product design, interior design, and scenography. One Hundred Edition brings to you some of her most marvelous and unique design pieces!
“Designers have a responsibility in today’s consumer society. Faced with the influx of objects, we continue to invent and draw them. It is therefore necessary to make objects on purpose, in line with our vision of the world. Designers also have a certain capacity to transform the world in which we live. They can offer lighter and surprising objects which become supports for the imagination.”
“Design in France is very dynamic and abundant. I feel like there are many trends and directions that are being explored today. This creates strong emulation.”
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The top product designer works with many French and international furniture editors like Molteni, Petite Friture, and Moustache. Furthermore, Constance Guisset also designs industrial objects for companies like La Cie – Seagate or travel accessories for Louis Vuitton Malletier for instance.
Her work finds applications in industrial design, stage design, interior design, and videos. It is directed by an interest in illusion, lightness, and surprise. The top product designer produces and creates moving objects to raise amazement and fascination.
After studying at ESSEC Business School and Sciences-Po Paris, then a one-year internship at Japan Parliament in Tokyo, Constance Guisset chooses to turn towards design and enter ENSCI design school from which she graduates in 2007. She won the “Grand Prix du Design de la Ville de Paris” and her first personal exhibition, “Design – Constance Guisset”, took place in 2012 at the Chapelle des Calvairiennes, center for contemporary and modern art, in Mayenne, France.
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