Each year in January the most important European event for Interior Design is held:
Must-have collections, innovations and talents were all gathered last week in Paris!
The show runs twice a year and each time, a Designer is awarded as the Best Designer of the Year. A more product design-oriented profile is designated in January and a more closely related to the world of interior architecture or decor designer for September.
The Best Designer of the year this time was French Designer:
His poetic, minimalist style has made its mark. Post Design, Zanotta, Montina, Venini, Alessi… Design companies can’t get enough of his work.
In 1998, he produced a series of glass objects at the CIRVA, (Centre International de Recherche sur le Verre et Les Arts Plastiques) in Marseille.
Two years later in Vallauris he tried his hand at ceramics.
From 1998 to 2008, Pierre Charpin taught at the Ecole supérieure d’art et de design in Reims and he has been teaching at Ecal in Lausanne, Switzerland ever since, but he has never lost sight of his grail.
In 2011, he designed Intervalles, a collection of glasses and a carafe for Cristalleries Saint-Louis.
More of his designs at N.50 apartment at Modernist architect Le Corbusier's Cité Radieuse housing block in Marseille where he has undergone a colourful refit:
Congratulations, Pierre, and we look forward to all of your future work!
By Anaïs Gibaud