The Francis mirror came from an experimentation: pigments vanishing on water. The result is a bright oxidation. Make up palette or ageing mirror?
The wall mirror Francis evolved from an experience with pigmentation. The shifting colours on the periphery suggest the oxidation of antique mirrors or hues on a makeup palette. This observational design, with vivid and deep colours, is reflected inside the surface of each mirror by digital printing. The back of the mirror, slightly convex, is suspended through the centre, which allows the mirror to fall forward such as with venetian mirrors.
Constance Guisset Studio was founded in 2009. Specialized in product design, interior design and scenography, it gathers around Constance Guisset a team of designers and architects. The Studio intends to create light and animated objects, aiming to arouse wonder and to invoke a moment of escape in dreams.
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 enters ENSCI design school from which she graduates in 2007. In 2008, she is awarded the “Grand Prix du Design de la Ville de Paris”, wins the Prize for the Public of the Design Parade at La Villa Noailles (Hyère, France), as well as two grants from the VIA (French institute for the valorisation of innovation in design). In 2010, she is named among the “ten designers of the year” in Maison & Objet, Now! Design à vivre and is awarded the Audi Talents Awards.
Constance Guisset Studio works with many French and international furniture editors such as Petite Friture, Moustache, Tectona, Nature & Découvertes, Molteni&C, La Cividina, etc. The Studio also designs industrial objects for companies like La Cie – Seagate or travel accessories for Louis Vuitton Malletier for instance.
PETITE FRITURE, LIBRE GARDE design editor, was founded 10 years ago by Amélie du Passage, placing bold, talented, emerging designers at the heart of its singular collections.