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Noé Duchaufour–Lawrance

Noé Duchau­four – Lawrance is a designer of objects and envi­ron­ments. He stands out for defin­ing a unique language of natural shapes that appear supple, organic, and fluid yet struc­tured. Born in Mende, France, in 1974, he grew up in a creative home. Follow­ing in his father’s foot­steps, as a sculp­tor himself, he received an educa­tion in Sculp­ture on Metal (at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et des Métiers d’Art) as well as furni­ture design (at the Arts Déco­rat­ifs in Paris). Duchau­four – Lawrance quickly displayed an unusual aesthetic. His design for the Sketch” restau­rant in London effec­tively launched his career in 2002, earning him the Best Design” award from Time Out” maga­zine. Shortly after, he opened his own studio, Neonata, meaning New Birth,” as a think tank for design and inte­rior archi­tec­tural projects. He has since devel­oped a highly regarded aesthetic quality, seizing every project as an oppor­tu­nity for symbio­sis between man, objects, and space. His projects range from product devel­op­ment for manu­fac­tur­ers, such as Ceccotti Collezioni, Tacchini, and Zanotta to entire living spaces for Senderens, Air France Lounges, and Ciel de Paris. The French designer contin­ues to receive inter­na­tional praise as his approach elevates mate­r­ial forms in multi­ple art disci­plines, awak­en­ing the senses and promot­ing harmony with nature.

Designs by Noé Duchaufour–Lawrance (1)