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We work across disciplines and industries on a variety of projects from industrial products, to bespoke commissions, interiors and installations. Our design process combines deep understanding of materials and making techniques as well as patterns, textures and colours. We design to challenge perception, functionality and materials, create products, spaces and installations to interact with and we always work with sustainability in mind.
Our work celebrates the combination of industrial process and fine craftsmanship, finding inspiration in nature as well as day-to-day environments and has been recognised with awards and by the international media.
Laetitia grew up in Switzerland and graduated in Industrial design from ECAL 'Ecole Cantonale d'Art de Lausanne'. Matteo was born in Uruguay and moved to Italy where he graduated in Industrial design at IUAV Facolta' di Design e Arti in Venice.
They met in London, where they were both working as designers for internationally acclaimed studios.
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After its success at the V&A during the London Design Festival last year, Mise-en-abyme installation was recycled to create a new sculpture that will be exhibited at Oxo Tower Wharf until 20th of Febru- ary 2017 with the support of Coin Street Community Builders and lit by InnermostCabled LED.
Our work is driven by a strong awareness of the cycle of life of products and materials and as designers we have a big responsibility for what we create. We don’t see things as ephemera or to be thrown away after a short life so we try as much as possible while creating interesting and appealing work to consider the life of objects and their impact.
“There is a special beauty behind creating new work from something existing. Mise-en-abyme was designed specifically for the bridge over the medieval rooms at the V&A Museum but always with the intent of having a second life after the festival. We don’t want to recreate what we have seen and enjoyed already but create a new sculpture, that will be perceived and experienced as a totally new piece. We look forward to seeing it in natural light and in an exposed environment for a longer period of time”.
Photography Mark Blower