We need more green and the 2015 trends confirm this!
Shelves, trolleys, lighting fixtures, random objects or even bathtubs… To my delight, plants are everywhere.
Plants represent for me an endless source of inspiration and you may find them in my designs. They have the ability to immediately brighten up and bring life to any space.Use them, with excess! It’s never enough.
I have included below a selection of pictures that inspired me. More to be found on our Pinterest board “green”
Image sources: loose leaf & Planthunter on designfiles.net, monroseechoes.tumblr.com, lapetitecabochonne.tumblr.com, ELLE Decoration, Happyinteriorblog.com, Palm by studiopepe on trendland.com
When Elodie, founder of the Hoplababy e-shop, asked me to help her come up with a concept for a retail space, I was immediately seduced by the project. We decided to work on an animal and party themed design.
Here is the before/after pictures:
We also developed a line of patterns to complete the graphics of the Hoplababy brand and used it to customize the furniture of the shop.
25 Queens road East, Wanchai – HK Open every day, 10am-8pm G/F: amazing children clothes collection from Troizenfants Paris 1/F: a space ensuring your baby’s health, happiness and safety by Hoplababy.com including a selection of our designs!
I have been dying to talk to you about this particular project!
Minifab is the new distributor in Hong Kong of the Australian brands Seedling & Stuck-on-you. I was asked to develop an original design for their entrance hall and playroom/showroom/meeting room, adding fun and functional furniture and wall art.
Minifab is not just a toy store, it is also a creativity laboratory for children. A space where they will be inspired to let their imagination loose. And with that in mind, we decided to adopt the “collage” technique as a graphic base.
Here is the before pictures:
And here is the final result:
The playroom will host different events, from birthdays to handicrafts workshops. We therefore created modular furniture, allowing a variety of configurations according to the number of participants and their ages.
I would like to thank all the members of the Minifab team who have been amazing throughout this process and very welcoming during the setup. Special thanks go to Jenny & Ellen with whom I had worked last year on a few design projects. It was an absolute bliss to collaborate with both of you again.
And here are some pictures of the renovation!
While I am primarily responsible for the design, I will visit the site regularly, helping my client to ensure that the renovations are proceeding as planned and designed.
I’ve been working on this very exciting project for the past few months now. We have completely renovated an industrial property into an office space, having to organize it into 8 different departments.
As some of you may know, my initial work experience in Paris centered around working as an interior designer. Since moving to Hong Kong, it has been a challenge to continue in this field due to the complexities of working in multiple languages. However, here I am, jumping into this exciting new adventure, working nights and through long week-ends!
The first step was to agree on the concept and drafting a preliminary layout plan.