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Designer and architect, he has collaborated with Lexon for more than
sixteen years. Awarded the Grand Prix National de Creation Industrielle, he
has collaborated with Lexon for more than sixteen years. Awarded the Grand Prix National de
he has received two Compasso d’Oro in Itly, the Gabriel Award.I’Art et de
I’Industrie Medal in france, the Design Plus+ award, several times the
Form+Design award in Germany, and the New York Accent On Design Best
Product award in the United States.
British designers Adrian and Jeremy Wright founded their studio, Desi-
gnWright, in 2005. Their approach, which is driven by a desire to simplify
how objects look and function, is supported by a background in engineering
coupled with solid understanding of the manufacturing process. Ranges of
kitchen and homeware products designed by the brothers for clients inclu-
ding Lexon, Joseph Joseph and Normann Copenhagen have established
DesignWright as an innovative, intelligent company respected by industry
and public alike.
Eugeni Quitllet was born with the ability to master the codes of irresistible
seduction. Substance and light, transparency and opacity, the play between
functionality and illusion. A lexicon of objects, superbly framed to reveal
perfectly practicable pieces which are the territories of dreams. Through
these challenging collaborations, Eugeni Quitllet manages to extract tangible
identities out of artificial fragments and dreamlike evocations.
Flexibility and movement, the ease of use achieved through precision in
design. Values which are integral to Lexon’s identity, that clearly exist in
Luca Artioli’s luggage collections. This impeccable consistency continues into
the next generation of models which reflect the tides of change as they
adpt to new formats, new technology tools and different models of travel.
Fueled by an enthusiastic welcome, Pauline Deltour’s Fine collection conti-
nues to grow. Distinguished by being both severe and delicate, its designs
reflect a vocabulary which is characteristic of her own personality. Her pre-
cise hand, neat lines, carefully selected materials and colour ranges, and the
way in which they come together form the individual identity of this young
French designer’s work.
Pierre garner is associated designer and manager of eliumstudio. A gra-
duate of Ecole Nationale Superieure de Creation Industrielle, Pierre Garner is
working to design products for multiple brands of furniture and equipment
including bathroom with japanese society in the field of electronics and
computers in ‘home appliance.
Design in life
What if simple functions,obviously useful and refined objects,accurate details, would carry unmistakeable emotions on everyday basis?
What if our senses, through daily use, could intersect in a better and easier manner thanks to these products?
What if the very first mission of our design ought to be enhancement of relationships
between people,through emotions and immediate service it opens way to?