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My research finds multiple applications in scenography, object design and videos. I attach myself to creating light, animated objects in which the elegant fluidity creates surprise and evasion through dreaming.
Born in 1976, Constance Guisset lives and works in Paris. Constance Guisset is a French designer with an original story. After studying economics and business at ESSEC and IEP in Paris, followed by a year in the parliament in Tokyo she chose to focus on design. In 2007 she graduated from ENSCI - Les Ateliers and founded her studio. She quickly earned recognition through winning prizes such as the Grand Prix du Design de la ville de Paris in 2008, the public prize at the Design Parade in Villa Noailles 2009, and finally in 2010 both the designer of the year at Maison et Objet, and the Audi Talent Awards. Her different research paths have led her to work with Petite Friture, Fontana Arte and Molenti amongst others for product design.In addition she has worked with Angelin Preljocaj, Established & Sons and Galeries Lafayette notably working with the latter on scenography, and has worked with video for Le Musee des Arts Decoratif and the design Biennale in Saint-Etienne.
The Vertigo pendant light is an icon of Petite Friture. Created by the designer Constance Guisset it aroused the enthusiasm of design professionals. Recognized very early by Rossana Orlandi, this large design chandelier has incorporated an anthology of prestigious permanent collections like the Moma, the CAP and the MAD. But the plebiscite also came from the public. In addition to the success met, Vertigo pendant lamp received the public award in 2006 at the villa Noailles.
VERTIGO is, in the words of its designer, a “den lamp”. It is simultaneously ethereal and graphic, adapting to both large and small spaces where it creates its own intimate space. With its ultra light fiberglass structure, stretched with velvety polyurethane ribbons, this pendant lamp fascinates as it comes to life swaying in the soft air currents that surround it.
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Designed by Constance Guisset, NUBILO is a sofa and armchair series in which the multiplication of cushions evokes the image of a cloud. Softness, comfort, velvet, are accentuated by the association of three high quality materials. The cushions vary in sizes and forms and demand to be played with. Attached to the sofa structure by elastics, they can be moved and positioned according to desires.
The extra-large FRANCIS mirror-coffee table revisits an iconic Petite Friture mirror, exploring the horizontal plane.
The original mirror design from 2012 by Constance Guisset has been combined with ceremonial shapes to become a mirror-coffee table that brings poetry and design into any living-room. The extra-large format turns FRANCIS into a true statement piece.
This piece received the Stylepark Selected Award at the 2019 Salone del Mobile.
The FRANCIS mirror-bar table is a new take on the original mirror designed in 2012 by Constance Guisset. Now laid flat, the mirror turns whole notion of reflection on its head, bringing a stunningly poetic perspective to interior design.
The idea for the FRANCIS mirror came from coloured pigments blooming out from a paintbrush dipped into water – even more evocative now in its horizontal form.