Philippe Stouvenot | has an eclectic mind. He confronted himself very early to different materials. Initially working as a bricklayer, he then became an architect before focusing on design. His career seems to go in reverse to what is commonly known: he first conceived big scale works and then switched to making furniture for our everyday needs. Berlin1, Bangkok2, Atlanta3, Paris4 and currently Tokyo5 – all these places he has lived in, each one unique – have stimulated and strengthened his creativity, because of their own specific contexts and energies. His production focuses on a mindscape located in-between minimalism, spatiality, and pureness of the forms and memory of the materials.
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