Ionna Vautrin Wallpaper design award 2011 - Best Lamp Binic for Foscarini
Ionna Vautrin was birthed in 1979 in France. She graduated in 2002 from l'école de design Nantes Atlantique. She works and lives in Paris.Because 2002 she has functioned successively for Camper in Spain, for George J. Sowden in Italy and for Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec in France. At the same time she developed her very own jobs with differents editors: starting with Industreal, the Equipment Galerie, Wallpaper and a lot more just recently for Foscarini, Moustache or Super-ette ... She opened her very own studio in January 2011 after getting the Grand Prize of the development of the city of Paris.Awards:- Grand prix de la création de la mairie de paris 2010- Wallpaper design award 2011 : best lamp for "Binic" edited by Foscarini- Wallpaper design award 2009 : best vases for "Fabricca del vapore" edited by IndustrealBaobab Coffee Table.This coffee table shows the different shape of a Baobab: a massive strain tapering in to various branches topped by a longitudinal foliage. With two turning trays found at various elevations, this table is created with lacquered lime-wood. Near a sofa, as a night table or as a solution table at the doorway of a residence, its sculptural character fits in various rooms and environments.Binic Table Lamp.Binic is the name of a lighthouse on the coast of Brittany in France. Inspired by the marine globe, this little light looks like windsocks which are on the watercraft decks. Like a personal lighthouse it forecasts a circumscribed light downwards.Its style is simple however shocking: a straightforward cone-shaped base which supports a big round head that appears to oppose the force of gravity. Comprehensive however small of character, it is available in lots of colours.Chouchin Pendant Lamp.Chouchin is the oriental word for the traditional, emblematic lanterns constructed of paper and bamboo and utilized as luminous sources or as lucky charms at the entry of the house. Reinterpreted in a much more modern means, these illuminations obtain the magic and the poetry from this aerial and emblematic japanese globe. It has a crucial and, at the same time, evocative design: the body, constructed of glass, which is obtained via a solitary blowing procedure, is decorated by a white collar underneath. Colour played an essential duty in the option of products: glass provides a warm surface area on which the varnish creates a complete, luminous colour.Pion Coffee Table.Influenced by chess porcelain figurines, Pion is a triad of 2 coffee tables and a stool. As if challenging the equilibrium, the tabletops and the stool seat seem to have been delicately positioned upon easy cones. This collection plays with colours and contrasts by integrating organic wood trays with lacquered feet.