The PRYNT Pocket is an instant camera for your smartphone. It's the company's second product, a smarter, more ergonomic and currently the smallest pocket printer on the market. I worked on this project as the Industrial Design Director and lead a team of Designers, Mechanical and Electrical Engineers. Furthermore I supervised the production overseas and travel frequently to the factory in order to do thorough quality control and reliability work.
The pocket is currently sold in 15+ countries - Selling stores include Urban Outfitters, Best Buy, Target but also Colette, le Bon Marché and more.
Industrial Designer / Project and site manager
The Wikibar is a rehabilitation of a space created by the studio Mathieu Lehanneur. Imagined and built in March 2013, this renovation aimed to turn a concept café with the appearance of a scientific laboratory, warmer with choices of chalkboards for the menus and American Walnut as laminate.
Wikipearls are served there : ice creams, juices, soups and cheeses provided with a natural edible packaging, like a fruit - product of the collaboration between the researcher and creator of the Laboratory David Edwards, as well as the french culinary designer François Azambourg.
Times have changed and so should printers : Creating the 1st truly intelligent, beautifully designed and friendly home photo printer. A home photo station made to save, charge, print and more.
The Case is PRYNT's first product. I designed it in 2014 between Paris and Shenzhen, at Hax, the world's 1st hardware accelerator. I worked on this project as the Lead Industrial Designer and Mechanical Engineer as the company counted only 3 members at the time.
I traveled many times to the factory in Seoul in order to manage CMF, quality control and reliability work. The Case was funded on Kickstarter and is still do this date the most successful French campaign.
Design showroom - Industrial Designer / Project & Site Manager
The Labstore brings together Le Laboratoire's flagship design products. Le Laboratoire is a studio where I was an in house ID during three years, a unique place of research in Design, Arts and Science. Exclusive products such as the Mathieu Lehanneur's Andréa air purifier, the Aeroshots energy shots and Phillipe Starck's WA|HH, can be found there.
The Labstore design was conceived as a spaceship where visitors come to discover and experience a certain vision of the future.
Lead Industrial Designer / Product Designer
The oPhone is the first device that enabled scent messaging. I worked on the Hardware as well as the Software on this invention created by a team of Harvard Professors and Scientists, while working at the Laboratoire in Paris.
The oPhone was a global success and our team’s work received recognition in several prominent publications including Fast Company, Mashable, Vice and Wired.
Corrugated boxes and bubble mailer packaging and renderings created for various subscription boxes companies including :
Packaging design created for the French liquor company H-Theoria.
Creative work executed around the company’s identity, including the broken timepiece and Parisian copper bar counter. Worked with manufacturers to keep the BOM under a Euro per pack.
Conceptual Project - Industrial Design and Conception : Exposed at the Futur en Seine exhibit as well as the Dassault and Accenture showrooms in Paris.
The Memowrist project is the result of a thorough reflection having memory and souvenirs as main subjects.
The product is a socio-interactive device for capturing and viewing individual and collective memories. Through the emotions experienced, it allows users to contribute to the memory of others and to clarify their own. The device works in three stages: the synchronization with ones entourage, the capture of the moments that we want to immortalize and finally the remembrance of the memories with others.
I designed this concept of alarm clock in the spirit of the New York brand Nooka, known for its binary watches. The rectangular bars indicate the hours and the triangular ones indicate the minutes (from 5 to 5 minutes). Reading the time is a habit to learn that becomes an automatism over time.
HYDROS by Evian
Industrial Designer + Concept
Winner of the Paris ArtScience Prize,
Project presented at Harvard University
HYDROS is a smart hydration system designed for households. It holds several connected bottles that regulates hydration throughout the day for the whole family, and comes with a service of water delivery. It allows reduced costs and increases ecological impact as well as a healthy lifestyle.
Aerolife Products and Accessories
While working at Le Laboratoire studio in Paris, I had the opportunity to participate to several unique projects including the Aeroshots Energy inhalers. Created by Pr. David Edwards for pharmaceutical at first, this product ended up being sold at supermarkets in Boston and Paris as a replacement for energy drinks.
My task was to design several versions of this one of a kind product as well as all the accessories and packaging of the brand.
The Maraca table was inspired by the Maracanã stadium in Rio, biggest one in Brazil, and was created during the world cup. It was featured in various national Design magazines.
Lattoog Design Prism Chair
Industrial Design / Furniture
While working at Lattoog Design studio in Rio de Janeiro I had the opportunity to create and collaborate on numerous furniture pieces. Wood and fabric where the main materials used by the studio, as it is a lot in the Brazilian furniture scene. It was the perfect opportunity for me to learn more about the latter while getting inspirations from the Campana brothers and Sergio Rodrigues to name but a few.
Industrial Design - CAMIF Competition
The Rölig playground is inspired by the minimalist Scandinavian design of the 1930s. It was designed for the CAMIF's annual competition, which focused on collaborative furniture. I chose to work for kindergartens and to re-think the concept of indoor playgrounds with more style. Rölig allows children to read, rest, create and play.