Mathieu Lehanneur in 10 achievements

Mathieu Lehanneur in 10 achievements

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Mathieu Lehanneur has been surprising since the 2000s with his magical objects and architectures. The designer of nature combines design, science, art, and technology for the well-being of its users. His work is now featured in the largest museums in the world. His amazing achievements in pictures…

Choir of the Church of Saint-Hilaire, France 2011

Mathieu Lehanneur, Copyright Gestalten CURRENT YEAR The designer in tune with the times mixes for the choir of *

Local River, New York 2008

Gaetan Robillard Mathieu Lehanneur innovates with Anthony Van Der Bosshe a concept called **. This creation surprises us with its blown glass set which combines freshwater fish with a domestic vegetable garden.

The Cartier Centenary, United States 2009

Mathieu Lehanneur, Copyright Gestalten CURRENT YEAR Mathieu Lehanneur transformed in 2009 the facade of the luxury boutique Cartier from the * Big Apple *. The great French jewelry brand is celebrating its 166th anniversary this year.

Once Upon A Dream, Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin, 2010

Felipe Ribon The expert in restful design decorated the bedroom for Marc's hotel in the city of Reims. This calm and ideal room is intended for guests of the champagne house Veuve Clicquot.

Tomorrow is another day, 2011

Véronique Huygues The designer from Charente-Maritime exhibited in 2011 a new kind of weather station ** at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in Paris. This time bubble combining design and technology provides a precise picture of the weather every day.

Electric, Paris 2013

Felipe Ribon The scientific creator created the new Parisian cultural platform in 2013. He imagined in a 1000m3 penthouse a forest enchanted with electric braids, suspended between heaven and earth.

Andrea, 2009

Véronique Huyghe is an unusual invention made in 2009 by Mathieu Lehanneur in collaboration with Professor David Edwards of Harvard University. This mineral work contains filtering plants absorbing the undesirable effects of air polluted by the profusion of manufactured objects. The objective

The ropes, Château Borely, Marseille 2013

Vincent Duault The extraordinary artist thought of the chandelier as a string of light passing through the ceiling. This enchanted light lets pure lines of light and glass shine through the sky of the Provencal castle.

The House of Swiss Chocolate Curdle, 2012

Vincent Duault The former director of the Superior School of Art and Design of Saint-Etienne signs the first factory of the legendary Swiss chocolate maker * Maison Cailler * in the heart of the Swiss mountains.