Bonsoir Paris is a creative French studio founded on a common taste for nonstandard conceptual projects like theses melting sculptures.
The studio pretends to shake usual borders, balancing between logic and absurdity, art and design. They like to play with gravity and bring together materials that don’t usually belong. Bonsoir Paris seeks to fade its disciplinary practices in order to challenge its creative limits.
This project called Duramen is a series of handmade wooden sculptures. Born of a simple impulse, the one to break with conventional ways of exhibiting, the designers and their team have imagined a series of frames so strongly mistreated that they have become unrecognizable.
Bonsoir Paris stimulates curiosity in the everyday, and makes the impossible seem logical. Working at the intersection of art, science, design and technology, the approach is defined by experimentation and cutting-edge innovation.
Combining original thinking with rigorous technical expertise, we work across spatial and object design, photography, filmmaking, live spectacles and consultancy – creating unexpected solutions that captivate the audiences of our progressive clients and partners.
Their wish is to break the properties of the compound, a form of compromise as minimal and it is efficient. They found a subtle twist while remaining faithful to a primitive form of revolt, without getting lost in vain styles effects.
Founded by creative directors Rémy Clémente and Morgan Maccari in 2010, the duo were joined by managing director and photographer Ben Sandler in 2012.
Today, the team includes senior designer Fanny Dora, product designer Jean-Baptiste Fastrez, as well as a strong network of architects, designers, programmers, creative technologists, engineers, and producers throughout Europe and abroad.
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