Marlène Huet Designer

Marlène Huet Designer.

 

Marlène Huet is a fabulous young designer based in Paris France, Huet graduated from ESADSE – Cité du Design in 2012 and since then (even before then) she has had a fantastic experience with many of her works being published online and in print. What a great start!  Huet has a fab collection of design and creative work that is very unique and stylised, Huet thinks of her creations as telling a story, leaving a ‘trace sensory’ with the users.  As a young designer she has worked with a host of design practitioners which include Institut Paul Bocuse Lyon, Avancial Paris and TSI Design agency jewellery and high end cosmetics Paris.

C, Carotid Heart Candelabra
Granville Gallery: blown glass chandelier, winner 2010.
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Marlène Huet took advantage of the Granville Gallery Competition by entering her fantastic creation C=heart, carotid candelabrum and won! Huet’s inspiration came from her interest into colourful broken glass that has been naturally worn by time, from here she started experimenting with water colours and embracing the shape, light and reflections in the glass.  Candlesticks are traditionally designed in a slender pole shape, Huet wanted to contrast this slender traditional shape by pushing the objects form far from the traditional candle and in doing so she created an object that hints at the shape of the human heart with its arteries connecting to candles!  C=heart, carotid candelabrum was created by blown glass and allowing generous amounts of colour and shapes to create the final form.

Bi * mignardises collaboration between Huet and Brument.

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Like modern designers Marlène Huet collaborates with other creatives!  With this project Marlène Huet collbarated with François Brument to create this very interesting product.

The chewing, gnawing and munching de-stresser.

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Observing that a pen maybe related to working life, which maybe related to stress, which then may led to the constant chewing, gnawing and munching of the top of the pen Huet created this edible object that can be attached to the top of a pen.  Bi * mignardises is designed to provoke a fun way of distressing by intentionally creating a chewable tasty object conveniently placed at the top of the pen which is likely to be in the users hand at the time of stressing!  To create Bi * mignardises Huet and Brument employed digital modelling programs to produce 3D printed prototypes of the designs.

Scenario.

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Marlène Huet has more amazing work on her website which we strongly suggest you visit here!

 

 

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