Studio Rémi Bouhaniche is a design studio based in Lyon, creating interiors, products, furniture and stage sets that offers customized services to its partners, gallerists, publishers, individuals, companies and institutes. +

We like to create innovative synergy based on ethical human relationships, in order to make products, furnitures and interiors more suitable to our needs and emotionally connected to our lives.
The expertise of the studio relies on a network of industries and local artisans and international architects and designers with expertise and fine quality. It is also in the overall management of projects, analysis tool through the definition of the concept to the project and quality control, we work with companies and institutes dimension international. The studio focuses on the quality of the project in its form and content but also in its human relations to respond accurately and unique to each application. "Ma démarche créative se définit par la recherche d'une simplicité sensible. Elle se caractérise par la mise en dialogue des savoir-faire humains et des cultures dans toutes leurs différences. Riche d'une expérience internationale partagée entre Inde et France, chacun de mes projets explore les notions d’accumulation, d’élégance et de narration. Ainsi, la vision que je partage met en avant un présent complexe sous lequel émerge une pensée nouvelle et intemporelle." -
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Studio Rémi Bouhaniche is a design studio based in Lyon, creating interiors, products, furniture and stage sets that offers customized services to its partners, gallerists, publishers, individuals, companies and institutes.
We like to create innovative synergy based on ethical human relationships, in order to make products, furnitures and interiors more suitable to our needs and emotionally connected to our lives.
The expertise of the studio relies on a network of industries and local artisans and international architects and designers with expertise and fine quality. It is also in the overall management of projects, analysis tool through the definition of the concept to the project and quality control, we work with companies and institutes dimension international. The studio focuses on the quality of the project in its form and content but also in its human relations to respond accurately and unique to each application. "Ma démarche créative se définit par la recherche d'une simplicité sensible. Elle se caractérise par la mise en dialogue des savoir-faire humains et des cultures dans toutes leurs différences. Riche d'une expérience internationale partagée entre Inde et France, chacun de mes projets explore les notions d’accumulation, d’élégance et de narration. Ainsi, la vision que je partage met en avant un présent complexe sous lequel émerge une pensée nouvelle et intemporelle."
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  • Sentiers

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    Sorry, this entry is only available in FR.

  • Sofa TOA CINNA / Ligne Roset A year and a half ago, in my office, I started spontaneously designing a form on the corner of an A4 sheet, an idea that was on my mind since a long time. Then, I took a piece of cloth and foam to make a model. I stitched together this product like an Origami in the form of a quilted trapeze, folded and held together with a few stitches.

    This soft, fluffy form which highlights the absence of all rigid materials, posed on a wooden structure affirms its humane aspect. Then, I proposed the sofa TOA to Groupe Ligne Roset. After about a year, while I was presenting my work at the exhibition HomeWork at Saint Etienne, Michel Roset came to see me, to share his enthusiasm regarding my research. The adventure actually started this day and we started a dialogue. I went to the head office of the company situated about an hour’s distance from Lyon, at Briod to work with their research department, their upholsterers, cabinet makers and talented engineers, probably the best in France in this sector. This was a long journey and a long collaboration. We developed several prototypes till finally deciding upon the best proportions and desired comfort.

    Our shared vision and dialogue was at the heart of the development of this sofa. Through TOA, I wanted to propose a timeless and universal form of comfort, furniture which would be profoundly connected to us, to our lives, our emotions and our dreams. This intuitive form materialise a nomadic, urban and timeless comfort. TOA incarnates the vision of a designer and that of a furniture editor in which audacity and sensitivity are virtues and where respect and passion forms a fertile ground for innovation.

  • IPB Chair Institut Paul Bocuse For this project we wanted to reintroduce elegance, lightness and fluidity into the universe of community living, which are often ignored at the expense of facilities which not very flexible and without any aesthetic valour. The IPB Chair is available in 11models based on only one constructive pattern.

    The finishing of the shells varies as per the context of usage- wood, textile and leather. At the same time our studio wanted to create a model of chair suitable for the industrial tools of the company Souvignet. Thus we developed a system of legs in aluminium tubes shaped by a 3D bender and lacquered. The crux of this system situated at the junction of the legs and the armrest of the chair, under the shell. An engraved and galvanised aluminium plate visually assembles the accumulation of the tubes. The accumulation of tubes is merged with a moulded, generous wooden shell. The entire construction enhances the craftsmanship of the art of sewing and a converging vision of the excellence of craft and the French industry.

    Photos : Xavier Courraud

  • Rythmes COCOTTE METAL The collection Rythmes takes root in the know-how of the sheet metal workshop of aluminum. Composed of low tables and sofa ends, this line of furniture is constructed on the principle of accumulation of vertical and horizontal planes made in Aluminium sheet of 3mm.

    The arrangement of the surfaces creates a cantilevers and an intersection of materials creating light folds. The surfaces unfold at a height to hide or reveal the objects placed on it. This furniture I has a rhythmic appeal in silence, with the complete and the empty, with the gradation of colours, creating a vocabulary of elementary forms full of elegance and finesse which reminds us of the necessary co-existence between the machine and the knowledge humane.

    Photos : Xavier Courraud

  • PADS SEIKO France In collaboration with SEIKO France, we created new display stands for PULSAR and Kenneth Cole watches in France. Since1and a half years, we have been involved in the conception of these innovative display structures which allows improved conditions of sale at the same time reinforcing the visual identity of SEIKO Group and its brands.

    In order to detach ourselves from the current temporary and massive display stands in the outlets, we concentrated on keeping a qualitative and exclusive approach towards the structures. These rigorous requirements are evident in the choice of materials, in their assembling, the lighting, in the finish and in the colour scheme used. By adhering to this method of work, we have been able to develop elegant, refined and light pieces of furniture for interiors.

    The collection PADS is made of 4 parts which are assembled by accumulation. The outer metallic structure which we named “Ecrin” is like the ‘skin’ of these pieces. It is the link between all the ‘organs’ of the display unit. The storage block in lacquered wood is fixed with the metal base. The glass block of 8mm thickness is sandwiched in between the wood and the metal frame. The illuminated shelves that we named ‘PADS’, provide an overhead uniform lighting over the watches. The ‘PADS’ are conceived with interior lights in which the logo is laser cut with backlights creating a discreet and efficient presentation of the brand.

    Through this work, we conceive a new model which is economic, aesthetically durable, adaptable and contemporary and which allows to strongly redefine the universe of the brand and its quality while proposing a new visual experience to the client.

    3D Image: Simon Naouri

  • Classique PH7394X1 PULSAR The collection ‘Instants’ enhances the brand Pulsar in its technicality and aesthetics. Created in the spirit of PXT512X , the ‘best seller’ of the brand, the collection is made for a woman who is timeless, classic and contemporary at the same time.
    Adapting itself to the rhythm of the life of the urban client, the different models accompany each moment of the day. The range of watches is divided into three categories – Classic leather, Classic stainless steel, Sport Titan and Premium copper. More than being simple watches, ‘Instants’ tells the story of know-how and symbolise the evolution of the brand in France.

    3D Image : Simon Naouri
  • Etirement – Edition 2013 Studio Rémi Bouhaniche I shaped “Etirement” on the principle of an organic body composed by a skin and a skeleton. In pulling a rod, the intensity of the light lowers down and rises up according to the distortion of a fabric membrane.

    In order to produce a flowing and expressive movement, I concentrated on the working of a very precise and harmonious gesture focused on one point. In this way, the lamp becomes a temporary shape which creates a poetic time from a daily action.

    Pictures: Arnaud Brouet / Zeste Production
  • AMMAMMA Granville Gallery Ammamma means ‘Grandmother’ in Malayalam. More than a simple object, Ammamma is a word, a smile, a loving glance. Thus it evokes moments gone and the moments that are yet to come. It is also a reminder of a progressively diminishing daily life in the major cities of India.

    The Katories, Chai cups and jugs in stainless steel are kitchen utensils often used and appreciated in India for their durability and their relatively low cost. Today, they are replaced by utensils in melamine or in ceramic. I chose each of these objects for their power of narration, particularly their form and their function. Each of them is a remembrance of a memory, a story which touched me. Hence, Ammamma is an accumulation of these superimposing moments and colours which recreates a language, a starting point of a new story.

    Photo: Arnaud Brouet

  • Trophy GL Events “This trophee is a fragment of our lands, a volume of wood gently sculpted and enhanced with an engraved brass sheet. Above all, it is an immaculate fuzion of elegance and the raw feel of the material. This is also memories of old oak and iron barrels, of gastronomic and generous meals accompanying the best wines of our french vineyards”.
    Photos : Zeste Production
  • Objects Embroidered ADERA How to introduce embroidery in the daily life through objects used in our homes? This is the question that we – me and Lucie Bourreau, posed to ourselves to work on an ambitious project concerning the age known manner of embroidering. Hence, this project is a dedication to time and material.

    The time to make, to think, to see, to contemplate, to use. Of terracotta and of hundreds of rolls of threads creating supports, covers, handles and landscapes. These light objects are embellished by textures and colours. They are the first step of a research that began six months ago in France and in India – Calcutta, New Delhi, Paris and Lyon. We channelized ourselves towards innovative research dealing with surfaces and volumes in order to create technical products- soft yet structured. These shapes are mainly containers but each piece explores a different function and vocabulary. The colour gradients applied, emphasises the contact zone between the user and the object..

    The Wooden Pond

    A landscape of branches is created by an accumulation of brown cotton threads wound together. The technique evolves from the horizontal support to vertical embroidery. An earthen bowl is the container of this embroidered, artificial nature which dresses the interior. A small wooden pond to be kept close to one.

    The Handle

    The object here explores tensioning of an embroidered surface applied on an earthen cylinder. The tensed projection on the earthen cylinder hence becomes a handle to hold, ideal and delicate to grasp the object.

    The Carpet

    Two reliefs embroidered on a surface, holds an earthen container that sits perfectly in between, supported by the forms. The zone of contact is emphasised by the yellow colour threads which emit a light reflection on the white volume of the earthen pot.

    The Cover

    Our aim here is to bring embroidery towards the conception of the technical complexes of the objects, such as fabrication of a cover. Here, the transmission of the threads on the cords helps to obtain a rigid surface around the border and flexibility towards its centre. The circle stretches towards one of the sites to create a flexible handle. The colour blue and its gradient towards grey create a functional dimension, marking the zone of the handle and the line of force.

    Project collaborator : Lucie Bourreau with the help of ADERA, Les écoles supérieures d’art de Rhône-Alpes

    Photos : Zeste Production

  • Bless You Granville Gallery With Bless you, here I present a primitive, massif form, an amphora of 40cm height and 22cm width created by accumulation of small statues of divinities in brass of different forms. Several hundreds of short stories are thus juxtaposed one next to another.

    The narrow opening on top, embraces the arm of the person while he places his secret at the base of the amphora and so the jar becomes an extension of the body and the soul. So, I imagine that this container is an essential carrier of a universal message, addressed in the form of a prayer, the last words of which are…Bless you.

  • Triomphe …We started designing these objects not presenting the functional objects. One table and one chair seemed to us the ideal support for our work. The table two meter long and one meter wide is constructed like architecture and is composed of the following components.

    Two shells in oak and wenge wood are moulded and two cross bars lined with the legs of the table assemble to create rigidity. The bottom conclave shape of the top has the same function of stiffening like that of a vault. Both the parts are moulded in vaccum on two matrixes. The two cross bars in oak wood, being the principal pieces of the table are subtly hidden in the folds which form the assembly of both the surfaces.

    The difficulty of this table in the study and the construction lies in the details of assembly, when we decide for example to leave a space between the top and the lower surfaces increasing the challenge that we had set, to lighten to the maximum the form at the same time maintaining the dimensions of a dining table. This space reveals each part which builds the object as if the table had decided to reveal the entire structure, whereas the finely cut legs of the table highlights all the more the moulded tray.

    The chair, on the other hand, inverts the process by inverting the process as element independent from the structure. Simply put, it offers a wide base for optimal comfort. Nevertheless, the object always maintains the same paradox, of massiveness and of lightness.

    By using high quality wood like oak, and the wenge, the objects that we have conceived together convey a strong traditional image tinged with innovation as much on the scale of details as with the global shape. It is as well with the technique of Jérôme Vigné as of our creativity that we could express ourselves without limitations. This project, a source of permanent dialogue between the design, the material and the craftsperson allowed us to look into briefly the possibilities of application of design in the field of arts and crafts.

    Collaborator : Amaury Poudray

    Photos : Loic Benoit

  • PAPA Julio Objet Design Under its apparent simplicity, the collection PAPA hides a real know-how of the Brosserie JULIO – fiber specialist with almost 100 years of experience. at Nantes. PAPA is a collection of fiber objects. Indeed, the company knew how to develop.

    Since 3 generations a technique and a quality of implementation top of the range which permits them to concentrate their production towards a very specific clientele.

    It is while applying this technical and historic dimension that we have developed the collection PAPA, as a response to the call of the company wishing to widen its range of products. Of this collaboration, were born a box and a stool, objects defying traditional usage of fibres. The range decomposes into various categories, synthetic or natural fibres on wooden support.

    Collaborator : Amaury Poudray

    Photos : Loic Benoit

  • Segment Editeur Petite Friture Segment speaks of the apparent technical know-how, of a material and of a form, a slice, born of the division of a segment of 1/5th of its length. The glittering treatment of the cut reveals the heart of the object, and with it, the sensitivity of a block.
    Collaborator : Amaury Poudray
  • Bastille L'Edito The concept of this bench can be summarised as an accumulation of slats of wood, more or less narrow, which creates the functionality of the piece. Without a nail or a screw, this bench owes its structure to the ingenious system of fitting.
    Collaborator : Amaury Poudray
  • Prelude The Gallery Rattan, being a natural material possesses the ability to be relatively flexible. Working on the weaving and in moderating its tension the object becomes malleable. After experimenting with the material properties, we developed flat rattan surfaces of different geometric structures with a removable metallic frame.

    Delivered flat to the customer, the user has to spray the rattan mats with water to make the material flexible, before placing it on the structure. The collection ‘Prelude’ consists of 7 items produced by The Gallery, Bruxelles – 4 furniture objects and 3 large baskets, in a limited edition of 20 pieces each. The rattan weaving is the work of the ‘vannerie’ sector of E.S.A.T. Gallieni in Villeurbanne in France, which, since 1911, has offered visually-impaired workers the opportunity to have a profession to support their autonomy and social integration.

    Collaborator : Amaury Poudray

  • Lisière Granville Gallery Lisiere, a table mirror, produced in an edition of 50 for Granville Gallery. It shows off the craft of mirror polishing, and that it can structure your desktop or liven up your table set. A 2mm sheet is folded in half either lengthwise or crosswise then polished to a mirror sheen on the outside, and lacquered with red paint on the inside.
    Project collaborator : Amaury Poudray
  • “Le Bar” Institut Paul Bocuse

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    Sorry, this entry is only available in FR.

  • Library Gérard Pelisson Institut Paul Bocuse Conception of a Library dedicated to studies, to thought and to reading, composed of a space for work on one side and for another side for relaxation, such were the requirements of the Director of Insitut Paul Bocuse, Hervé Fleury.

    With the objective of repositioning of the library to the centre of the school and to the centre of its interest, we wanted to create an exceptional space of inspiration for the students. The library Gérard Pélisson reflects the values of the Institut Paul Bocuse, underlining at the same time the excellence of know-how of the region Rhône-Alpes.

    Through this project we wanted to develop a language which is constructive, simple and respecting the know-how at the same time proposing a rational system of fabrication and of the setup of furniture, at times at the workshop and at times on site. To reach this level of excellence, we used two materials – wood and metal, hence fading the boundaries separating handicraft and industries.

    The shelf system is consituted of Oak veneered chip board, matt finish. All the panels were shaped, polished and worked upon in series. For assembling each module of shelves, 5 metallic elements are used as joints. This conception allows us to adapt the length of the shelf system to the space as desired. One suspended, folded metal sheet serves as a showcase for the magazines.

    This collection of 6 modules constitute of a system of extensible shelves in the space, hence allowing the dressing up of the walls or setting up a partition. The second option becomes a real architectural component of the space. Placed between the floor and the ceiling, this partition separates the lounge area from the study, becoming a wall and lightening the vertical weight of the ceiling. The edges of the wooden panels are smoothened by a massive wood molding , insuring durability and underlining the high-end nature of the project.

    The 4 and 6 seater tables are built with veneered oak wood panels which reduces the wear and tear of the edges. The foundation of the 4 seater table is screwed into the concrete floor. We split the tabletop into two structured planes in order to visually lighten the furniture and add a storage space. The inner division panels are lacquered in yellow to enhance the construction.

    In the centre of the table, we built yellow boxes containing electrical sockets. Closed with solid wood sliding panels of 5mm thickness, these boxes are like a reference to the ancient school pencil boxes. These boxes help in organising the computer cables discreetly hiding them inside. At times sensitive, at times rational and at time architectural, this evolutionary library counting at present 2500 books and magazines and with an ability to go up to 3500 is an answer to the problems of functionality and maintenance of a community space within this prestigious School of Management, Hotel business, Culinary arts and restaurants.

    The details of construction, the colours, the materials, the wish of articulating the know-how of a carpenter and the precision of the metallurgy in the same space, makes the space one real witness of intelligence, of excellence and selflessness of our craftsmen and our industries.

  • L’AGORA Village Des Créateurs L’Agora designs the space of reunion, of the market place of the city. Such is the identity that we wanted to give to the project. A space that is intelligent, evolutionary, and open, of life and of creative synergies. L’Agora of Village Des Créateurs is a space of meetings and of exchanges in perpetual movement.

    This space is a theatre staging the creatures and their ideas on a luminous screen.

    We thought of a strong architectural element, a double ceiling. Which is comprised of a first functional surface in black matt, structured with 10 rails on which the lights and the presentation accessories are suspended. A little below, the second sloping ceiling – areal and ethereal is designed with linear lighting. The intensity of this light structure can be reduced to create a uniform and soft lighting. The spot lights fixed on the rails of the ceiling allows for a precise and dynamic lighting. A mirror wall at the end of the boutique, give an illusion of a house designed with lights. It is the first house of an emerging ‘Village Des Créateurs’

    For the general atmosphere, we were inspired by the museum, galleries and the rawness of former industrial sites in which the space is kept neutral to enhance the works and to give maximum freedom of expression to the creators. So, we kept the walls white to maintain a neutral environment. The floor is considered like a platform, a wharf, a free and extensible space on which ‘smart boxes’ are arranged. Simple cubes in spruce wood, creates a landscape versatile and poetic which is a reminder of our waterway trade. As per the availability of the cubes (each 44 cm square), these elements of stage design allows possibilities to a diverse range of scenarios. Their presence reinforces the idea of a dynamic place where the flow of clothes and products can be re-arranged and the space is renovated periodically. The wooden panels of dimensions double or triple of the cube (88 or 132 cm), stocked at the end of the boutique and posed on the trestles transforms the space into a creative ‘think tank’.

    To reinforce the permeability of the architecture, we decided to remove all the unnecessary elements of the façade. The shop windows appear as big black frames, highlighting the richness of a changing composition, bright and warm, open and welcoming.

    From the road outside, we see the logo of Village Des Créateurs through the big opening designed with lights. To reinforce the visibility of the space, the size of the logo can be reduced on the façade to a smaller scale.

    Evolving, L’Agora transforms itself, always highlighting its contents. It implies itself in the cultural heritage in the present as much as in the future of the city of Lyon.

    Projet created in collaboration with Jérôme Michel, Architect
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  • Le Petit Carré Institut Paul Bocuse When I was asked to work on Signage of the kitchen garden meant for the students of Institut Paul Bocuse for a pedagogical project sponsored by the “Fondation Louis Bonduelle”, I immediately thought of a simple and playful composed of solid colours, graphics and geometric shapes.
    The signage is divided into four parts: 3 main panels introducing each category of plant cultivated in the garden;Plant Identification Tags made of 2mm metal sheets for each plant; a Map introducing the project and directional panels outside and inside the site. Each category is given a specific colour eg: Dark Brown for Vegetables, Green for the small fruit trees and Purple for aromatic plants. In order to bring all the categories under the same aesthetic language, I worked with only metal and wood. In this way, a collection of visuals and objects were designed to help the kids learn about the plants and to revitalize the green area in the heart of The Institut Paul Bocuse’s castle.
  • The Footbridge Institut Paul Bocuse The bridge that links the castle with the pedagogique building is arranged like an exhibition space honouring the founders of  The Institut Paul Bocuse – Paul Bocuse and Gérard Pélisson
    The bridge that links the castle with the pedagogique building is arranged like an exhibition space honouring the founders of  The Institut Paul Bocuse – Paul Bocuse and Gérard Pélisson

22.01.2016 – « MY DEAR » An Elegant and LIight side table – presented at Maison & Objet

Its creation is born out of a desire to combine the preciousness of the materiel : Marble, with a rigorous, honest, precise and timeless construction. Maison & Objet : 22 – 26 Janvier 2016, HALL N° 8 Stand CINNA: A15 / B16

15.10.2015 – A timeless Secret room

We designed a consumer experience space, “Secret room” for a famous Diamond jewellery brand in Mumbai, India. This secret room enhances the interaction between the clients and the furnitures, using digital interfaces to tell and create new stories, new jewelleries.

08.08.2015 – Armchair TOA honoured with the label VIA 2015

The armchair TOA edited by Group Roset is awarded the Label VIA 2015 amongst 33 other exemplary collaboration between designers and French producers.

The award ceremony will take place on September 5 at 07.30pm, galerie du VIA, 120 avenue Ledru Rollin – 75011 Paris

01.05.2015 – Furniture collection “Sentiers” at “la Maison de la Vigne et du Vin” based in Apremont, Savoie

As a part of ‘Pactes Scolaires’ financed by the ‘Conseil Général de Savoie’ I create a collection of furniture pieces questioning the contrast between the material and the immaterialness of wine, the solid and the liquid. Through the exhibition of la Maison de la Vigne et du Vin situated in Apremont, I will be working on a dialogue between two visually and physically contrasting materials: Granite and Glass. By staging the opacity of the stone with the coloured transparency of the glass, I propose a thought around the profession of a wine-grower, a know-how situated amongst roughness of elements, the finesse of tastes, the elegance and sincerity of materials. These pieces constructed of semi-products will question the problems of production of objects of our time period.

04.06.2015 – Opening of the restaurant Jumble – Design of a tool for professional et home users

In the context of an invitation for proposals by the « Laboratoire d’un art de vivre emblématique en Rhône Alpes » and the development of traditional skills, creativity and co-conception of a new way of consumption, our studio created a meal tray for a new concept of restaurants opening soon in Lyon. This object enhances the French enterprises through an elegant and light design. Project conceived in collaboration with Cité du Design,Club Chic, the Designer + community and the agency Peps Ergonomie.

27.02.2015 – Biennale Internationale de Design de Saint-Etienne – Presentation of the chair Panel

L’IRMACC in partnership with Designers+, L’École Supérieure d’Architecture de Saint Étienne et les Ateliers and Conservatoire de Meilleurs Ouvriers de France presents « L’Objet d’un dialogue#2 ». This event regroups twenty creations, fruits of collaborations between craftspersons and designers of the region of Rhône Alpes.

Exhibition « L’Objet d’un dialogue#2 » from 12th March to 12th April 2015 at L’IRMACC, 8 rue Barra, 42000 Saint-Etienne.
Opening: 13th March at 6pm

13.01.2015 – Unveiling TOA!

TOA symbolises a nomadic, urban and timeless comfort.

TOA materialises the vision of a designer and of a design editor, of which, audacity and sensitivity are virtues and where respect and passion form a fertile ground for innovation.

The sofa TOA will be presented at :

IMM Cologne from 19 to 25 January 2015 , Hall 11.3 — Stand O-020 P021, Ligne Roset.
Maison & Objets from 23 to 27 January 2015, Hall 8 — Stand D43 / F44, CINNA

02.01.2015 – PADS : Delivery of the first series of PADS display stands

Last December, we delivered the PADS pre-series of 15 display stands composed of 5 Pulsar columns, 4 Kenneth Cole columns, 3 Pulsar counters and 3 Kenneth Cole counters which were distributed at different French watch and jewellery boutiques.

To recall, our mission was to get away from the fleeting and massif, read disgraceful models of display units which are at present found in the boutiques. Thus, with this project, we have succeeded in keeping a qualitative and exclusive approach to this piece of furniture. Our demanding vision is reflected in our choice of materials, of their assembly, in lighting, the varnish and in the usage of colours. With this method of work we have been able to develop elegant, refined and light pieces of furniture for the interiors.

30.09.2014 – Le Bar… an exceptional place dedicated to learning

Our training bar, designed for classes, demonstrations and tastings, is a new laboratory space developed for full-time students and for professionals following continuing education courses. It facilitates knowledge of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and mixology.

This 50 m², developed in partnership with Lixir, features an 18-seat theater equipped with projection screens, and complements the Tasting Center, dedicated to the art of sommellerie.

“Le Bar”

29.10.2014 – Studio Rémi Bouhaniche innovates by redifining the universe of community living

Since over a year, the IPB collection of chairs commissioned by Institut Paul Bocuse is being developed with the company Souvignet. With the objective of bringing about a new vision for the community living chair, we wanted to combine the 3D bending of aluminium tubes and the craftsmanship of the traditional tapestry. Through this new collection of chaires, we redefined our community environment to be more sensitive, elegant, light and comfortable. The model of the chair will be presented on the 5th of December 2014 by the Club Chic.

Photos: Xavier Courraud

15.12.2013 – Watch Design for PULSAR, a brand of SEIKO GROUP.

The collection ‘Instants’ enhances the brand Pulsar in its technicality and aesthetics. Created in the spirit of PXT512X , the ‘best seller’ of the brand, the collection is made for a woman who is timeless, classic and contemporary at the same time. Adapting itself to the rhythm of the life of the urban client, the different models accompany each moment of the day. The range of watches is divided into three categories – Classic leather, Classic stainless steel, Sport Titan and Premium copper. More than being simple watches, ‘Instants’ tell the story of know-how and symbolise the evolution of the brand in France.

DESIGN TOUR 2013, from 16th of October to November 28th, 3013

For the exhibition ‘Homework , une école stéphanoise’, the side table ‘Rythme 2’ is presented in the nation touring Design Tour. This includes the cities of Bordeaux from October 16 to 20, Nantes from October 23 to 27, Lyon from November 6 to 10, Montpellier from November 13 to 17 and Marseille from November 22 to 28, 2013.

«Homework, une École Stéphanoise» / Exhibition from 11 October 2013 to 11 Mai 2014 / Opening 10 October 2013

This Exhibition poses a sensitive regard on the production of these professional designers and through this talented selection, showcases how the choice of design acts as the axis of bounce for the city and the creation of the city of the design known to create an environment favorable for the emergence of creators’ young generation. Trained in Saint-Etienne, this young generation wished to stay here to live and work. Curator: Eric Jourdan

09.08.2013 – Presentation of high table « AMMAMMA » at the Design Week 2013

Ammamma means « grandmother» in Malayalam. More than a simple object, Ammamma is a word, a smile, an attentive look. It is a memory of the moments passed and the moments about to come. It also transcends us to an everyday life which disappears gradually in the big cities of India. The Katories, Chai cups and jugs in Stainless Steel is kitchenware widely used and valued in India for their durability and low cost, today are replaced by utensils in Melamine or Ceramic. I choose each object for its narrative power, the peculiarity of its shape and its functionality. Each of them is a reminiscent of a memory, a story which touches me. Ammamma is thus this accumulation of moments that are stacked and colored to recreate a language, a starting point of a new story.

15.08.2013 – Development of a new collection of furniture « Rythmes »

For the development of this range of furniture edited by a Parisian brand of furniture, I worked on a concept of accumulation of sheet of aluminum of 3mm thickness. With 3 panels or more, I wanted to create rational objects constructed sensibly. These pieces of furniture are in rhythm with silence, with completeness and emptiness. The gradation of colors, the lines and the surfaces can be personalized as per individual preference of colors. The furniture Rythmes is a partition of colors which develops a vocabulary of elementary forms charged with elegance and finesse.

09.08.2013 – Presentation of the high table AMMAMMA at the Design Week 2013

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09.08.2013 – Development of the Library Gérard Pélisson for l’Institut Paul Bocuse

Development of the Library Gérard Pélisson for l’Institut Paul Bocuse – The space is structured in two zones, one for study and the other serves as a relaxed reading space. The project revolves around a principle of constructing shelf in Oak wood and metal panels which dresses the space. The space of the Library highlights the regional knowledge of the cabinetmaking and that of the metalwork of precision. Completion of the project is planned for the end of September 2013.

06.02.2013 – Presentation of « Objets brodés » at the Gallery Joyce, Paris from 12 to 20 February

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20.01.2013 – Trophies / Trophies designed for the Exhibition « Place des vins » which will be held during the « Salon Sirha » at Lyon from 26 January to 30 January 2013

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04.10.2012 – Indian Home Congress / I was addressing the participants on the subject of Innovation in Design on the 5th of October 2012 at New Delhi, India.

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15.08.2012 – La passerelle

The footbridge has been arranged like an exhibition space honouring the founders of The Institut Paul Bocuse – Mr. Paul Bocuse and Mr.Gérard Pélisson. The space displays the parallel stories of these two pioneers in a warm environment which will add an emotional dimension to this passage.

30.07.2013 – Movie “Objets brodés”

The film created with Zeste Production for the video and Delphine LeGallais for the background music, puts forward a vocabulary of colours, lines and volumes that cross, dance and superimposse to form a collection of coherent table objects.

16.07.2012 – “Croisements”

The gallery Roger Tator presents the Exhibition« Croisements », a setup of individual stories of Amaury Poudray and Rémi Bouhaniche showcasing their individual and collaborative creations. The coming together of the two designers shows two creative processes which cross each other to take the shape of USIN-e.

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