Régnier collaborate with a new face of French design

28/03/2019

Every year, architecture and interior design professionals, draw inspiration from various unmissable events.  From Maison & Objet and Paris Design Week to the Toulon and Hyères Design Parades, these events allow us to discover the designers to follow.

 

Régnier develops new collections with renowned designers but is also committed to introduce future talents such as Louis Kagan, a young interior architect.

Designers focused on organic and comfort

The latest trend is a return to organic and raw materials such as wood which seek to improve daily life. Living and noble material embodying in the collective imagination this nature that we have to preserve, wood reflects comfort, solidity and elegance. Wood foster rightly an image of healthy, safe material that harmoniously dialogues with its environment.

Régnier recently started a partnership with Louis Kagan, trained at Penninghen, the Graphic Arts School, member of the Cumulus Network : the European Association of Universities and Schools of Art, Design and Media.  He chose to rely on the historical moulds catalogue of Régnier factory to reinvent new wooden seats, both design, comfortable and functional.

Talents which blend craft and new technologies

The goal of Régnier is to develop a unique set of skills that will better our products and the way we conduct our business, on both a societal and an environmental level.

Reconciling tradition and modernity, know-how and engineering is also the challenge for Régnier by developing 3D wooden pieces with Louis Kagan. 3D plywood provides solid, durable and indeformable three-dimensional shapes that open up a new field of design possibilities.




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