Romain Lagrange is a French designer graduated of a Master in Interaction Design at Gobelins School and a Master of Advanced Studies in Design and Luxury Industry at Ecal.

Thereafter, he established his office in Paris. Through his work, he targets the needs and responds with simplicity both in terms of production and its use.

He has developed research with prestigious houses like Baccarat, Christofle or Vista Alegre. He also intervenes at the Fine-Arts School of Paris and he shapes a personal landscape between research and production.

His work has been featured in the international press as well as in various exhibitions in Milan (It), Lausanne (Ch), Paris (Fr) or New York (Us).

SaloneSatellite 2014 (It)

Salone Internazionale del Mobile, Fiera Milano/Rho (8-13 April)

We are presenting 4 new products during this Milan design week and look forward to welcoming you on our stand until April, 13th.

To give you an overview, Apis is a vase in two parts developed with the support of MAV (Museum/workshop of Glass Art — Sars Poteries) and Olivier Juteau.

Jac is a folding screen without hinges and Lucem is a chair in which the back and seat are not connected. They were developed thanks to the know-how and support of ATCS.

And the last piece is an upgraded entrance mats, Locus, developed with Brenet.

If it’s unfortunately impossible for you to satisfy your curiosity by passing by, the pieces will be visible on the website after the fair.

You can find us here :
Salone del Mobile / SaloneSatellite
Fiera Milano / Rho
Hall 13-15 — Stand A17

8-13 April 2014
9:30 am to 6:30 pm

Feel free to contact us if you are interested.
All the best from Milan.

Lecture at uni Pierre de Ronsard (Fr)

EROA public program

Second workshop management at the Fine Arts school of Paris (ENSBA)

from drawing to volume

Design consultancy for Interparfums

Research and development for several luxury brand's licenses

Jury member at Ecoles de Condé (Fr)

final presentation in Master Global design

Jury member for Platform ArtDesign during ART PARIS in Grand Palais

supported by IDEAT Magazine

First workshop management at the Fine Arts school of Paris (ENSBA)

from drawing to volume

Arco at IMM Cologne (De)

international furnishing show

Arco developed with Palma

wooden chair

2013
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2 sets of Gates available at Anthropologie (Us)

Anguli

360° mirror

2012
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French representative at IWD (It)

Italian Workshop Design at Udine

Gates in an article of New York Times Style Magazine

by Eliza Brooke

On show at Wanted Design Nyc (Us)

international design event

Obice developed at Vista Alegre

crystal vase

2012
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Telha developed at Vista Alegre

collection of desk accessories in porcelain

2012
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IDPool residency in Vista Alegre (Pt)

porcelain and crystal manufacturer

Portrait in Surface 93

interview by Tim McKeough

‘A new French hope’ in Art4D 191

text by Sudaporn Jiranukornsakul

Selected in Wallpaper* Graduate Directory

Wallpaper* Magazine

Gates

indoor croquet game

2011
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Flat for Baccarat

a tray from the Harcourt glass

2011
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Practice for Nespresso

storage

2011
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Abracadabra for Christofle

magic wand in silver

2011
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Blow

spoon for bubbles

2010
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Or for Bernardaud

graphics on porcelain

2010
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