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Extract from The Veldt by Ray Bradbury

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“George, I wish you’d look at the nursery.” “What’s wrong with it?” “I don’t know.” “Well, then.” (The Saturday Evening Post, 1950) “I just want you to look at it, is all, or call a psychologist in to look at it.” “What would a psychologist want with a nursery?” “You know very well what he’d want.” His wife paused in the middle of the kitchen and watched the stove busy humming to itself, making supper for four. “It’s just that the nursery is different now than it was.” “All right, let’s have a look.” They walked down the hall of their soundproofed Happylife Home, which had cost them thirty thousand dollars installed, this house which clothed and fed and rocked them to sleep and played and sang and was good to them. Their approach sensitized a switch somewhere and the nursery light flicked on when they came within ten feet of it. Similarly, behind them, in the halls, lights went on and off as they left them behind, with a soft automaticity. “Well,” said George Hadley. They stood on the thatched floor of the nursery. It was forty feet across by forty feet long and thirty feet high; it had cost half again as much as the rest of the house. “But nothing’s too good for our children,” George had said. The nursery was silent. It was empty as a jungle glade at hot high noon. The walls were blank and two dimensional. Now, as George and Lydia Hadley stood in the center of the room, the walls began to purr and recede into crystalline distance, it seemed, and presently an African veldt appeared, in three dimensions, on all sides, in color reproduced to the final pebble and bit of straw.


All the projects presented in this portfolio have deliberately been included in a brand universe. For each subject, I felt the need to supplement my answers with a code work or a brand DNA. Far from being free or fictitious, aware of the identity issues of labels, I tried to define very specific dedicated product universes. More than a reflex, this approach has become a real passion that I hope to perfect in the course of my professional career by collaborating with big houses or prestigious brands. Faure Pierre 31.12.1997 +33607726878

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fr.pierrefaure@gmail.com


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Product Design (BTS degree)

À Hauteur d’Homme, Montreal

Art & Design Foundation course

IAAD Transport Design, Torino

Ecole de Condé Créasud Bordeaux France 2016 to 2018

Ecole de Condé Créasud Bordeaux France 2015 to 2016

Baccalaureat in Economics and Social Sciences

with distinction (equivalent “A” levels) France 2014 to 2015

Intern, space and product design, developement and visualisation Summer 2017

English (score 940/9 TOEIC) Spanish (good worki knowledge)

Workshop, group challenge: design a new Mini electric car March 2017

Ability to work in a

Studio Levien, London

Adobe

Intern, product design, developement and visualisation Summer 2016

Town Hall Registry Office, Paris Summer Job, employee 2015 and 2017

Lectra, Cestas

Intern, observation (engineers and manufacturers) Summer 2014

Computing department Mayor Office, Paris Intern, observation (engineers) Summer 2013

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Languages

Sketching Ps Id Ai

Rhinoceros + Key

(average + 3D printin

Laser cutting/eng (leather, jean, wood TROTEC)

Google Sketchup Final Cut Pro


990

ing

a team

Creative Director

Creasud’s student office

Traveling

United States, Thaïland, Canada, England, Dominican Republic...

Robin Levien

Studio Levien available on request

Louis Philippe Pratte À Hauteur d'homme available on request

Photo / Film making (YouTube Channel)

Drawing / Painting

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ng Cura)

graving

Horse riding Running

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etc. on


75% of the sparrow population has been disappearing from Paris since 2003 because of urban renovation and thermal insulation. These birds need to find new habitats to lay their eggs during Spring time. This project is about protecting an endangered species while using ecomaterials.

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Nature et DĂŠcouverte is a French store chain which sells products related to well-being, fragrance, games and toys, science, hiking and outdoors accessories, astronomy and nature watching equipment, jewellery and books.


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Brand simulation


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Body (cork) Where the bird stays, what a lovely place! Cork is a good insulator: it keeps fresh air inside during summer and it also withstands the rain.

Partition (cork) To keep the bird away from the mecanism.

Sensor / Light On one side, a sensor faces the inside of the habitat through the partition hole. On the other side a light switch indicates if a bird is inside. The mechanism could be powered by a solar panel.

Security Lock (cork) To keep everything in place and to direct the light correctly. Front (cork) At the bottom of the piece, holes are made to let rain water flow. Dome (PMMA)

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To diffuse light and to close the birdhouse.


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Every hour, the internal sensor checks if a bird is inside. If it detects one, the rear light starts to shine like a heartbeat for a minute. The user receives a notification on his smartphone to let him know what is happening. He can also check local statistics about the evolution of the sparrow population.


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Design detail, holes to let the water flows from the edge of the birdhouse.


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The tote bag is becoming more and more popular. As they are cheap and robust, companies and other entities use them as a communication support. What if a high-end brand made their own tote? This conceptual project is about mixing animals to get a new kind of product. Based on two crocodile brands, the logos were mixed to celebrate a fictional collaboration.

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Lacoste is a French company specialized in high-end ready to wear for men and women. Crocs is an American company specialized in shoe making, famous for their classic clog.


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Brand simulation


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See you later, alligator.

See you later, alligator.

See you later, alligator.

See you later, alligator.

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See you later, alligator.


See you later, alligator.

See you later, alligator.

See you later, alligator.

See you later, alligator.

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See you later, alligator.


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Based on a black cotton tote bag covered by an engraved piece of leather.


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Model: ThimotĂŠe Pignoux @timpgx


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Jacques Helleu launched Chance with a first fragrance back in 2003. When he imagined the bottle, he drew a circle: the only shape that can co-exist in harmony with the square of No.5. Today Chance is a full range of cosmetics and fragrance divided in four colors. This project is about imagining a new way of representing a container based on a single flower vase design.

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Chanel S.A. is a french high fashion house that specializes in haute couture and ready-towear clothes, luxury goods, and fashion accessories.


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Brand simulation


A range of un

Patchouli ambrĂŠ, arbuste Ă baies roses, oranger,

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The original bottle. Designed by J. Helleu in 2003.


nic fragrances

, pamplemoussier, cognassier, cĂŠdratier et teck.

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Fragrance diffuser by capillary action Per fume climb the dryed wood and evaporates itself in the air.


Inspiration du monde du hasard, casino. «Take your chance». Notion de jeu.

Forme organique, rondeur inspirée par les agrumes.

Corrélation avec l’univers spatial, cosmique presque divin.

Inspiration des origines de CHANCE, féminité et préciosité

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Ins litté


Forme inspirée de la roulette, disque creusé au centre.

spiration jeu de dés, éralement «prendre sa chance»

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Jeu de dés, hasard total. Gestuelle, interaction avec l’objet.


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CHANEL BOUTIQUE BEAUTÉ . 52 AVENUE DES CHAMPS-ÉLYSÉES - 75008 PA


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A RIS . 4 0 R U E D ES FRA N CS B OURGEOIS - 750 0 3 PARIS . www.C HANEL.C OM


From Cherbourg in France to New York, the Transatlantic crossing is a real challenge for a sailor. During this lonely experience his only mate is his knife. More than a tool, this jewel represents freedom. This project is about designing a knife to celebrate the new (fictional) collaboration between Neptunia and Beneteau for the launch of their new Figaro sailboat.

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Beneteau is a historical boat maker from Croix-de-Vie in France. Their most performant sailboat is the Figaro which is popular for The Solitaire du Figaro annual race. Neptunia is a reputed knife maker from Thiers in France. Specialized in sailor knives, all their products are hand-made in their workshop.


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Brand simulation


Prise en main facile, épaisseur du manche et anti-grip

Collaboration Neptunia x Be pour le Figaro III

Fibre de carbone

Acier suédois inox 12C27

SYSTEME DE VEROUILLAGE DE LA LAME.

Caoutchouc

Fibre de carbone

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MECANISME TELESCOPIQUE

Caoutchouc


eneteau

Vue éclatée du modèle. Montage composé de 3 blocs centraux, la lame et deux axes de maintient

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Acier suédois inox 12C27


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N en relief, le Nord pointant à l’avant du couteau

Crantage creusé tout autour du produit

Proportions de hauteur en harmonie avec celles du Figaro III

PLA noir mat avec le relief du Nord ainsi que l’interieur de l’empreinte aux couleurs des foils et détails du bateau Figaro III Cloche en PMMA

Exposer son couteau, fierté, symbole de l’aventure.

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Ouverture coulissante, cloche à fermeture «clips»


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Serrated knife

Blade

Lock Cutter slot Handle

North symbol

Pedestal

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Hooking ring


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American fridges can store twice as much as regular ones. But is it really necessary ? In fact, they consume much more energy and promote wasted food by encouraging the consumer to buy more, when we already throw away 25kg of food per person/year. This project is about finding a way to encourage better consumption by eating fresh and local products and to avoid energy and food waste. Also, it is part of the new showroom of the brand. Project supervised by Louis-Philippe Pratte.

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À hauteur d’Homme is a proud and humble citizen-company. Based in Montreal, the firm promotes an ecoliving lifestyle through sustainable design and local wood.


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Container (metal) Micro-pierced at the bottom to let the water flow into the tray under it. Can contain food, dirt or sand to plant herbs.

Cutting Board (wood) Removable, used as the bread box lid. Flush with the counter.

Tray (metal) Contains the water from the herbs, wich maintains a good moisture level to conserve hydrophilic food.

Drawer (wood)

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Each drawer is subdivided to countain vegetables and fruits. One is dedicated to herbs drying.


The water coming from watering the herbs flows in the tray. Residual water keeps the moisture level high to keep food longer

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Tray drawer (wood)


Open kitchens often come with a counter. More than a cooking space, it is a meeting and a living place especially in the case of a showroom. For that reason stools have to be welcoming and complement the existing design. This project is about designing a counter stool for the new kitchen showroom in the old-Montreal. Project supervised by LouisPhilippe Pratte.

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À hauteur d’Homme is a proud and humble citizencompany. Based in Montreal, the firm promotes an ecoliving lifestyle through sustainable design and local wood.


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*showroom Espace Pépin Maison - Studio 2177


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rue Masson, Suite 404, MontrĂŠal, QC .H2H 1B1

www.hh.ca


The starting point of this work is the origins of the movement. The hypothesis that this project submits consists in the belief of the emergence of movement within the mind. It would be a physical gesture resulting from a psychic reaction. Fear is first felt then expressed through cries and tears ...

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The project was built around photographs and clips from movies. The final consists of a video gathering all this researches in an organized form.


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A selection of my favorite sketches from the sketchbooks I have accumulated during my three years of design studies. Marker, pencil, pen, Photoshop rough, watercolor, chalk, charcoal ... If you want to seen more or in full format, please feel free to ask.

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Photoshop hand-rendering based on a sketch from the e-Mini workshop in Torino.


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Paper pencil and chalk

Pen and marker

Gucci women handbag 70x50cm 2018

Rough rendering, 20min 21x29,7cm 2016


Charcoal and color pencil

Quick body sketching sketchbook format 2017

Brand + product, 40 min challenge 70x50cm 2017

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Ink-Pen


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