jeudi 17 mars 2011

101% Designed in Brussels "part 01" - Benoît Deneufbourg & Corentin Dombrecht

101% Designed in Brussels - Benoît Deneufbourg from tom tack on Vimeo.


After training as an architect and then as an interior architect, Benoît Deneufbourg (°1977) worked for two years with designer Xavier Lust before opening his own b.dnb design studio in 2004. He creates furniture and objects intended for large-scale production, as well as interior designs and installations. In his projects, he reinterprets classic functions by operating a simultaneous simplification of the aesthetic and the production technique. Showing an exceptional economy of means, his creations are marked by a formal unity and a sharp line. His clients include Interni Edition (BE), Macrolux (IT) and Vange (BE). Beside his cooperation with international companies, b.dnb design studio launched its own objects such as the 120° CoatHook and the Cross Out mirror.

101% Designed in Brussels - Corentin Dombrecht from tom tack on Vimeo.


In 2001 Corentin Dombrecht (°1975) graduated as industrial Designer at La Cambre (BE) with a golden DJ installation. It was a plea for new ergonomic practices and a statement around bad taste, an idea he likes to play with. He discovered the power of experiment in design: exploring its commercial aspects, sensing the borders of contemporary art and introducing show elements. Inspired by average people, as well as by luxury, nature and urban life, Corentin’s universe is very eclectic and more conceptual inspired than easy identifiable.

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