Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance


Born in Mende, France in 1975; Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance is a designer of both environments and objects. Raised in a creative environment, Noé started training in metal sculpture and then transitioned into the sphere of furniture design & art. Unique structure and timber frames of all angles defines his own language with the help of forms which are at once natural, flexible, organic, and fluid.

After multiple accomplishments since 2002, he was also elected 'Designer Of The Year' by the Maison & Objet show; that same year he was responsible for the interior decoration of the Maya Bar in Monaco, the Sénéquier in St Tropez and for the new corporate identity of the Air France lounges, in collaboration with Brand Image. 

Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance works on projects varying in size from the very smallest to those on the grandest scale. He has designed a collection of furniture for Ceccotti, a light for Baccarat, a perfume bottle for Paco Rabanne, the 'Dessous Chics' collection for Zanotta, and a hotel in Marrakech.

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