In different periods of life, different problems care us. What are worried about and answers to what questions are looking for today by the famous designers, the participants of the Pool of Pool from Paris LEA Padovani and Sebastien Kieffer and Ronen Kadushin from Berlin told us.
Designers Lea Padovani & Sebastien Kieffer
Lea Padovani was born in France in 1981 in an Iranian Italian family, Sebastian Kifffer in 1982. Both received a diploma with a degree in interior and furniture design in 2004. The meeting of designers took place two years later, in 2006, then the idea arose of cooperation. It was embodied in 2010 in the creation of the Pool studio, the study of communication and associations existing between objects, architecture and visual images. In 2011, Pool first put up their work in France, and in 2012 they became participants in the Milan Design Week. Their very last achievement is participation in the Interieur exhibition in the Belgian court.
The best, of course, of course ahead
Designers take a position between the manufacturer and the end consumer, so we are concerned about the requests and needs of both one and others. The main problem of the design itself is that the more it depends on the trends, the more disposable it becomes. There are many meaningless things that carry nothing but beauty. The design should be functional. The main questions that we try to answer ourselves before taking on the project: “To whom it is addressed?”,” What is its meaning now?”,” What will he mean tomorrow?””. The design is obliged to ask questions and solve problems. He must question our habits and needs.
Among our projects there is no one that has the greatest value for us, all of them are part of the story of Pool. The most significant is always the following! I consider it important people in our lives, of course, our families and some friends. As for the profession, we are very attentive to the advice and comments of Cedric Morisset (Cedric Morisset – curator of the exhibition of young French designers Nouvelle Vague).
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