Marc Ange was born in the saint city of Rome under the terror of the Red Brigades, within a surrealistic and rootless family, divided between art, religion and madness.
He kept from his childhood the voluntary confusion between reality and irreality, guiding each of his creations.
He shares his taste for beauty and horror, perfection and error, harmony and accident.
Interior architect, designer, exhibition designer and lecturer, trained at the Ecole Boulle and the Ecole des Arts Decoratifs, Philippe Boisselier leaves the imprint of his minimalist mark.
Whether designing the interior or architecture of a large apartment, restaurant, hotel or a major trade show, he imposes a timeless and unostentatious style.
The apparent simplicity of his work conceals an obsession with detail, while the minimalist aesthetic he espouses is built on a rich foundation of references.
Perhaps, considering his upbringing divided between Alexandria and Buenos Aires, it can be seen as a means of attaining universality.
At piKs, the skills and influences of each person entwine, jostle and combine. In 2005, Christine Cordelette and Pierrick Taillard united for better and for life. Originating from a graphic arts culture, the designers pay as much attention to far-off cultures as to their own daily surroundings. By continually adapting their repertoire of shapes, they combine craft skills with industrial thought. Creative research distorts typical frameworks to reinvent the relationship between the user and the object. The whole is treated with elegance and simplicity.
Result: decompartmentalized design, as useful as it is artistic, where fun corresponds to function.