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2nd of July to 30th of September of 2018

Design Parade Toulon, 3rd International Design and Interior Design Festival

Toulon l'évêché, impasse Beaulieu

The Grotto Project by Kim Haddou and Florent Dufourcq from the studio Haddou-Dufourcq (2015 graduates) won the Grand Prix Design parade Toulon Van Cleef & Arpels. This duo offers an intimate approach to the home by designing an evolving reading room created through traditional techniques and materials from the shores of the Mediterranean. Bathed in a soft light filtered by large white net curtains, the room seems to open out beyond its limits thanks to two half columns in a pale pink zellige which reflects in mirrored partition. The effect of perspective is accentuated by the broad yellow and white stripes on the ceiling. On the floor, covered with large terracotta tiles, are placed elements of furniture with clean lines: a wooden chair and a crude stone lamp sculpted by an artist from the South of France. The masterpiece in this living room is the evolving bookshelf, which the owner s invited to hollow out in a long wall, facing a mirror wall… Perfect symmetry, the room opens up and flies off, just like our imagination.

The Grand Prix Architecture intérieure – Design parade Toulon – Van Cleef & Arpels comprises:

  • A 5 000 euros grant
  • A personal exhibition in Toulon during the summer of 2019, in the context of the Festival Design parade
  • The possibility of having a 5 000 grant offered by Blackbody for a collaboration with Blackbody with at a client of the winners
  • The possibility to collaborate with the Nouveau Musée national de Monaco for the realization and adaptation of the project in competition
  • A book gifted by Phaidon
  • The possibility to collaborate with le Liberté, scène nationale de Toulon for the reconfiguration of its reception area. 

Design parade Toulon, interior architecture

Exhibition until the 30th of September, Toulon l’évêche, impasse Beaulieu

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Alumni Exhibition

17 April 2018 - 22 April 2018

Milan 2018 : Three Camondians on Satellite with the Via

Salone Satellite on Salone del Mobile from 17 April to 22 April 2018 - Fiera Milano Rho, pavilion 13/15, stand S14.

Milan 2018 Three Camondians on Satellite with the Via !

Orchestrated by the Via, sets designed by the French designer Sam Baron, selected by a jury of journalists, designers, editors and French furniture manufacturers: three Cambodians are presenting their original and responsible take on the trends in interior architecture and design. Alpenstock, a high mountain refuge by Quentin Paule remarked for its audacity, La Maison partagé by Billy Poitevin for its cultural openness and Kitchen Head by Quentin Biry for his sustainable innovation, will be representing the école Camondo  amongst 14 other projects from seven French schools.

– Via “Le French Design – Best French Schools Projects” at the Salone Satellite on the Salone del Mobile from April 17th to April 22nd 2018 – Fiera Milano Rho, pavilion 13/15, stand S14.

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Alumni Exhibition

28th of June – 30th of September 2018

Design Parade Toulon, 3rd International Design and Interior Design Festival

Toulon

Under the leadership of Pierre Yovanovitch, interior architecture and decoration will be given centre stage from the 28th of June to the 30th of September at the Design parade Toulon. In competition, amongst the ten space designers who will present their vision of a room in a Mediterranean villa, let us recognise the duo Kim Haddou/Florent Dufourcq and Laura Fournier, all three graduates from école Camondo from the class of 2015.

Design Parade Toulon, 3ème Festival International d’architecture d’intérieur – villanoaillles-hyeres.com

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02/03/2018

Ecole Camondo information sessions, view the dates and sign up

Sign up online here

 

  • Ecole Camondo, 266 Boulevard Raspail, 75014 Paris – Tel: +33 (0) 1 43 35 44 28

 

Information mornings and evenings on the five-year interior architect – object designer course, diploma recognized by the state and certified by the RNCP (national repertory of professional certification) level.
The Foundation Course prepares students for the competitive entrance exams to fine art and applied arts schools – Meet the Director, the Directors of Studies and the academic team. Visit, screening, exhibition.

 

  • March 22 from 7pm to 8.30pm
  • March 24 from 7pm to 8.30pm
  • March 5 from 7pm to 8.30pm
  • March 7 from 10am to 1pm
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camondo community

12/02/2018

Studio Brichet Ziegler Grand Prix of the Ville de Paris in design

Teachers at the school, Caroline Ziegler and Pierre Brichet from the studio BrichetZiegler received on January 25th of 2018 the Grand Prix de la Création of the Ville de Paris, with the mention “confirmed designers”.

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exhibition

16/11/2017

Floors in all their states with Tarkett

Atelier Tarkett, 43 rue de Saintonge 75003 Paris.

From 24 November Tarkett invites you to discover “Le Sol dans tous ses états” (Floors in all their states), the fruit of an educational project conducted in January 2017 with fourth-year Ecole Camondo students Pauline Viault, Mathilde Leonetti, Julie Cocatrix, Charlotte Dubreuil-Chambardel, Morgane Gaucher, Sophia Goigoux-Becker under the direction of Bernard Moise.

The exhibition “Le Sol dans tous ses états” (Floors in all their states), organised in the second half of 2017 with the company Tarkett by Bernard Moise and 4th year Ecole Camondo students, invites visitors to discover an immersive and sensory scenography around the material.
The exhibition at the Atelier Tarkett is open from 24 November 2017.
Atelier Tarkett, 43 rue de Saintonge 75003 Paris.

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Communauté Camondo

Tiss-tiss receives the Prix Liliane Bettencourt pour l’intelligence de la main-Dialogues 2017

Challenge overcome by the founder David de Gourcuff and the duo of designers Aki and Arnaud Cooren (studi A+ACooren), the « Tiss-Tiss » armchair, which needed several months of close collaboration, is rewarded by the Prix Liliane Bettencourt pour l’intelligence de la main-Dialogues 2017. The school shares in teacher and designer Aki Cooren’s joy. 

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Academic partnership

14/11/2017

Academic partnership between the Head (Geneva) and the Ecole Camondo

René-Jacque Mayer and Jean-Pierre Greff have signed an educational agreement between the Ecole Camondo and the Head in Geneva (University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland, HES-SO) to form a permanent collaboration between the study programs: a Master in interior architecture. Each year, students from both schools will meet for joint workshops, alternately in Geneva and Paris.

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lecture at the school

07/11/2017

Encounter with Gaëlle Gabillet and Stéphane Villard from GGSV studio

école Camondo, 266 bld Raspail 75014 Paris

For its monthly encounter, My Camondo Pro, the School invites Gaëlle Gabillet and Stéphane Villard from the GGSV studio for a conference entitled “Ars Memoriae, an architecture for thought”. Scenography can be considered as the art of arranging things in space. The arrangement of objects, images or texts in a place refers to a practice used since antiquity to promote the exercise of memory.

Known as the “method of places” the process consisted of choosing a place, for example a church, that one visited several times, always in the same direction, in order to forge little by little a very precise memory of it. Once the building was memorized, one could mentally deposit images, thoughts, and knowledge by associating them with particular architectural points. Thus, everyone could easily recall this knowledge by virtually browsing the building. The purpose of this practice was to order a large number of ideas in the mind, so that they would be easily available and easily manipulated for dialectic, discussion, reasoning, and questioning. Scenography is a form of Ars Memoriae where the space provides the visitors’ thinking with a mental structure that allows them to differentiate the themes, and to order the objects by facilitating memorization, thus, at a later date, facilitating reflection.

 

Studio GGSV was founded in 2011 by Gaëlle Gabillet and Stéphane Villard. Their association produces an atypical approach that ranges from exhibition curating to research design, from objects to interior architecture.  They were awarded the Carte Blanche VIA 2011 with the Objet Trou Noir project, rewarded for its use of dark matter from final waste and the re-reading of household appliances, revitalising the arts of the table and decorative arts around the notion of decluttering. Objet Trou Noir is today part of the permanent collections at the Pompidou Center. Gaëlle Gabillet and Stéphane Villard designed the interior architecture of the theatre of La Commune, Aubervilliers’ national dramatic arts centre, and in 2016 were awarded the contract for the interior redevelopment of the Musée d’Art Moderne of the City of Paris in conjunction with H20 architects. As curators of the exhibition, they creat “Form follows information” at the Biennale Internationale design Saint-Etienne in 2015, Zones de confort” (Comfort zones) at the Gallery Poirel in Nancy in 2016 and on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Centre Pompidou this year, Gallery Party The exhibition-workshop in progress at the Children’s Gallery.

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workshop abroad

15 September 2017

Montreux Jazz Héritage Lab Ecole Camondo and EPFL+ECAL Lab

From  September 6 to 15, 2017 twelve 4th year Camondiens traveled to Lausanne for a workshop organized with EPFL+ECAL Lab, led by Nicolas Henchoz. The Montreux Jazz Heritage Lab program of research and exploration began in 2009 at the EPFL+ECAL Lab. Its mission is to explore digitized audiovisual archives, in particular concert recordings. It is based on the Montreux Jazz Festival archives, the largest audiovisual archives of blues, jazz and rock concerts in the world, registered in the UNESCO Memory of the World Register. Under the direction of Margaret Iragui (Ecole Camondo), the students worked on the following questions:

· How to inhabit an immersive space intended for audiovisual archives?
· How to strengthen the perception of the contents displayed by proposing a means of occupying the space?
· How to strengthen social interactions within and around the space?
· What devices can contribute to achieving these objectives?

The students were able to carry out exploration and prototyping work using the means at their disposal.

Find the works in the projects gallery

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2nd of July to 30th of September of 2018

Design Parade Toulon, 3rd International Design and Interior Design Festival

Toulon l'évêché, impasse Beaulieu

The Grotto Project by Kim Haddou and Florent Dufourcq from the studio Haddou-Dufourcq (2015 graduates) won the Grand Prix Design parade Toulon Van Cleef & Arpels. This duo offers an intimate approach to the home by designing an evolving reading room created through traditional techniques and materials from the shores of the Mediterranean. Bathed in a soft light filtered by large white net curtains, the room seems to open out beyond its limits thanks to two half columns in a pale pink zellige which reflects in mirrored partition. The effect of perspective is accentuated by the broad yellow and white stripes on the ceiling. On the floor, covered with large terracotta tiles, are placed elements of furniture with clean lines: a wooden chair and a crude stone lamp sculpted by an artist from the South of France. The masterpiece in this living room is the evolving bookshelf, which the owner s invited to hollow out in a long wall, facing a mirror wall… Perfect symmetry, the room opens up and flies off, just like our imagination.

The Grand Prix Architecture intérieure – Design parade Toulon – Van Cleef & Arpels comprises:

  • A 5 000 euros grant
  • A personal exhibition in Toulon during the summer of 2019, in the context of the Festival Design parade
  • The possibility of having a 5 000 grant offered by Blackbody for a collaboration with Blackbody with at a client of the winners
  • The possibility to collaborate with the Nouveau Musée national de Monaco for the realization and adaptation of the project in competition
  • A book gifted by Phaidon
  • The possibility to collaborate with le Liberté, scène nationale de Toulon for the reconfiguration of its reception area. 

Design parade Toulon, interior architecture

Exhibition until the 30th of September, Toulon l’évêche, impasse Beaulieu

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Alumni Exhibition

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17 April 2018 - 22 April 2018

Milan 2018 : Three Camondians on Satellite with the Via

Salone Satellite on Salone del Mobile from 17 April to 22 April 2018 - Fiera Milano Rho, pavilion 13/15, stand S14.

Milan 2018 Three Camondians on Satellite with the Via !

Orchestrated by the Via, sets designed by the French designer Sam Baron, selected by a jury of journalists, designers, editors and French furniture manufacturers: three Cambodians are presenting their original and responsible take on the trends in interior architecture and design. Alpenstock, a high mountain refuge by Quentin Paule remarked for its audacity, La Maison partagé by Billy Poitevin for its cultural openness and Kitchen Head by Quentin Biry for his sustainable innovation, will be representing the école Camondo  amongst 14 other projects from seven French schools.

– Via “Le French Design – Best French Schools Projects” at the Salone Satellite on the Salone del Mobile from April 17th to April 22nd 2018 – Fiera Milano Rho, pavilion 13/15, stand S14.

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Camondo Masterclass

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12 April 2018 - 9:00 pm

Junya Ishigami Masterclass, Freeing Architecture

Ecole spéciale d'architecture 254 - 266 Bd Raspail 75014 Paris

Come Thursday the 12th of April at 7pm, at the Ecole spéciale d’architecture, for the exhibit “Freeing Architecture”, presented by the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain. In partnership with the Ecole Camondo, interior architecture and design.

A major figure of the young Japanese architecture scene, Junya Ishigami is considered one of the most talented architects of his generation. His presence in Paris is an amazing opportunity to hear him discuss his conceptual and poetic vision of architecture.

7 – 8 pm: masterclass by Junya Ishigami
254-266, bd Raspail 75014 Paris.

Access to the master class in the amphitheatre (limited number of seats available, online box office only) or to its video broadcast in the hall (free entrance within the limit of available seats). Doors open at 6:30 pm. No attributed seats. Simultaneous translation in French.

8-9:30 pm: visit of the exhibit “Freeing Architecture” in the presence of the architect, at the Fondation Cartier upon presentation of your ticket to the master class or the exhibit.

– Exhibit from the 30th of March to the 10th of June 2018 – Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain 261, boulevard Raspail 75014 Paris.

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