Graduated from ENSCI-Les Ateliers, Amandine Chhor and Aïssa Logerot started to build their own careers by working five years for prestigious architecture and design agencies, and companies like Hermès. From 2009 to 2012, they have been collaborating on contemporary design projects using sustainable craft techniques in developing countries like Cambodia, Morocco and Cameroun.
The duo founded their own design studio in Paris in 2013 with the focus to create objects that have a story to tell and cultivate a perfect balance between function, form and techniques of production. Passionate for materials, crafts and industrial manufacturing processes, they draw products and furniture that valorize usefulness and the rigor of simplicity. Their precise, elegant and clean lines give their design its identity.
Mixing various collaborations and travel experiences, the studio likes to work on different scales of project, from small product to scenography concept.
PETITE FRITURE / LIGNE ROSET / HARTÔ / BOLIA / HABITAT / ENO STUDIO / DASRAS / KANN DESIGN / KYOTO CONTEMPORARY / KERING / MARCEL BY / OXYO / PNUD United Nations Development Program / EPA Ecole du Patrimoine Africain...
2016 - Prize « Rising Talent » by Maison&Objet Paris
2015 - Awarded Labels VIA for Trame chair edited by Petite Friture
2014 - Guest of honor at the Skopje Design Week, Macedonia
2012 - Winner of Cinna competition, Prize of the Public
2011 - Awarded Grand Prix of the competition Les Nouveaux Créateurs
2010 - Awarded Grand Prix de la Création de la ville de Paris
2010 - Winner of Cinna competition, second prize for Lamp Posh
2009 - Awarded Prize « Coup de Coeur » from La Ville de Paris for Sur Les Rivages project
2009 - Red Dot Award, design concept for Extensions project
2009 - Finalist of the Audi Talents Awards