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Nguka Line




La collection Nguka est un hommage aux femmes sénégalaises pour leur beauté et leur élégance. Elle puise son inspiration dans la
photographie traditionnelle des années 50’s et 60’s laissée en héritage par de grands photographes Saint-Louisiens comme Salla
Casset ou encore Meissa Gaye. Nguka est conçue avec des couleurs patrimoniales telles que le bleu, le jaune ou l’or fin, 

Nguka collection is a tribute to Senegalaese women for their beauty and elegance. It draws its inspiration from the traditional 50's and 60's photography bequeathed by great photographers such as Salla Casset or Meissa Gaye. The collection is embellished with heirloom colors such as blue, yellow or fine gold.



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[See :krit] est une collection de bijoux en céramique inspirés par les "Fortune Cookies". Ces biscuits chinois de la chance, initialement inspirés par une recette traditionnelle japonaise, contiennent des messages à l'intérieur destinés à porter chance. Tels des biscuits, les bijoux de la collection [See :krit] incarnent notre voyage incertain à travers la vie. Au fil du temps, la vie semble se dévoiler peu à peu à nous. Chaque page de celle-ci nous révèle le secret de ses tours. La céramique met l'accent sur la fragilité de la vie, les formes pliées, combinées, les coups de pinceau noir, d’or et de platine sont le reflet de notre riche expérience tout au long de ce parcours qu'est la vie…
Collaboration avec Madeleine Bomboté, architecte d'intérieur

"Pounding Light"



         


                                

Terracotta chandeliers inspired by recurrent power cuts in Senegal, West Africa. These chandeliers could also be used as simple lamps, candleholders... 
Made in Dakar
Featured in Inhabitat

"Melt & Taste" for Chloe Chocolat



Product: "Melt & Taste" is a prototype for a tea set to enjoy tea and chocolate. The surprising set offers different scenario for chocolate. It could be melted in an organic shaped saucer that keeps tea warm at the same time. The whole combination add playfulness to the set. 
Client:  Chloe Chocolat

Prandial Pleasure




Inspired by food packaging, Prandial Pleasure is looking into food ingredients such as conservatives, our intake of food additives and eventually reaches the essence of food: pleasure, rituals, diversity. Therefore based on the tin can, Prandial Pleasure offers a playful range of tableware. The idea is to transform the can into several dishes that allow to eat and mix diverse food at the same time. Each piece can hold a different food and be easily movable from the cooking place to the service area. The whole idea is to facilitate usage and alleviate tableware. 

"Chocolat à la Carte" for Sir Hans Sloane of London





Products: tableware prototypes for truffles and exquisite pralines.
Client: Sir Hans Sloane of London 

A project for Chocolate Empire Ltd



This project is part of my final year at Central Saint-Martins. A research based project in collaboration with the Chocolate Empire Ltd, a company based in Brighton, England. The company has an ethical approach on chocolate provenance. They are specialised in wedding cakes. The brief was to design a plate for their chocolate tasting in food fairs, a chocolate box as a giftware for weddings.