HEC Paris - Louis Denavaut
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Box de travail en bois Okoumé, design de Louis Denavaut inspiré par Donald Judd. Bibliothèque grande école HEC Paris Box de travail en bois Okoumé par Louis Denavaut inspiré par Donald Judd. Vue perspective couloir bibliothèque grande école HEC Paris Box / compartiment de travail en bois Okoumé, HEC Paris. Suspensions, éclairage industriel. Baie vitrée inox années 70 Box / compartiment de travail en bois Okoumé et table carrée design par Louis Denavaut. Vue jardin HEC Paris Box / compartiment de travail en bois Okoumé et table carrée design par Louis Denavaut et inspiré par Donald Judd Reflet ciel baie vitrée inox grande école HEC Paris. Light design années 70
Date

2019

Materials

Okoume plywood

About This Project

Minimalist furniture and Light design for the HEC business school in Paris.

Creations of living rooms, inspired by train cars, but also by Donald Judd’s furniture.

Their function is to offer quick interviews of students with their teachers or the administration, and to respect the privacy of their exchanges thanks to their high backs. High backs often practiced in the Middle Ages for privacy.