Ionna Vautrin

Ionna Vautrin is a french designer whose creations combine softness and precision of shapes for public and private spaces. From small to large scale, she designs everyday objects whose ambition is to be simple, obvious but surprising. Her work is a meeting between poetry and industry. Her projects marry geometric and organic shapes, a playful and colorful spirit, intuitive and functional uses, a warm and familiar presence. Graduated in industrial design in 2002, Ionna Vautrin successively worked for Camper in Spain, George J. Sowden in Italy, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec in France. She founded her studio in 2011 after winning the grand prize for creation from the City of Paris. Then she collaborated with various brands such as Foscarini, Mustache, Kvadrat, Sancal, Bosa, Lexon, Serralunga, SNCF, JCDecaux, Monoprix, Schneider Electric... The success of the Binic lamp edited by Foscarini in 2010 drew attention to her work. In 2017, at the request of the SNCF, she design the lamp installed in French high-speed trains. A domestic version is quickly developed in co-edition with Moustache, thus becoming the first object of a French train published for the general public. In June 2023, Ionna was entrusted with the creation of the chairs which will welcome visitors to Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral when it reopens in 2024.


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