Nijimi Cushions by Constance Guisset
by Ted Savage / September 12, 2013
Presenting vibrant clouds of colour, Nijimi Cushions by Constance Guisset for Petite Friture, explore the effect of "chromatic pigments fleeing on water," furthering a technique originally used on glass in Guisset's Francis Mirrors.


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Paris-based Guisset came to design via a ENSCI - Les Ateliers in Paris, a specialization in cultural management from Sciences-Po (Paris Institute of Political Studies), time spent in politics in Japan (including a stint as assistant to a Japanese MP in Tokyo), an MBA earned in India and France, and an early career in competitive handball.

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She was selected as Creator of the Year, Maison et Objets 2010.

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