Flora Langlois - Tide

The ‘stitch and glue’ technique is used in marine carpentry enabling the joining and shaping of flat surfaces. Transposing this construction approach to the scale of her own handcrafted work, F. Langlois experiments with an assemblage that combines mechanical quality with ornamental value.

 

The ‘stitch and glue’ technique is a traditional technique used in marine carpentry enabling the joining and shaping of flat surfaces. Transposing this construction approach to the scale of her own handcrafted work, Flora Langlois experiments with an assemblage that combines mechanical quality with ornamental value. The transfer of such research to the craft of jewellery, results in a three-dimensional collection in silver leaf with gold riveting. In allusion to the maritime world, Flora Langlois presents an ensemble of specimens washed ashore with the fluctuating tide…

Reference Flora Langlois - Marée
Edition 8 copies
Technique Argent 925 et or jaune 18 carats
Publication date 2015

Langlois (Flora)


Flora Langlois is an independent designer. She graduated from the ENSCI (french national school for advanced studies in design) in 2013. Research plays an important role in her work, with a particular interest in the aesthetic and technical interface which determines her exploratory approach. The maquette and fabrication are the ways in which she approaches object design. A special fondness or penchant for illustration complements and strengthens this approach.



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