Mathieu Lehanneur

French designer Mathieu Lehanneur combines design, science, technology and art to create humanistic projects that achieve maximum welfare for the people using them. This unique approach has seen him design for global brands including Veuve Clicquot, Cartier and Poltrona Frau, as well as create projects for Saint Hilaire Church in Melle, a UNESCO world heritage site, Centre Pompidou and the multicultural space Café ArtScience in Boston, US. He has also designed exclusive, limited edition pieces for the Carpenters Workshop Gallery, and is currently Huawei’s Chief Designer. Caro Communications is working with Mathieu Lehanneur to promote his first urban lighting furniture collection, Clover, which encourages the public to ‘break and recharge’, as well as Les Cordes – a contemporary LED chandelier designed for the New Works exhibition at Carpenters Workshop Gallery in January 2016.

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Mathieu Lehanneur brings his Liquid Marble series to London

Award-winning French designer Mathieu Lehanneur has been commissioned by the London Design Festival to install a work from his Liquid…

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Café Mollien, Louvre Museum, Paris by Mathieu Lehanneur

“Standing on the landing of the monumental Mollien double staircase built in stone and bronze, with a labyrinth of the…

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Petite Loire – a Liquid Marble series installation by Mathieu Lehanneur for Domaine de Chaumont-sur-Loire Centre D’Arts et de Nature

The installation Petite Loire – one of the works of the series Liquid Marble – designed by French designer Mathieu…

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Mathieu Lehanneur debuts new designs in Paris

During Paris Design Week at the end of January, award-winning designer Mathieu Lehanneur presented two major projects, the first of…

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Mathieu Lehanneur in Paris: Les Cordes and Clover

Award-winning designer Mathieu Lehanneur will present two major projects in Paris: his lighting feature Les Cordes, originally created for the…

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