Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance is a multi-disciplinary designer with a creative aesthetic deeply rooted in nature. As a trained sculptor (he attended École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et des Métiers d’Art), he has defined a strong language that carries throughout his various projects – natural shapes with smooth and organic lines. He went on to study furniture design at Les Arts Décoratifs and then founded the creative studio Neonata, which functions as both a design think tank and a research laboratory. Noe’s furniture works are the definition of modern elegance and luxury.
His most recent works include the Sofa Sellier for Hermes that debuted at Salone del Mobile this year. He also recently completed an interiors project for Montblanc, redesigning their retail concept stores around the world to reflect the brand’s core values in an immersive retail experience.