Benjamin Graindorge is a French designer who graduated from ENSCI in 2006. His latest project, entitled: “Paysage domestique”, was supported by the VIA. Benjamin was also selected for two years in a row to exhibit at the Design Parade Festival where he won consecutively the Cinna and Audi Talents Awards in the Design category. After leaving for a short residency at the Villa Kujoyama in Kyoto, he returned to France to collaborate with François Bauchet, designing the scenario of the International Biennial of Design of Saint-Étienne 2010. In 2011, he exhibited in solo show for the first time At the YMER & MALTA gallery, where he presented five objects conceived around the thematic of dreams. Now a days, Benjamin Graindorge works at all scales of design: industrial design with Ligne Roset or Artuce, editing design for a company like Mustache and research design with the YMER&MALTA Gallery.