Noè Duchaufour Lawrance
Born in 1975 in southern France, Noé Duchaufour Lawrance is a designer of objects and interior design. Following the footsteps of the sculptor father, he soon began to follow his artistic orientation. Raised in a creative atmosphere has quickly defined his language: use natural forms, to achieve soft and organic lines, which remain fluid and structured at the same time. Having a degree in metal sculpture, he attended the furniture section of the renowned Les Arts Décoratifs School. Thanks to a rich creative background, Noé Duchaufour Lawrance has explored new frontiers and quickly got involved in unusual projects: one after the other have allowed him to define and create their own aesthetics and style. In 2003 she founded her own creative studio, Baby Girl, which means "new birth". In 2007 he received the prestigious award for the design world, "Créateur de l'Année" by Maison & Objets. In the same year he designed the new interior of the Maya Bar in Monaco, has rejuvenated the famous Maison Sénéquier St. Tropez and created in partnership with Brand Image, the new visual and architectural identity of the waiting rooms of business class of Air France .