Swiss designer Julie Richoz (1990) lives and works in Paris. She began working for Pierre Charpin as a project assistant after earning her degree at the Ecole Cantonale d’Art de Lausanne (ECAL).
She established her design firm in Paris in 2012. Her work shows how she enjoys, is curious about, and has a sensibility to create her own language using objects.
The “Grand Prix” of the Design Parade 2012 at the Villa Noailles has been awarded to Richoz. She served as a designer-in-residence at CIRVA, the international research center for arts and glass in Marseille, and at Sèvres, Cite de la Céramique. She had the opportunity to investigate the components and the savoir-faire involved here.
She was given a Swiss Design Award in 2015, the top national design competition held yearly by the Federal Office of Culture (FOC).
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