Parure by Mathilde Bretillot and Pot by Patrick Nadeau | Sculpteo Blog

Parure by Mathilde Bretillot and Pot by Patrick Nadeau

Posted By Sculpteo on Apr 20, 2012 | 0 comments

Particule 14 collaborates with Sculpteo for the Milan Design Week. We presented you Cup by Normal Studio and Katiska Lamp by Fx Balléry. Today, we highlight the creations of Mathilde Bretillot and Patrick Nadeau.

Parure by Mathilde Bretillot

Parure hangs on a wall and acts as a hook and a shelf designed for holding things: dresses, scarfs, jewelry, small objects. This creation of Mathilde Bretillot uses Sculpteo 3D printing technologies which are great for complex and smooth shapes. Parure is exclusively available on the Sculpteo store of Particule 14.

Mathilde Bretillot is a designer, interior designer and scenographe playing with codes of elegance, detachment and nonconformism. She brings her sense of feminine dandyism to luxury and demanding brands such as Baccarat, Christofle, la Manufacture de Sèvres or En attendant les Barbares.


Pots by Patrick Nadeau

Pot is a creation of Patrick Nadeau using 3D printing technologies to reverse traditional uses of a flower or saucer pot. Playing with interior and exterior walls, Pot is actually a dual pot that let you dispose plants in an elegant and unique way.

Patrick Nadeau is architect and designer. His work integrates plants as an essential part of his creations. He works for brands such as Hermès, Kenzo, Louis Vuitton and spaces such as the city of Rennes in France or les Salines Royales d’Arc et Senans. He teaches design vegetal at Camondo School (Les Arts Décoratifs) in Paris.


Parure and Pot are presented for the first time this week at the Milan Design Week. The creations are available on the Sculpteo iPhone/iPad app and on Particule 14 store on Sculpteo.

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