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Ionna Vautrin

As a graduate of the Nantes Atlantique Design School, Ionna Vautrin honed her skills with Camper in Spain and George J. Sowden in Italy before joining the studio of Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. Vautrins style is a fusion of poetic and industrial. The simple yet unique items she designs are published by Industreal ToolsGalerie, Foscarini, Moustache and Super-ette to name but a few. Her flagship model is Binic, a lamp named after the small Breton port. Vautrin opened her own studio in January 2011, after winning the Grand Prix design prize from the City of Paris. She was also one of the leading figures in the exhibition "La Nouvelle vague, le nouveau paysage domestique franais" at the 2012 Milan Furniture.