Didier’s creative furniture design and production practice has always been open to boundless manufacturing techniques, materials and ways of thinking. Studying both Industrial Design and Fine-Art Sculpture at RMIT, Didier always saw furniture design as the closest commercial connection to sculpture.
The studio experiments and makes prototypes by hand. Opening the door to explore different manufacturing techniques, including experimental industry skills, traditional production lines and complex 3D tooling. Didier then collaborates with a very wide range of other skilled craftspeople and factories to take the concept into reality.
The result is one of Australia’s most eclectic and exciting design studios with a 30 year oeuvre of work that continually blurs lines between sculptural aesthetics and designed function.