Did you always dream of this job?
Yes, every since I started studying design I've always been attracted to this world and have worked my way in this direction. I like using so many tools, from watercolors to the cement mixer.
Can you tell us about an exhibition or art event you particularly enjoyed this year?
An exhibition I probably wouldn't have chosen to go to but that surprised me was the one dedicated to Louis Vuitton at the Grand Palais. I discovered the chest in its infinite customizations, that turn it into a unique transportable furnishing. And through it a way of traveling or even a definition of traveling itself, which we are no longer familiar with.
What are your primary sources of inspiration?
The city, and all its details. I think it's an infinite universe from which to draw inspiration. There's everything: relationships between forms, colors, materials, transparencies, fullness and emptiness, masses, finishes, eras and people. That's why I enjoy walking around without a set destination. It's like my laboratory, with pieces that came out wrong, pieces that are unfinished, mistakes and chance results, fragments of materials.