Design – E.n.s.A.D. graduates Juliette Le Goff and Nicolas Verschaeve created Mirage, an easy to pack space divider composed of two batons held by gradient coloured textile strips inspired by sky hues. The design filters light and hides from visibility. By pulling a rod you can simply turn it open or closed and change the mood of the room.
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When not in use, it can be folded in a lightweight and easy-to-carry item. Available both suspended and self-supported, the design responds to millennials nomadic lifestyle. “Mirage is a soft-wall system conceived as a solution for shared spaces for co-working and co-living. Basically, you can change flat or workstation by bringing a piece of wall with you” Explains Nicolas Verschaeve to Archipanic.
“The project meets our generation temporary uses, and constantly evolving needs. The home can become an office while the workspace must allow personal intimacy.”
“We worked with 8 gradient sky colours to meet different inspirational moods.” From pale to saturated, light to dark, warm to cold, Mirage “offers people the possibility to chose how they want to influence their spaces and feelings.”
Mirage is now produced by the Great Design Gallery in Paris. The design received the label de l’Observeur du Design 2018, and has been exhibited at last Operae Design Fair in Turin, Italy.
Juliette Le Goff and Nicolas Verschaeve are both graduated from Ecole nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (E.n.s.A.D.) in Paris; Juliette from Textile & Material Design and Nicolas from Product Design. They recently launched their own studio called Inter Faces Studio.
Parisian Great Design Gallery focuses on emerging talents, chosen for their respective design thinking. Founded by Margherita Ratti, the gallery trusts in the combination of intuition, freedom and a creative approach.
All photos by ©Inter Faces studio.