Add-App is a simple and fun way to discover new people! Connect with new people around you. Show yourself, get in touch with the locals and people of your hometown! Add-App works worldwide. You can use Add-App when traveling as a backpacker, student, expat or just on vacation and want to socialize. The objective is to propose a social / professional network of proximity which will allow its users to “all” share, which will encourage them to integrate and to create a new social and professional environment and which will strongly encourage the meeting between registered. We reverse the system and put the user in the center of the application! Continue reading Add-App

Visuospatial Disorder, Confusion

Here, it’s about a stimulating machine design causing visual and spatial confusion, unease, awkwardness and the loss of spatial notions ispired by a sensitive experience relating to space (The Holocaust, also referred to as the Shoah; Berlin).
Le Corbusier: “La construction c’est fait pour tenir et l’architecture pour émouvoir.” Continue reading Visuospatial Disorder, Confusion

Scenography : The Odyssey

This is a minimalist and symbolic scenography design for the Odyssey. The appearance is dreamlike. The whole decor is made by inspiring a minimalist concept while maintaining an aesthetic appearance in terms of colors. When reading the Odyssey, the logic of the tale was imposed, reflecting a discontinuous narration recounting the adventures of Ulysses since his departure from the Ilha for the Trojan War and his years of wandering before his return. Continue reading Scenography : The Odyssey

Photo Series: Pop Art in the Pool

This project, whose theme is the swimming pool, is the result of several stages created throughout the progress of the project. At first, the theme is taken into account by its three axes; The patterns in the pool, the objects in the pool and the body in the water. The chosen swimming pool in Paris was the Roger Le Gall swimming pool in the 12th that I frequent a lot. Secondly, by focusing on these three axes, it is a photographic presentation of this place and what we find in it, such as the architecture of the building, the materials used during the swimming training, the water patterns, pool tiles, walls and fragmentation of the body in the water. The photos are taken rather with a close-up by bringing as close as possible to show the details that we see not often. Then, objects with their bright colors and water patterns brought us to a concept that brings them together; “Pop Art in the Pool”. Continue reading Photo Series: Pop Art in the Pool

The Pop Art in the Pool

Images containing daily objects of the swimming pool or life of a swimmer, the color of the background of the images and the color of the objects brings us to this notion of “Pop Art in the pool”. The entire installation contains six graphically modified images from photographed objects and rephotographed photos that are printed on A2 beaded paper and hung on the wall in rows. On the one hand, when viewed from afar, she refers to Andy Warhol’s flat colors with her tiling pattern, at the same time, a little closer, to the collages of Richard Hamilton or Robert Rauschenberg in modernizing the process with graphic techniques, on the other hand she keeps the photographic part, adding to the photos an expressive graphic that can also refer to Rauschenberg and Roy Lichtenstein. Continue reading The Pop Art in the Pool