warren & laetitia
Warren & Laetitia are two passionate and exciting French designers. After both studying design, they created their studio in early 2019 and are now dedicated full-time to this project. Their workshop is located in the 20th arrondissement of Paris. Following their training, they turned to the design of everyday objects that are both practical and aesthetic.
Indeed, they initially start from everyday objects to which we rarely attribute several benefits on which they take a different look through three principles: modularity, the possibility of adjustment or adjustment and appropriation. Today, Warren & Laetitia offer various ingenious products such as their Double Top and Bottom candlesticks; candlesticks that can accommodate both a tealight candle and a candle depending on the position in which they are placed. They are available in a beautiful palette of vibrant colors such as pink, blue, yellow or even khaki.
Warren & Laetitia also design lamps and suspensions, always stylish and with bright color combinations. The Amanda table lamp, for example, has a clever feature which is to be able to vary its light intensity according to the orientation given to its integrated shutter.
Regarding their sources of inspiration, they remain very diverse and come mainly from their daily lives. Often, their ideas are born from simple things, which gives the two designers ideas for several uses for their products. Their style can be described as pop in the colors they use and modernist in the shapes they create.
As for production, Warren & Laetitia chose the 3D printer, which is now the specialty of their studio, somewhat by chance. After their sketches made with pencils or markers, the printers allow them to do tests and research with different materials. They are also a way to experiment with new forms. All their creativity is expressed through shapes optimized for 3D printing production. Combined with their know-how, this impression gives them great freedom.
Always in an eco-responsible approach, they have chosen to use only recyclable and recycled materials such as r-PETG (recycled polyethylene terephthalate glycol or more commonly said, recycled plastic bottles), r-PLA ( recycled packaging waste), as well as PLA (bioplastic obtained from corn starch).
Their method of manufacture is also what defines their work and allows them to produce their objects locally from French materials with the idea of bringing the place of production closer to customers and encouraging local consumption approaches that are naturally respectful of the environment. environment.