Marseille Design Méditerranée
Julien Le Goff, Corentin Tavernier
Marseille Design Méditerranée is pleased to present a work resulting from the collaboration of a designer-architect and a craftsman on the occasion of the production and exhibition project L’objet d’une rencontre. During this event, those involved in design and craftsmanship were able to work together to develop original creations, borrowed from these two disciplines, which resonated with the collections of the Musée d’Histoire of Marseille where they were exhibited at the end of last year.
At the crossroads of architecture and design, Julien Le Goff practices interdisciplinarity. Passionate about the arts, techniques and nature, he uses the transversality of his experiences and skills to best respond to requests and experiment with new concepts.
After a CAP in cabinet making and a diploma in marquetry from the Boulle school, Corentin Tavernier tends to reinterpret the traditional profession of marquetry through modern motifs and supports inspired by contemporary painting, while adding to conventional techniques, digital equipment made by himself.
Julien Le Goff and Corentin Tavernier propose a strong scenographic concept around the reliquary, a piece of furniture generally dedicated to spirituality. The solids, voids, colours and materials give this furniture an architectural dimension around which the objects created by Julien Le Goff and Corentin Tavernier gravitate.
This exhibition is also the opportunity for Marseille Design Méditerranée to introduce its voluntary and active members, as well as all of its ever-growing number of design related activities.