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Paris-based designer Pauline Deltour isn’t afraid to walk the razor-sharp line between art and design. She has created designs for Lexon and Alessi, the latter of whom she met while working with Konstantin Grcic.

“When I was young, I wasn’t very aware of objects. Today, I’m so sensitive to them that I only keep a few of my own objects at home. I would hate to feel invaded by my own designs, but I enjoy being surrounded by the work of others, like Eileen Gray, Pierre Charpin and Maarten van Severen. I’m also addicted to books, to the point where I rarely allow myself to visit design museums because I nearly always leave the

  • Words:
    Alice Cavanagh
  • Photography:
    Noel Manalili

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  • Words:
    Alice Cavanagh
  • Photography:
    Noel Manalili
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