Graduated from French National School for Industrial Design in 2001, Mathieu Lehanneur opened in same year his own studio dedicated to industrial design and interior architecture.
Mathieu Lehanneur produces a design that catches the attention of prestigious clients internationally.
His studio works for clients like Cartier, Harvard University, Paco Rabanne, Poltrona Frau, Schneider Electric or Yohji Yamamoto.
Lehanneur is a creator of iconic objects with simply good and useful design by referring to history more than to design history.
He creates objects which are equally functional and magical, as well as both strange and friendly. Sometimes he collaborates with scientists and doctors to invent new ergonomics to breathe better, sleep better, love better; and live better.
This piece is a biomorph leather island with a soft inside that re-configures geometrically under pressure, all the better to give support to each part of the human body.
Mathieu has designed the first flagship store for the mythical Swiss chocolate maker Maison Cailler – the chocolate flagship The building is situated in Broc, in the middle of the Swiss mountains where the renowned chocolate is produced. This small building will welcome visitors to the manufacturer with a tasting destined to make your individual ‘chocolate personnalities’
The entrance to the carapac is sliced as radically as a piece of Gruyère, the other regional speciality. A set of 5 chocolate samples will reveal your preferences and your ‘chocolate personnalities’.
Designed for the Hôtel du Marc at Rheims, where guests of the Veuve Cliquot champagne house often suffering from jet lag stay, Once upon a dream is the ideal room for your sweet dreams.
This unit for slumber was designed using tried and tested data gathered in physiological studies for treating people who suffer from chronic insomnia. So it not only looks good but it feels good too! We wonder what will be the next creation.