Gaspard Graulich sees himself as an explorer designer. Born on Reunion Island, he studied industrial design at ENSAAMA Olivier de Serres in Paris, conceptual at ESAD in Reims, then eco-design at the University of Science and Technology of Besançon.
But it is more particularly his wanderings in the African, Australian or North American deserts that form him, in connection with this deep connection to nature and the cultivated landscape on the island of his childhood. The one who from the age of 2 dismantled everything that passed between his hands is today a designer obsessed with the object, its meaning, its function, its raison d’être, its interactions, which he seeks to deconstruct to better update. It is with an intrinsic taste for the purity and the primitive function of things that Gaspard designs “essence” objects, the simplicity of which leads to questioning.
Through the object, Gaspard has been conducting in-depth research for several years on the interactions between man and matter, the origin of the object according to him, where ethnology, philosophy and technique, history and prehistory are mixed …