Quentin Vuong

Born and lives in France

Quentin Vuong is a designer-scenographer whose aesthetic approach seeks to compose with matter, texture and form in order to create emotions. He uses pure, raw and even primitive forms, which he interprets and isolates thanks to a clever play on photographic composition and drawing. His sources of inspiration are ancient architecture, medieval fortifications or Venetian Gothic and the natural landscapes that surround them. From his experience acquired at the design department of La Fabrica in Treviso, he has retained the appeal of innovative scenographies dedicated to events marking the news of luxury brands, such as Veuve Clicquot during the Salone del Mobile in 2016. As of 2018, he puts his creative flair at the service of the production agency Back of the House. Together they conceive meticulous and radical design sets for Jil Sander, Oamc, Courrèges, Tom Brown and Acne studios. His experimental quest between noble materials and artisanal techniques is always at the center of his creations. Quentin Vuong produces delicate objects and custom-made furniture for his clients such as SĀR Studio, Please do not Enter, Ars Fabricandi or Haviland. Today, it is in his studio at Villa Belleville that he indulges himself the most by designing unique pieces, mirrors, armchairs or light reflectors. He infuses his design sensibility, his research on the expression of time in space through objects and his knowledge of materials. Quentin Vuong works and composes on a variety of projects, from scenography to fashion shows, fashion boutiques, furniture and gallery pieces.

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