Frédéric Saulou is a prominent French contemporary designer, born in 1989, come from the prestigious French academy of Fine Arts.
He founded his workshop in 2013, and sees design as a space for research and exchange that allows him to develop a sensitive approach to forms and materials.
Experimentation and research take precedence over his work in order to think of new materials.This accompanies his daily approach so that each project is conceived as a sculpture in its own right, between simplicity and technicality. His approach guides him towards a global approach but also unique in his creations, thus creating particular interactions between the user and the material.
In 2015, Frédéric explored the national post-industrial heritage of minerals, weaving strong economic and social links between know-how and industrial processes to create the “Domestiquer” project. Project which tends to enhance the territory and the (a)typical materials of the French architectural landscape as a symbol of history and heritage.