Fragment centerpiece by Frédéric Saulou

Fragment centerpiece is a handmade sculpture in alabaster stone and brass designed by Rennes, France  based designer Frédéric Saulou, Recently he has been selected among one of 100 French Designers that rise French Design around the world and received the French Design 100 award.

The objects were realized during design residency’s at Galerie Philia and Numero Venti in Florence. Follow the links to see earlier articles about Galerie Philia and Numero Venti. And find more work of Frédéric Saulou on the blog here:  Frédéric Saulou


Frédéric Saulou Design Studio

Frédéric Saulou Design Studio is an independent and multidisciplinary design and consulting agency that sees design as a space for research and exchange that allows them to develop a sensitive approach to forms and materials. Born in 1989, Frédéric Saulou, lives and works in Rennes, in France. Graduated in space and environmental design at the Institut Supérieur des Arts Appliqués (LISAA) in 2011 and in object design at the Ecole Européenne Supérieure des Beaux Arts de Rennes (EESAB) in 2013,

Frédéric will continue to perfect his experience within the Eric Gizard Associés agency and with the designer Frédéric Ruyant. Today Frédéric works on various projects, from objects to space, in series or limited editions and collaborates with prestigious institutions and brands such as the publishing houses Ligne Roset, Drugeot Manufacture, Brossier Saderne, Vista Alegre, Esprit Porcelaine Limoges, Galerie Philia, Galerie Room, Dymant, Haptein, Le Molitor, Suite 13, Dixjours, Savannah Bay Gallery.

Images courtesy Frédéric Saulou