French designer Ora-Ïto will be in Montréal on February 19 to present his latest at the Journée-conférences Grafika/Créativité Montréal dedicated to product design.
It will be a unique occasion to listen to this star of French design whose creations, some real, some not, have acquired worldwide recognition.
Ora-Ïto gained popularity at the end of the nineties by capturing the attention of big brands with 3D digital images. He then created virtual products like the Louis Vuitton backpack, the Apple laptop travel case and the Gucci villa designed in a "G" shape.
In 2002, his real aluminium Heineken beer bottle won him the best packaging award at the design Oscars.
He also designed the Flagship Toyota on the Champs Élysées, an entirely white, futuristic space made with Corian and LED lighting.
The young, 31-year-old designer also works for various Italian furniture producers, inclusing Cappellini, Boffi, Artemide and B&B Italia.
In order to attend this unique presentation, reserve your spot by clicking here.
Translation by Jennifer Edwards