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Feel Inspired by the Work and Career of Ramy FischlerFriday 31 January 2020
Having had a remarkable stage in his life after being nominated as the Designer of the Year in Maison et Objet 2018, Ramy Fischler is a Belgian designer who made a life and a career for himself in France. He’s the type of interior designer who always finds a whole new challenge in the creation of a new project, concept or part. CovetED is going to inspire you with some of his best work.
His design journey started after he graduated from the Ecole Nationale supérieure de création Industrielle ENSCI-Les Ateliers, and laureate of the Académie de France in Rome in 2010. After he joined the Villa Médicis he became more and more interested in the history of furniture and these objects’ association with power.
Whenever he’s taking on a whole new challenge, he finds in this an “opportunity to interfere into new territory, to observe it, to draw out the subject and its potential, and to establish a collective synergy”. Ramy Fischler is a player who bets on the combination of different ideas and areas of knowledge with which he can uncover and integrate techniques into a whole new process.
Among one of his most recent projects, we can point to the Eiffel Tower brewery, which he handled in cooperation with Encore Heureux Architects. In essence, it consisted of the design of a couple of new spaces for The National Café Restaurant within the National Gallery.
Twitter Paris is also one of the most recent and modern concepts of Ramy Fischler. The Belgian designer had the office of Twitter had a luxury treatment in regards to the decor, not only bearing the logo in more than one small corner but also exhibiting a perfect example of one of the most modern office concepts ever.
Lastly, as one of his most unusual project, we present you with the community kitchen at Foyer de la Madeleine. For the interior concept of this space, Ramy Fischler added some cloud effects as decoration, which forms a stunning effect matching the arched ceiling.
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