Dubois David

Designer and scenographer David Dubois graduated in 2003 from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle in Paris, where he lives and works. He chose to develop his efforts in the areas of design and fashion, alternating between research projects, commissions, collaborations and many his personal projects and pieces.
Since the launch of his own studio in 2005, he has worked for brands, manufacturers, museums and galleries, notably collaborating with Bless, Martin Szekely, Issey Miyake, Cristian Lacroix, Lalique, Kronenbourg, the Mudam, the Villa Noailles, the Louis Vuitton foundation and the Kadist Art Foundation. His work is edited by the MICA gallery, the Sémiose gallery, Minimasterpiece and the Galerie kreo in Paris, which represents him today.
 His objects are included in public and permanent collections including the Centre George Pompidou in Paris, FNAC (the French national fund for contemporary art), the Mudam, the Villa Noailles and the Grand-Hornu.