Charlotte
Therre

Projects

COLLABORATION WITH MEC-ART

DESIGN FOR LUXURY AND CRAFTSMANSHIP

COLLABORATION WITH MEC-ART

Collaboration with Fiona Krüger

MECHANICAL MARVELS Craftsmanship in Movement: Celebrating Design and the Heritage of Switzerland’s Masters of Mechanical Art

Collaboration with La Prairie 2020

DESIGN FOR LUXURY AND CRAFTSMANSHIP

Collaboration with La Prairie 2020

Collaboration with Sabine Marcelis

As part of the partnership with ECAL, Swiss Luxury House  La Prairie  has collaborated with students of the Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury and Craftsmanship programme, under the creative leadership of  Sabine Marcelis , designer and winner of Wallpaper* Magazine’s 2020 Designer of the Year award.

Charlotte Therre – Coppia

DESIGN FOR LUXURY & CRAFTSMANSHIP

Charlotte Therre – Coppia

Diploma project by Charlotte Therre

Prix Manufacture De Bethune This project is a study of shapes inspired by the world of Swiss watchmaking and mechanical arts and, more particularly, the precision that certain machining techniques can achieve. The aesthetics of the pieces come directly from the research of explored compositions and the resulting assembly cut-outs. The four pairs of jewellery are designed to be worn separately and are worn intuitively and non-invasively. The production combines both companies and craftspeople specialised in the field of jewellery. therrecharlotte@gmail.com https://www.tiel.ch

Collaboration with SAMSUNG

DESIGN FOR LUXURY AND CRAFTSMANSHIP

Collaboration with SAMSUNG

Collaboration with Xavier Perrenoud, Erwan Bouroullec

Research project for the Mobile phones department at Samsung, South Korea. Collaboration led par Xavier Perrenoud, under the supervision of Erwan Bouroullec, and realized by MAS in Design for Luxury & Craftsmanship students. The result was a catalogue of ideas and inspirations for the brand's teams.

Events

"Mechanical Marvels" exhibition at Homo Faber,13.05.2022

"Mechanical Marvels" exhibition at Homo Faber,
13.05.2022

MECHANICAL MARVELS Craftsmanship in Movement: Celebrating Design and the Heritage of Switzerland’s Masters of Mechanical Art