Campus MaNa is a professional training center for creators,
in Burgundy on 40 hectares of nature

The Program

Learning objectives

If recycling is at the core of the work of the GGSV duo, Gaëlle Gabillet and Stéphane Villard, since the creation of their studio, they propose to teach it during this workshop dedicated to the aesthetics of recycling, addressing the industry’s challenges in the face of pollution.

By the end of the training, participants will have assimilated:

  • Understanding various recycling processes
  • Reflecting on different types of circular economy
  • Identifying existing and potential innovative anti-waste solutions
  • Designing and creating prototypes of harmonious objects and furniture.

Content of the program

Discover this two-week training course dedicated to “The aesthetics of recycling”, an experience combining theory and practice, economics and aesthetics, while placing the participant at the heart of the action.
During this exceptional experience, participants will explore in depth the contemporary issues of the industry, while looking into innovative solutions to respond to the major challenge of the 21st century: waste.
Guided by Gaëlle Gabillet and Stéphane Villard from Studio GGSV, this training will focus on acquiring knowledge related to the recycling process, while exploring new industrial intelligence and promoting synergies between different sectors. Participants will have the opportunity to analyze the actions of key industry players and explore the opportunities offered by the circular economies market, identifying reserves of raw materials, semi-finished products and in-process products. recycling. Several conferences, at the heart of the MaNa campus, will be organized around these themes.
This training will be above all a practical experience during which participants, working in teams, will design and produce prototypes of furniture and objects while integrating a new aesthetic dimension. They will benefit from the expertise of Studio GGSV and the knowledge of circular economy experts to create pieces that are both aesthetic and durable.

Monitoring

with Studio GGSV
Details

Gaëlle Gabillet and Stéphane Villard joined forces within Studio GGSV in 2011, after having collaborated on “{Objet} Trou Noir”, a manifesto project winning the 2011 VIA Carte blanche, which joined the permanent collection of the Center Pompidou in 2017 . Highly noted, their project responded to the principles of eco-design through the recovery of waste, the decomposition of manufactured products and the despecialization of objects.

Since then, they have developed a multidisciplinary practice, ranging from exhibition curating to object design, from scenography to interior architecture. The first French designers to collaborate with Gufram, they presented large-format rugs inspired by the disco years in Milan in 2018. The same year, for the 40th anniversary of the Center Pompidou, they imagined “Galerie Party”, a unique event for the Children’s Gallery.

In 2019, returning from their residence in the prestigious Villa Médicis, they signed with the architects h2o the redevelopment of the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris for which “ghost furniture” was imagined, which fades to leave their full place in the works.

In 2021, 19M entrusted them with the complete layout of “La Galerie”, for which they designed all the furniture, playing with different exceptional craftsmanship to innovate on finishes, shapes and materials.

Methods

  • Workshops equipped with professional machines, classrooms, multipurpose room
  • Supply of materials
  • Conferences
  • Educational distribution: 60% practical, 40% theoretical contributions
  • Active participation and experimentation of participants are favored
  • Raising awareness of the notions of recycling, reuse and upcycling
  • Raising awareness of the actions of key players in the circular economy industry and market
  • Introduction to identifying raw material deposits
  • Raising awareness of the qualification of deposits
  • Identify transformation potential based on the nature of the deposits
  • Ability to implement an aesthetic of transformation
  • Ability to create collectively

Evaluation follow-up and modalities

  • Individual and group interviews
  • Design file to be produced (framework provided)
  • End of training self-assessment
  • Collective restitution
  • Payroll sheet per half day
  • Certificate of completion issued by Campus MaNa

Duration and method of organization:

Target audience:
Creative professional
Prerequisites:
Cover letter (1500 characters maximum including spaces) and sending of a portfolio
Dates:
July 15 > 19, 2024
Duration:
5 days
Schedule:
9h-13h / 14h-18h
Organization:
at Campus MaNa
Group size:
10
Language(s) :
French
English
€2400 excluding tax
This rate includes the cost of the training, accommodation with full board, materials, and personal protective equipment.

Planning :

Soon available

Location :

Campus MaNa Domaine du Croisil, Le Croisil, 89350 Champignelles France

Accessibility :

For any disability situation, please contact us to consider the feasibility

Access period :

Up to 14 days before the workshop and with limited seats
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