as been able to build solid relationships with manufacturers and numerous clients.
After completing his design studies at ESDI, Patrick Norguet joined Louis Vuitton and the fashion world. These experiences allowed him to understand the identity of brands and how to highlight them. The design of Renault's event stands allowed him to refine and apply his synthesis skills to ephemeral architecture.
He quickly broadened his design palette and became interested in technological innovations in the field of furniture. In 2000, his Rainbow Chair, noticed and produced by Giulio Cappellini, gave him a visibility that quickly spread thanks to the international media. He then opened his workshop in Paris.
Italian companies immediately noticed his rigor and his total commitment to his projects. Passionate about industrial processes, he adapted his style to excellent craftsmanship, optimizing the efficiency of production methods. His first furniture collections for Bernhardt, Artifort, or the French companies Alki and Tolix have validated and established his presence in international trade shows. In 2010, the design of a McDonald's restaurant in France gradually led to a collaboration with McDonald's in the USA.
Patrick Norguet effortlessly masters all scales and lends his expertise to manufacturers and producers of objects, lamps and furniture, all while developing the new hotel concept of the Okko chain in France in 2014. He has become an iconic figure in French design.
Alias, Arflex, Artemide, Cassina, Emu, Ethimo, Glass Italia, Kristalia, Lea Ceramica, Pedrali, Glass Italia, de Padova, and Tacchini have been quick to recognize the talent and authority of Patrick Norguet who is fully involved in the production process and strives to create sustainable collections.
From the drawing board to industrial tools and communication, Patrick Norguet has demonstrated the place and responsibility of the designer as an agent of change in services and lifestyles.