Fanny Chavanne is a designer whose work lies at the crossroads between objects, interaction and urban design. She uses collaborative design processes to develop solutions that are innovative, scalable, and highly impact driven.
Her creations strive to offer a more reasoned design to question our relationship with materials and the more-than-human world. Currently, her research focuses on new ways people and communities can engage with their environments especially in the context of climate change and the urge to build more resilient societies.
Originally from France, she has lived most of her life abroad, particularly in west Africa.
MA/MSc Global Innovation Design - Royal College of Art and Imperial College London (2020-2022)
BA Object and spatial design - Esad de Reims
MANAA - ENSAAMA Olivier de Serres, Paris.
Relevant Experiences :
2022 - Research designer at DLX LAB U Tokyo (internship)
2021 - Service designer at LA RESERVE DES ARTS - working in the circular economy sector.
2019 - Colour designer at Jeanne Goutelle Atelier (internship)