Véronique Laskine is a French designer based between London and Paris.
This past year at the Royal College of Art has sharpened further her eye and her sensitivity to materials. She has unlocked new ways of approaching projects both in terms of communication and innovation, while being in perfect harmony with the surrounding environment.
Experimentation has been her guiding principle throughout this master's degree in Interior Design. It was with this mindset that she chose the ‘Matter platform’. 'Learn through making' took its full meaning in this development process. It led her to develop an appetite for playing with materials at their junctions to create interesting details, as well as for storytelling. She now understands the power of narrative in projects and has made it a central part of her work.
Before joining the Royal College of Art, Véronique studied Global design at Ecole Bleue in Paris. She developed a global and holistic approach to Design, studying graphic, product and interior design together. A methodology that helped her develop different ways of perceiving the world spatially.
These years resulted in two exhibitions:
- The "Songe" Table at the Paris Design Week 2022
- The “Gypsy dance” Wallpaper at Paris Déco Off 2019 in the Drouot Hotel