A vase/flower pot devoted to a dancing plant by French designer Grégory Granados.
“As winner of the Grand Prix Design Parade 14, I am lucky to be hosted as a year-long resident of the Cirva. During this residency and in keeping with the history of the villa Noailles, I am focusing on making a vase/flower pot devoted to a dancing plant with leaves that move to the sound of music… I will be continuing my other research alongside this project, in a setting that allows for experimentation. Being intrigued by the present connection between the shaping of a given material and the sound it emits, I will attempt to investigate the acoustic properties of glass.”
Born in Normandy in 1991, Grégory Granados began his studies as a cabinetmaker, an instrument maker, and a carpenter. Now holding a DNSEP in object design and having long been an avid lover of dance and music, he is trying to create a dialogue between these practices.