Sylvain Dubuisson is a French architect and a designer born in 1946 in Bordeaux. Son and grandson of architect, he was noted by the world of design in 1984 with his lamp "Beaucoup de bruit pour rien", then in 1990 with the project of creation of the office furniture of the Minister of Culture Jack Lang. Sylvain Dubuisson designs essentially unique pieces or limited series. He received the National Grand Prix of the Industrial design in 1990, the prize of the Creator of the Year in the Salon du Meuble 1994 and he went out prize-winner of the street lighting competition for the Ville de Paris in 1998. He was entrusted the design of the ciborium and the chalice used by Pope Jean-Paul II during World Youth Days in 1997 in Paris: "What interests me", he says, "it is create objects where material and spiritual balance each other".

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Fire rating
Lightfastness
Antistatique
Acoustic absorption
Impact noise reduction
Anti-slip
Comfort class 4
Carpet tile
Suitable for heated floors
Castor chair normal use
European class 23/32
A+
CE
HQE
LEED
TecSOM
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