Ronan y Erwan Bouroullec, Brittany, France, 1974 and 1976.
The stores that Camper and the Bouroullec brothers create together are places where functionality and beauty, technology and craftsmanship, fantasy and common sense converge. The sensation caused by the materials is paramount. The goal is to achieve a warm, deep setting where seeing is feeling: emotion in the what and rigour in the how. Exquisite sensibility meets a hailstorm of ideas.
About Bouroullec Brothers
These brothers are two of the most admired French designers of the 21st century. Educated at the School of Decorative Arts, Paris, and the National School of the Arts, Cergy, they were discovered in 1997 by Giulio Cappellini. Their discretion has made them famous, and their work has earned them international recognition. They have worked for firms such as Vitra, Alessi, BMW, Issey Miyake and Kvadrat and won distinctions such as the New Designer Award (ICFF, New York, 1999) and Designers of the Year (2002, 2011 and 2013). Their work can be found at the MoMA, the Centre Pompidou, the Design Museum (London) and the Art Institute of Chicago, among other venues.