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Swiss based design studio involved in all fields of print and interactive design for cultural institutions, businesses and individuals.
Tancrède Ottiger founded his design studio in 2015. The office is characterized by a collaborative practice with many players in the field of design such as developers, photographers, industrial designers, architects & filmmakers. The studio is covering works in all mediums, from print to digital design : books, publications, identities, web design and scenography.
Type design has been a key element of the design process from the very begining. The studio offers both retail and bespoke typefaces for clients. Recognized magazines such as Frame or Marie Claire used TO fonts in their design.
Furthermore, the practice conducts a constant reasearch into production means and new technologies, producing up to date custom tailored solution for each project. The interactive map created for the Ateliers de Renens or the generating identity tool for the Teintureries drama school stands as good examples of this approach.
2020–ECAL/University of Art and Design, Lausanne ( CH )
2020–Eracom, Lausanne ( CH )
2021ECAL/University of Art and Design, Lausanne ( CH )
2019ECAL/University of Art and Design, Lausanne ( CH )
2017Eikon, Fribourg ( CH )
2020Weltformat Graphic Design Festival, Lucerne ( CH )
2016ECAL Graphic Design, Beijing ( CN )
2016ECAL Graphic Design, Shanghai ( CN )
2016ECAL Graphic Design, Hong Kong ( HK )
2016ECAL Graphic Design, Paris ( FR )
2015Swiss Ambassy, London ( UK )
2015idPure no. 38
Development : Romain Cazier
Photography : Etienne Malapert, Younès Klouche
Gaspard Delachaux’s practice ranges from sculpture and drawing to film making and installation. He came to me with the intention of building an online portfolio that would document the richess and variety of his life-work.
The website stems from the intention to create synergies between the graphic language and the work itself. A heap of creatures introduce the site, slowly making the artist’s name visible. Inspired first by an animation, they’re now dynamicaly generated by the site and each creature has an independant behavior. They stand as poetic reminder, linking the artworks together and inviting the viewer to look further.
The floating black space then leaves room for the index to pile up, bringing back physicality, especially the weight of the sculptures, in the abstract context of the digital world.