Athime de Crecy is a young creative who explores innovative forms and functions in everyday objects as well as the production system that surrounds them. He specializes in prospective industrial design, convinced that the next generations of energy-constrained products are already defining new aesthetic norms. He seeks novelty and efficiency away from conventional archetypes to achieve a strong synergy of usage and symbolic functions.
After graduating from Cantonal Art School of Lausanne (ÉCAL) in 2017, Athime gets noticed by Philippe Starck who quickly made him one of his closest assistant designer. After 5 years working with major furniture, lighting and high-tech brands on numerous large-scale industrial projects while continuing to produce independently, Athime established his own studio to fully focus on the objects he imagines.
He now lives and works in Paris where he provides services in industrial design, art direction and design consultancy. His work has been published and exhibited many times over the past few years (Intramuros, France Culture, AD , Milk, M le mag, Ikea DDD, Agora Bordeaux, Langenthal Designer's Saturday...)