Liquid marble: now you can walk on water

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By Annie Churdar in New Art on Wednesday 20 November 2013

A true sign of creativity is the ability to re-imagine the laws of physics. In his installation, Liquid Marble, Mathieu LeHanneur bends the very nature of a marble surface and creates an atmosphere of fantasy and intrigue. Pushing the limits of algorithm-based 3D modeling, the French artist built a slab of black marble that appears to […]

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Mathieu Lehanneur designs St Hilaire Church

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By Emmanuel Romeuf in Architecture on Wednesday 16 May 2012

I love the intervention of Mathieu Lehanneur on the St. Hilaire church in France. In many ways, this is a paradoxical project as most of the design doesn’t sit well with the faith of the environment. But Lehanneur manages to insert clever mineral architecture in reference to the topology of the place regardless. Sublime!

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Britanie cosmetics packaging design by Emmanuel Romeuf

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By Lost At E Minor in New Design on Saturday 12 May 2012

Newly launched organic cosmetic line, Britanie, is a line of local cosmetics inspired by sea spray, salty winds and local herbs of the French region, La Bretagne (Brittany). The trendy packaging was designed by Emmanuel Romeuf for Mathieu Lehanneur.

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