Design Secondary to Function
Fanny Rognone graduated as an architect from the École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts in Paris. While studying in Paris, she discovered her passion for contemporary design and a fondness for functional furniture. She added to her studies by spending a year at the Politecnico di Milano, where she worked and contributed to the development of numerous objects.
Now Fanny is a happy mother and, as the occupant of a medium-sized city apartment, she is constantly confronted with a lack of space for her growing family like so many others.
Through her efforts to optimise the space, she created the Speedoletto for de Breuyn. An alternative to the classic stacking bed, where all lines and individual elements to the design are sent to second place behind the functionality.
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