Born in Nantes in 1983, he lives and works in Paris. After graduating from design at ENSAAMA Olivier de Serres, he spent three years in England in order to specialise in a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Design at the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design / BIAD-BCU where he graduated with distinction in 2005. He returned to France where he collaborated with several important design agencies. Today he works as a freelance in his parisian studio. Florent Coirier designs minimal products with a strong in semantics, always practical and functional. Ranging from lighting to furniture through small objects, the studio develops products based on solid knowledge of industrial processes. Most of his client are international, such as EMU (IT) Modular Instrument Lighting (BE) David design (SE) Habitat (FR) SERRALUNGA (IT) Inclass (ES) among others. Each project is developed in close collaboration with manufacturers. Florent Coirier aims to create timeless projects, most of them being simple at first sight but with specific details that make them unique and thoughtful objects. "We believe in the object that have meaning and that give meaning to everyday life." Formal research through materials and technologies is essential for the design process project. With the aim of designing products increasingly respectful of our environment and our future lifestyles.