Picard designs using the name SiPiC, and creates extraordinary sculptures and "functional art" furniture. He also works in metal, glass and textiles that reflect his motto of "Intelligence + Respect for Materials."
He lives in the South of France and studied architecture, but his real passion lies in sailing and furniture design. He has lived from birth to age 30 on various family boats and splits his time between sailing professionally and creating bespoke furniture and objects.
His MPR '67 chair was designed by his father, an architect and professor of architecture. Picard found his father's drawings for the chair and built several for the 40th anniversary of the design.
Images from facebook.com/FurnitureDesignSipicMobilier
|8-10 seater dining table|
|Trait low stool|
|Piggy low table|
|Sycamore and sapele wood table|
|MPR '67 chair, from one of his father's designs|
|Outdoor table and benches|
|Top of Delta low stool|
|Star sculpture from olivewood|
|Poissons d'Avril stabile|
|Picard preparing to sail|