Becoming a true role-model with his creativity and theories, Salat gives lectures in Paris’s prestigious schools such as Ecole Nationale des Ponts and Ecole Nationale des Mines on “Sustainable Design.” Undertaking the directorship of Sustainable Cities Center, Salat, at the same time, works as the chief architect and urban planner under French Scientific Center for Building.
Getting inspiration from the form and functionality of Scandinavian, German and Italian designs, Grange interpreted elegant designs with modern aesthetic conception. Grange, obtaining not only business success by combining the unique style and the values of home, but, at the same time, also designing fun to use products, designed a large number of home products in the 60s and 70s.
Serge Salat, French architect and urban theorist, Serge Salat put his signature on many structures largely worldwide. Salat, who published more than twenty books based on the theory of art and architecture, presents new worlds in illusions that he created by cosmic visions.
British fashion-designer Gareth Pugh began his career as a costume designer at English National Youth Theatre. His education of fashion dates back his years at City of Sunderland College. Finding himself at Paris, one of the fashion capitals in a short time, Pugh first began working with Rick Owens.