“I’m a designer and architect and I love rigorous debate, well-executed work, transforming banalities into something exceptional, conjuring up dreams, meeting people and flirting with humour.”
Frédéric Ruyant has been developing design ideas, projects and pieces since 1996. He has designed for retailers and galleries (such as Ligne Roset, Baccarat, Cinna, Tools Galerie, ENO, Toulemonde Bochart and Sentou); institutions including La Poste, the French Culture Ministry, Mobilier National and La Manufacture Nationale de Sèvres; brands (L’Oréal, Procter & Gamble, LVMH, Galeries Lafayette, Maison Martin Margiela and more); and businesses such as Renault and Suez.
He designs private and public spaces and makes his mark on urban space through installations and other works.
He exhibits internationally, appearing at the Centre Pompidou and MoMA among other locations, and his work has been included in private and public collections such as the French Fonds National d’Art Contemporain, the VIA, the Musée Vallauris Picasso and Le Grand-Hornu.)