Alexandre Logé (1977)

Biography Born in 1977 in Paris, Alexandre Logé spent much of his time exploring the city's legendary flea markets and scouring the sales of the Drouot Auctions for treasures and inspiration alike.
His growing passion led him to the Panthéon-Sorbonne university, where he received degrees in Fine Art & Art History. He went on to work as an apprentice at a Paris furniture design studio, honing his skills as a mould-maker and prototypes builder. Through all of this, he developed a strong sense of style and taste that was to inform his design aesthetic.
Alexandre Logé has always had a sensitive eye to the rest of the world and its diverging cultures. His travels ( which included 18 months spent on a sailing trip around the world) solidified a love of Primitive Art that remains a great influence on his work. He also draws inspiration from the past, from the 1940s and beyond, always looking to reinterpret the established elements of design.
Presented in a number of noteworthy exhibitions (Art&Design fair in the Tuileries/Paris 2007, ArtBasel/Basel/Miami 2008 etc) Alexandre Logé has achieved a true presence in the contemporary design world.