The work of designer Victoria Lievre adopts a protocol that starts with a detail, an observation of her daily environment. These details then become reflections on the cycle of an object and the link it has with its material. As a correspondence between the two, each production intertwines the notions of valuing a material, the place it holds in our personal or collective environment, and finally its capacity to create a link, so that it can connect its origins and its function and thus create an analogy with its user.
The place of the material is therefore central to Victoria Lievre's research, often resulting from the valorisation of a by-product of industry or craft. It is always in the direction of the idea of the minimum, the autonomous and the fundamental that she pushes her prospective approach to find solutions in production.
The designer likes to tell the story of her objects and what they are made of, where they come from and what they say. So that they mark their territory and find a place in ours.