Convinced that objects can change the world, Charlotte Lancelot tackles all their dimensions. Starting from observation and study of functions, she draws attentions to the emotional well-being that they procure and the new lifestyles that they suggest. It is with subtlety and refinement that she develops her products, making them clever and poetic in her absolute commitment to meeting our requirements.
Aware that objects are a matter of desire and that we only acquire them because they speak to us and about us, Charlotte Lancelot devises creative and playful concepts around the theme of durable development, which is one of the main lines of her research. Examples of this are projects like the Embroidery carpets or the Emporte bags developed during the Looplab workshop on factory wastes and preferred materials of hers like felt and wood. We should emphasize the consistency of her approach, with as a key aspect her determination to treat objects in their entirety... from design to production, to warehousing, to sale. To being second or third hand.