William Amor, forsaken materials ennobler, transforms plastic bags into small flowers or cigarettes butts into mimosa.
Everything starts with a drawing that comes off a creative idea. After tests, research and prototypes, the decor design is created. His biggest projects can last 2,000 hours and mobilize 14 people over a period of one month.
Discover in video his poetic savoir-faire in an interview with the French TV channel France 3 :
For more information on William Amor, click here.
Episode 3 of our video-portraits series on the Foundation’s artisans leads us to the Viaduc des Arts inside Philippe Atienza’s bespoke shoemaking workshop.
The Fondation Rémy Cointreau introduced last month the series of video-portraits on the exceptional artisans we support. In this second episode, we take you into the world of books to meet Laurel Parker.