Benjamin Graindorge is one of France's young talented designers. A graduate of the ENSCI - Les Ateliers in 2006, his home landscaping project received the support of the VIA. He has been selected two consecutive years for the Design Parade Festival (France) and has won both the Cinna and Audi Talents Awards in the Design category.
After a residency at the Villa Kujoyama in Kyoto, he returned to France to collaborate with François Bauchet on the scenography of the International Design Biennale of Saint-Etienne in 2010. In 2011, he exhibited his works for the first time in a solo show at the Galerie YMER & MALTA, where he presented five objects inspired by the theme of reverie or dreams.
Été perpétuel, exhibition from April 23 to 25th 2015 at Hub Lafayette Anticipations, 46 rue sainte-croix-de-la-bretonnerie, Paris
Été perpétuel, film, music and dialogues by Romain Kronenberg

Exhibited at Lafayette Anticipations