Inspired by the wide exploratory field offered by paper and how it plays with light, the French designer meticulously worked to sculpt the second skin case and sublimate it.
First drawing scalloped shapes on the paper case, Anne-Charlotte then cut them out and finally assembled the pieces one by one by sewing.
Her creativity and vision saw the case upcycled and transformed into a beautifully crafted night-light. Now known as the ‘third skin’, this piece of artistry has given our game-changing packaging creation a new lifetime use.
The paper material Anne-Charlotte uses comes from sustainable forests, testifying of an eco-design desire, that echoes the environmental challenges that drive Maison Ruinart on a daily basis, and ourselves here at James Cropper.