During the GEMMES exhibition at the Pradier-Jeauneau gallery, the designer Ionna Vautrin explores her art of drawing and collage to offer new works. These free forms are like the embryos of a design to come, stones as raw as they are sophisticated, demonstrating once again the modernity and uniqueness of Ionna Vautrin's work. “It is sometimes beneficial to break away from the hyper-controlled forms of industrial design. Get out of the tangible to take a freer and more intuitive path. This repertoire of swaddled stones offers an imaginary gemology. Dull silhouettes of pebbles reveal their sinuous volumes in contact with the nets that condition them. This graphic exploration brings together the organic and the geometric, the natural and the artificial in colorful and contrasting tones”. IONNA VAUTRIN IONNA VAUTRIN A graduate of the Nantes Atlantique design school in 2002, Ionna Vautrin successively worked for Camper in Spain, George J. Sowden in Italy and Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec in France. She opened her own studio in January 2011 after winning the grand prize for creation from the city of Paris. She collaborates with different brands and publishers such as Foscarini, Mustache , Kvadrat, Christian Dior, Sancal, Lexon, Serralunga, SNCF, JCDecaux, Monoprix ... His work is an encounter between poetry and industry. She designs everyday objects whose ambition is to be simple, obvious but surprising. His projects combine geometric and organic shapes, a playful and colorful spirit, intuitive and functional uses, a warm and familiar presence.