Born in Paris in 1985, Victoria Wilmotte went to an Interior design school in Paris, and then she went to London to do a master in Design Products at the Royal College of Art. Graduated in 2008, she went back to Paris, and opened her studio. Among her recent collaborations, she created some objects for ToolsGalerie in Paris, and a first personal exhibition in Brussels at Pierre Bergé et Associés Gallery in 2009. Recently, she has collaborated with a stone manufacturer to create a collection of furniture and objects. She has also worked for the online furniture shop: Made in Design; Philips de Pury, Poliform. She also deals with clients on customized projects. Beyond the design as a professional discipline, Victoria is addicted to shapes, subtly chiselled geometry, and carving materials. She deals with creation like a sculptor: sizing up the void and the full, cutting the object up to the perfect angle or the imperceptible round, and polishing the surfaces until the desired texture is achieved.
La stessa forma geometrica del dodecagono si ripresenta in tutta la serie di questi oggetti. Un poligono tra i più perfetti che viene svelato dalla irregolarità delle vene naturali del marmo. Un perfetto contrasto tra la regolarità delle geometrie spesso presenti anche in natura e le sue stesse manifestazione irregolari nella materia.