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Carina Florianne is a ceramist and architect who currently lives and works in the south of France. 

Attracted by the simple beauty of everyday objects who are made with care, honesty to the material and attention to detail, she seeks to bring together themes of traditional craftsmanship and the diversity of form and proportion in architecture.


Decoration, far from its frivolous contemporary myth, holds an important place in her work, linked to the dual Morrissian ideal of art applied to utilitarian objects: adding beauty to man‘s work by adding pleasure to the work itself.

Her work explores a series of drawings and objects, who are situated between several scales, between architecture, design and art; and who are revealing the encounter between sculpture and objects of use.

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