Models design for the movie and installation World brain, conducted by Gwenola Wagon and Stéphane Degoutin, An infintite data center reduced to a 1/5th scale hosting living mice, also exhibited as an installation. […]


Conception and preliminary design of the inner skin of the future automated metro, within the Metrolab, with the Reciproque agency. The “biomorphic ambiance” aims to switch the machine alive, communicative and reactive to its passengers, through its various supports and surfaces. […]

Sahara Pink E.P

New record from DJ Absurd on Kiosk Records imprint sets new musical landscapes for the Parisian producer. […]

Ring Saga

Props design for Ring Saga, “The Ring of the Nibelung”, Richard Wagner, music director : Peter Rundel, stage director : Antoine Gindt. Stage festival in a prologue (Das Rheingold) and three days (Die Walküre, Siegfried, Götterdämmerung)… […]


This event took part in the 2010 Nuit Blanche edition in Paris. The Arts Décoratifs school gave a unique visual performance into an abandoned metro station : St Martin. […]


  L’imédiat is an hybrid stage play, at a crossroad between physical theatre, performance and circus. Here are the props and set with electrical and mechanical features to be live-controlled by the actors. […]


Set making  and manipulation on stage for the Hieronimo musical play. Partition : Georges Aperghis / Adaptation : Françoise Rivalland / Scenography : Jean-Pierre Larroche […]

n+1 / Fantômes

Animated scenography for la chambre de Madame S. for the event: la réalité manifestée par l’impossible at the festival de l’eau in Watwiller, France. June 2009. Featuring an animated door with animated handle, breathing bed, rotating table, falling frame, spilling radiator, animated oven … Below the live mechanism trick for the bed. […]


Set realisation and co-engineering of the Bafouilles stage play by and with Jean-Pierre Larroche, les ateliers du spectacle, inspired by a Robert Pinget text. The set features dozens of mechanical and electrical machines and tricks, live triggered during the play. Created in 2006 […]

Saint-Michel et le Dragon

The event St-Michel et le dragon took place in the famous St-Michel métro station in Paris, as an echo to a major Dragons exhibition at the Muséum national d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris. […]


Stage play written and performed by Jean-Claude Leguay, Christine Murillo and Grégoire Oestermann. Xu is a dictionary of “little annoying  things” that has been brought to stage with the help of some little annoying set and props, all remote controlled. […]