Industrial designer with a strong interest for innovation based on a deep understanding of new usages and manufacturing processes.

 

Clients and collaborations include Total, MIT self-assembly LAB, Foscarini, Digital Nomade, Insolight, EPFL, JosephJoseph and James Capper.

 

Currently based in Lausanne, Switzerland.

 

Contact and instagram.

 

© 2019 Victor Moynier.

Inspired from tape measure, Tape (ECAL/2018) is a rollable light made of standard industrial components sourceable by the meter and assembled around a spring steel structure.

This means that a five meters light can be rolled up around its power transformer.

A taxonomy of gestures (ECAL/2018) is a research project investigating the evolution of interaction in the relation we maintain with objects.
The video is a compilation of both old and contemporary sequences. It was developed under the guidance of Anniina Koivu and Brynjar Sigurõarson.

Developed during a workshop with the MIT

self-assembly Lab, Celtics (ECAL/2018) is a 3D printed hook offering the possibility to hang twice more clothes.
It was part of the
ECAL Digital Market, which presented digital manufacturing as an industrial production tool thanks to a print farm.

Wave (ECAL/2018) is a collection of haptic objects for kids to intuitively make music.

Designed for Foscarini, Marathon (ECAL/2018) is a portable light inspired from the technical fabrics used in the sportswear industry.

pictures/Julien Deceroi

Industrial design (Freelance/2017) for the B2B company Digital Nomade, specialized in connected time clock devices.