FOR TAMIM DAOUDI, THE DESIGN PROCESS GOES THROUGH THE COMBINATION OF USE CONCEPTS, SOCIAL OBSERVATION AND TECHNOLOGICAL CONSTRAINTS. DESIGN MORE THAN A VECTOR OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT MUST BECOME A CULTURE FOR BUSINESSES AND PUBLIC COMMUNITIES
Trained at ENSAAMA Olivier de Serres and the HEAR, designer Tamim DAOUDI is passionate about designing objects in an industrial environment. Combining a strong conceptual approach with a requirement in the integration of difficult constraints, his training led him to lead several projects – awarded and rewarded at an international and national level – with Startups, SMEs and large groups.
The creation of his studio in 2010 ensured the support and production of these innovative projects. His approach? Place the end user at the center of the project from the very first stages. Its rich network of engineers and manufacturers makes it possible to meet the needs of its customers. This collaborative process allows him to involve his clients and their users in the design process. It can be summed up in three words: differentiation – simplicity – accuracy.
Finding the right agglomerate of skills to serve the project is a skill in itself. The designer implements transversality in order to create unexpected, credible and sustainable solutions