Marine Renaudineau

Marine Renaudineau

Designer ResearcherLondon, United Kingdom
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Marine Renaudineau

Marine Renaudineau

Designer ResearcherLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Recently graduated from the MA Material Futures at Central Saint Martins in London, I am a creative designer and visual researcher focusing on how digital experiences can help to inform and contribute to solving today's toughest problems. Interested in the complexity of human behaviour in a constantly evolving society, I explore the use of narration and orchestrated scenarios in an immersive tool, provoking new ways in which people experience reality.
Projects
  • Horizon
    HorizonRethinking accessibility to psychotherapy through video game
  • The Sensorial Gym
    The Sensorial GymThe Everyday Martian 2019 How will humans adapt to a life lived almost entirely indoors? Who will get to govern this new settlement? Will a 687-day year transform how we work and rest? What rituals and beliefs might emerge to cope with the sensory deprivation of a monochrome planet? ​ Living on Mars will radically change our living space and the way we interact with our surroundings. In an environment deprived of sensory exposure, how will we counteract the psychological stress of interplanetary
  • What do we talk about when we talk about Anxiety
    What do we talk about when we talk about AnxietyWhat do we talk about when we talk about Anxiety is an 11 minutes documentary that aims to raise awareness around this topic by giving a voice to people who cover the whole spectrum of Anxiety. Witnessing from the diverse range of symptoms felt during a panic attack to the small symptoms daily experienced that slowly becomes a burden. From the impacts on daily life to the impact on the scale of a lifetime. From the experience with the medical profession to the effects of treatments, and from t
Projects credited in
  • It's a Carpet Matter
    It's a Carpet MatterThe UK produces around 400000 tonnes of waste carpet a year and only 10% is recycled properly. The rest is sent to the incinerator for energy production or end up in landfills. Since most of the carpets are made from petroleum-based synthetic fibres, depositing the carpets directly into the environment is going to prove extremely harmful. The most common components of carpets are Nylon and Polypropylene, however, is very difficult to sort differents components out, and this makes it complicated
Work history
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    Central Saint Martins (UAL) logo
    MA Material FuturesCentral Saint Martins (UAL)
     - London, United KingdomFull Time
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    Womenswear Design AssistantRejina Pyo
     - London, United KingdomInternship
    - Developing toiles and 3D ideas for the upcoming new season. - Assisting with the fittings - Cutting out samples - Attending fittings - Showroom preparations - Liaising with other team members involved in the studio process - Assisting with general studio admin - Copying patterns - Sale preparations and organisation
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Skills
  • Creative Concepting
  • Colour Design
  • Videography
  • Prop Making
  • Research Design
  • Filmmaking
  • Photography
  • Visual Research
  • Colour Materials
Education
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    Bachelor's Degree in Fashion, Textile and Environmental DesignESAA Duperre
     - Paris, France
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    Degree in Textile - Material - Surface DesignESAA Duperre
     - Paris, France
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Awards
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    The 100 years of the pantyPetit Bateau
    Creation of a pattern related to the style of the brand applicable to underwear for the « 100 years of the panty ». Development of a partnership with the brand, 11 000 underwears produced and sold worldwide in every store.