Laurence Madrelle + Lucas de Groot
Wednesday 8 July 2015
22 bis Rue des Taillandiers
75011, Paris, France
On Wednesday 8 July 2015, at Le Tank: Laurence Madrelle, will present her projects for Musée Guimet: Angkor, Sculpture in the City in London for which typography is central point on her search for clarification of spaces. Lucas de Groot, type designer, first time in Paris since 30 years, will discuss Thesis, Calibri projects (.etc) and his extreme curves, proportions and kerning crazy concepts. Meet them in Paris: two incredible designers!
The TypeParis evening Talks (in english) open its doors at 19:00 at le Tank, Paris.
Each Wednesday: two speakers + one facilitator
Each attendee will receive a free tote-bag full of goodies: type specimens, brochures, note-book, stickers and so on! Sponsors corners, Type&Paris type design program attendees meet up, and various attractions planned, as well as dishes and drinks.
Our Talks will be given in English (by our international guests speakers) as they will be livestream. Meanwhile, as the TypeParis Talks are organized in Paris, France, most of attendees will be Parisians. Le Français sera largement employé par les participants lors de l’inscription et des échanges nombreux durant la soirée.
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Official hashtag for Type@Paris Talks 2015 is #tptalks15
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Right now in 2015, the limits of the city are being pushed beyond the circular road surrounding Paris: the big challenge of the 21th century. This is where Laurence Madrelle likes to spend her design time. Laurence designs exclusively for the public domain in France: among others, the subjects range from culture, heritage, history, memory, education, health to architecture and urbanism…
The studio she created in 1987, LM communiquer, designs visual identities for institutions, communication and sign systems for urban development projects in order to give a better reading of the city to the citizen.
Lucas de Groot
Dutch type designer Luc(as) de Groot is best-known for his superfamily Thesis: TheSans, TheSerif, TheMix, TheAntiqua, with monospaced and even Arabic variants. As a devoted type technician and hinting lover, he invented the Anisotropic Topology-Dependent Theory of Interpolation. He runs his type foundry LucasFonts in Berlin, teaches and gives lectures around the world.
Designers across the planet love Lucas’ fonts offer; they are attracted by their functionality and friendly appearance. Some also appreciate his quest for extremes that lead Luc(as) to the narrowest, thinnest, wittiest and fattest typefaces around.
Geoffrey Dorne studied digital & graphic design and graduated from Ensad in 2009. He is a design thinker and founded his own independant design company. Design & Human is a design firm with a human basis approach, to help conceiving interfaces, products, services, identities and, in general, any kind of contemporary forms expression. Design & Human helps NGOs, companies, start-ups, associations and the public sector to innovate through a radical vision, both ethical and human.
Laurence Madrelle, LMCommuniquer, France: Watch his #tptalks15
Lucas de Groot, LucasFonts, Germany: Watch his #tptalks15