After exploring the fields of fine arts and architecture, Christophe chose to focus on design. He graduated from ESDI in 1990, marking the start of his career as an agency designer and his participation in various industrial projects.
Then, in parallel with the artistic direction of his agency, some of whose creations will be distinguished by design prizes, he shares his expertise as a professor in several schools, whether focused on design, engineering or management, and he occasionally speaks at conferences.
Sincerely convinced that design can contribute to improve daily life, Christophe then becomes the first Design Manager within Saint-Étienne Métropole, a Unesco Creative city, which stands out in France for the creation of the Cité du Design, the organization of the Design Biennale, and the pioneering integration of design into its public policies.
Driven by his quest for timeless simplicity and his desire to develop innovative products and services in the DIY field, he then joined Kingfisher to bring his vision of user-centered design.
Today, relying on design methodology and his experience, Christophe is actively involved alongside companies, associations and communities. It supports them in their strategic developments, by stimulating humanistic and sustainable innovation in their products and services.
As a recognized player in design, he advocates a positive societal vision where creativity, solidarity and responsibility combine to bring about collaborative solutions that are impactful, profitable, sustainable and generate ecological dividends.
It is with this in mind that he supports the Team for the Planet projects.