Patrick Sarran

Furniture Designer

France

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AWARDS

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Patrick Sarran is a self-taught designer and an experienced cabinet maker. He also studied engineering. His design process is an ever-evolving combination of 3D CAD, personal prototype workshop and use of digital machines. In June 2007 he founded QUISO, a furniture editing house that sells his creations to gourmet restaurants worldwide. Patrick Sarran enjoys a special relationship with chefs. Like them he creates, manufactures and sells directly to end users, while always striving to be responsive. Patrick Sarran also seeks to support projects and people he cares about. He created the exhibition case for Gilles Azzaro’s art work “The New Industrial Revolution”, presented to President Obama at the first White House Maker Fair in June 2014.

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EDUCATION

1972 National engineering school ENSC Strasbourg
1974 Professional certificate of cabinet making CAP Revel
2001 Training Certificate in wood construction CNDB. Paris
From 1987 I have been self-taught designer

WORKING EXPERIENCES

1973-1974 Learning woodworking with precious wood inlay at Daïdé manufacture, REVEL France
1974-1975 Learning woodworking with solid wood, restoring regional furniture and carpentry working at IMBERT workshop, CAHORS France
1976-1979 Restoring and manufacturing regional furniture in my first own worshop, SAINT MARTIN D'ARMAGNAC France
1980-2015: Cabinet making exclusively on my own design in my workshops, first at SAINT MARTIN D'ARMAGNAC, then at TOULOUSE France
1993-2004 designing models for furniture factories: Bernard Siguier, SIET, Lasserre, Ballario
2004-2018 designing for projects that I love, as was the case for a work of art Gilles Azzaro "The new industrial revolution"/ designing and making two prototypes "Mydrop", a teardrop trailer for a local factory
2007-2018 designing, manufacturing & editing my own collection QUISO

AWARDS AND PRIZES

1990, 1991, Labels VIA: FROG Chair, CAPPUCCINO armchair, CHINTZ table, ANTIMOINE table,
2013, 2015, Labels VIA: KEZA cheese trolley, ILOK System
2014 Winner of the équip'innov competition at Equip'Hotel fair with ILOK System
2015 Golden A' Design Award for KEZA, Silver A' Design Award for ILOK, A' Design Award for AMI
2016,Label Observeur du Design, Paris, for iLOK
2016 Golden A'Design Award Design Award for both COQ and herbal Tea garden, silver for Km31
2017 Golden A' Design Award for Sweet Kit

SELECTED PROJECTS

KALI

FUNCTION:

Tiered Trolley

LOCATION:

Toulouse

YEAR:

2019

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ABOUT

This cart was designed at the request of the sommeliers. It withstands the heavy demands of working in a restaurant. It is a mobile extension of the bar's functions, with bottles on the steps and hanging glasses. The bottles are not held by any metal gallery. They are secured by a non-slip coating from the world of shipbuilding. The glasses are held by pressure on a cushion. They don't rattle when you drive. This trolley is made to last. It can be refurbished over and over again for a minimal environmental footprint.

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Km31

FUNCTION:

Multifunctional trolley

LOCATION:

Toulouse

YEAR:

2017

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ABOUT

The dimensions of the Km31 allow it to run easily in the aisles of restaurants. The top of this cart can be opened out to perform spectacular actions like cutting big fish or poultry, setting crepes alight, or presenting an anniversary dessert. Several carts can also be lined up for a buffet. With these complementary functions available, more possibilities are opened up for the restaurateur’s imagination.

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Patrick Sarran

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BOQ

FUNCTION:

Champagne Trolley

LOCATION:

Toulouse

YEAR:

2019

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ABOUT

By the world, restaurant owners and Champagne brands needed champagne trolleys. This one is elegant, strong, handy, space-saving.

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