French designer Charlotte Juillard launched her design studio in 2014 but has already been described by Wallpaper magazine as having "all the panache of a modern day Perriand". 

Juillard's work combines a love of raw tactile materials with a feminine sensibility, clean graphic lines with colour and organic curves. Following her residency at Fabrica, where she organised an in-situ collaboration with the craftsmen of the Italian village of Camogli "The Old Man and The Sea" Juillard has become increasingly drawn towards craft production.

Her most recent collection "Lavastone" is made in entirely made in Italy by craftsmen who perpetuate the centuries-old tradition of stone masonry.