Founded in 2011 by three artisans, MYDRIAZ is a Parisian company specializing in the design and construction of luminaire, furniture and accessories with the non-ferrous metals brass, bronze, copper, silver. In constant contact with contemporary art, we work in synergy to serve interior designers such as Ciguë, Jean-Louis Deniot, Pierre Yovanovitch, Isabelle Stanislas, Bruno Moinard, 1024, artist like Pierre Huyghe, or designers such as Martino Gamper, Arnold Goron, Didier Saco, as well as other creative artisans: Jeremy Wintrebert, Olivier Dollé. We also work with major retailers: Cartier, Yves Saint-Laurent, DVF, Lancel. Our expertise, along with our extensive network of suppliers allows us to carry out all types of projects. Meanwhile, the trio was noted for its original creations and has won several competitions, among these are the Laureate for the Riboud Foundation, the Ernst & Young Foundation' Award for the manual trades, the Fondation Banque Populaire's Award, and the Grand Prix de la Création de le Ville de Paris, Talents du Luxe 2015 Award. MYDRIAZ exhibited at the Biennale de Pantin in October 2012, the Design Biennale in Saint-Étienne in 2013, Révélations exhibition at the Grand Palais in September 2013 and September 2015, the Palais de Tokyo for JEMA in April 2014, and Paris Design Week at Galerie Joseph in September 2014 and 2015 and participated in the first edition of Maison & Objet Americas in Miami Beach in May 2015 . By combining expertise and excellence of contemporary fantasy, MYDRIAZ revisits the work of bronze art in producing brass objects of high order and great originality. These three artists were drawn to crafts Art by the desire to control the creative process from start to finish, and they combine their experience to create a dialogue between design, visual and applied arts. Their work around the luminaire and furniture combines tradition and modernity, nobility and avant-garde endeavors both in substance over form, revolving around themes such as time, vacuum, inexorable, the random or infinity, in a formal concerns finesse, sensitivity, precision and lightness.