Born in Nantes, France, Patrick Jouin is an iconic and artistic designer who studied at the ENSCI- Les ateliers in Paris. Working with prestigious studios made him a well-known name in the design community.
Patrick Jouin has his studio, Patrick Jouin ID studio, that deals with industrial design and Jouin Manku Studio with his colleague Sanjit Manku that focuses on interior design. Jouin's style is minimalistic and innovative and looks incredible in a modern home.
His creativity is expressed both in industrial design and in the decorative arts. Associated with the greatest for exceptional projects, Cassina, Kartell, Alessi, JCDecaux or even Fermob, he occupies a special place in the landscape of international design where few know how to evolve with ease and strength like him. The career of Patrick Jouin, and of his design agency, Patrick Jouin ID, was consecrated by a monographic exhibition at the Center Pompidou in 2009 and honored by the Compasso d'Oro prize for the Pasta Pot in 2011. Several of his creations are entries into the permanent collections of museums around the world, notably the “Solid” collection at MOMA, which in 2004 was the first series of scale 1 furniture produced using 3D printing technologies.
Patrick Jouin is also involved in interior design projects with his partner Sanjit Manku, within the Jouin Manku agency founded in 2006.