Franje is an interior architecture practice based in Ghent, founded in 2019 by Michiel Hutsebaut.
Franje searches for the intersection between interior architecture and ornament through scenography, interior design and furniture design.
Michiel Hutsebaut graduated in interior architecture at KULeuven, Sint-Lucas Ghent in 2017. He worked/works for doorzon interieurarchitecten and felt architecture & design previous works include the design for the scenography of ‘creatures made to measure’ for the design museum Ghent, the design and upholstery of a donut shaped cushion for a stool designed by felt architecture & design and the design of the scenography for the opera carmen for New York based choreographer Jonah Bokaer in Hong Kong.
Exhibiting various pieces of furniture in a hugely public venue, such as the contemporary design market, would be rewarding.
To be given a forum to express Franje is extremely valuable.
The opportunity to share a platform with other designers and artist and to be among them as an ensemble is both inspiring and stimulating.