Inside the studio: Zim&Zou's colourful and cluttered design space

World heritage city Nancy, in north-eastern France, is the place Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann call home. Better known as Zim&Zou, the duo works across sculpture, installation, graphic design, and illustration - usually in the form of handmade paper objects.

Their workspace has something of split personality: on one side, it’s all large windows, exposed brick and white walls, while the opposite side - where the tools of Zim&Zou’s trade fight for space with the materials they’re used on - is described by Zimmermann as a "well-organised, coloured mess".

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