Consultant in Design, Teacher.
Conceptual art collector, editor of applied art objects, Françoise Darmon understood the importance of the object as a vector of senses.
In 1984, she founded Creative Agent Consultants, dedicated to promote creativity as a key factor in the economic success of companies. This importance of creation applied to every phase of the product existance.
Her project is, always, throughout the intervention of creative thinking from designers and architects, on one hand the optimisation of commercial value and on the other hand the cultural value which reinforce the impact.
Strengthened by her experience, she created teaching and learning tools to increase the value of industrial creation as well as bringing awarness to the significance of objects with social, technological and cultural implications.
Françoise Darmon brings her double knowledge to the world of industrial creation, two words between which she establishes a dialogue inscribed in the process named Du Sens dans l'Utile.
1984 – Director of Creative Agent Consultants agency.
1985 – 1993 – Teacher at the ESCP group
2012 - 2017
Publication of the second book Du Sens in the Utile, with Skira Publishing.
Françoise Darmon, a committed sponsor, collaborated in the creation of the French design collection at the Musée d'Israël, Jerusalem in 1993. A member of ADIAF, she participated in the Marcel Duchamp Prize selection committee in 2017; President of the Friends of the Palais de Tokyo Discovery Award from 2011 to 2015. She is a member of the Friends of the Foundation Guerlain and a member of the GAD - Acquisition Group for the design of the MNAM - Center Pompidou.