After five years of study at Art and Design School of Saint Etienne, Donia Ouertani, a young designer, continues her research on poetic variations of objects. She sees design as a way to propose new daily life uses by delivering some stories through material. Concerned with design and production approaches, she is sensitive to craftsmanship and is interested in ecodesign and alternative production methods. Fascinated by everyday rituals, she strives to create a sensitivity for the overlooked moments and details that affect our daily lives, trying to suggest new uses, rituals and lifestyles. By working the movement and the gestures that bind us to objects, she wants to recreate preciousness and make new links between people and their environment. She develops the narrative dimension of the object, through simple poetic forms.