Olivier Croizat is a designer, whose speciality is to synthesize and transversaly express an idea.

Olivier Croizat is a pluridiciplinar designer based on the french riviera. He is a certified Creator Global Designer with honours at the Superior Art and Design School Condé.
Global design is a creative method. His speciality is to develop one concept, in the most coherent and elegant way as possible, throught all domains run by a firm, wether it's product design, interior design, graphic design, etc. It helps a firm improve its presentation and performance both, in a given market.

He evolved since 2009 with various economic actors, both in France, in Monaco, and in China.

Because each new project stimulate design thinking in it's own way, he has been working across multiples scopes since 2009, wherever his expertise is required. He evolved with various economic actors, industrial or not, macro and micro, private and public, both in France, in Monaco, and in China.
In order to offer the most lasting creations, his work tend to explore 3 essential notions :
- Fluent approach : Conserving a natural, intuitive, ergonomic and logic accessibility.
- Sustainability : Resisting to trends thanks to minimalist style, resisting to time by technology used. Protecting the environment by providing sustainability of our habitat, while preserving natural resources for generations to come.
- Emotion : Be moved immediately, by an instant familiarity.

Here are some of his influences :

" He that won't be counseled can't be helped. "
Benjamin Franklin
" Without creative personalities able to think and judge independently, the upward development of society is as unthinkable as the development of the individual personality without the nourishing soil of the community. "
Albert Einstein
" Let us strive for the impossible. The great achievements throughout history have been the conquest of what seemed the impossible. "
Charlie Chaplin
" The word border is a one-eyed word. Man has two eyes to see the world. "
Paul Eluard
" The multitude which does not reduce itself to unity is confusion. "
Blaise Pascal
" It seems that perfection is attained not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing more to remove. "
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
" Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. "
DeVinci