My currency is the interplay between shadow and light.
Originally from the French department of Vendée, Patrice Sarrazin began his career in the family business, and then joined Heuliez-France Design, where he trained in design, completing numerous automobile projects (cabriolets, ambulances, limousines, buses).
In 1989, still inspired by a passion for drawing and for working with his hands, he created his own business, Etude Style Design Sarrazin, which later became Sarrazin Design.
Also composed of two fellow designers, Franck Langlais and Sébastien Travers, the Sarrazin Design team collaborates with customers to produce thousands of successful products in various industries (marine, transportation, automobiles, woodworking…).
Patrice Sarrazin has placed his passion for design and for working with high-quality materials at Jeanneau’s service for many years, most notably producing designs for the Newmatic, the Leader 605 and 705, and the Merry Fisher 805.
For some fifteen years, he has participated in writing the history of the Cap Camarat line, creating their style and design, from the 1st Cap Camarat 625 to the recent Cap Camarat 10.5.
“What is the most interesting to me, as someone who has collaborated with Jeanneau for years, is this trust, this teamwork that, ever present, results in a product recognized for its successful design.”