15.03.18  Emmanuelle Moureaux: Color of Time

What color has the time? On the occasion of the inauguration of the Museum of Art and Design Toyama (Japan), the architect Emmanuelle Moureaux responds to this funny question by an immersive installation made of numbers in brightly colored paper. A complex work in which one gets lost, both physically and mentally.

14.03.18  Aurélien Debate: Stampville

The talented illustrator Aurélien Débat struck again! After declining his favorite subject, architecture, in multiple books for children, it comes this time with a collection of stamps proposing urban, built and landscape forms. Ink and a little imagination, and a whole city is taking shape!

09.03.18  nendo: Neyuki

With the delicacy that characterizes it, the Japanese studio nendo designs, in collaboration with the Japanese confectionery brand Flanders, mini-cheesecakes overhung with sticks whose stylized form echoes that of fir trees. In a box sprinkled with sugar, the set is reminiscent of the winter landscapes of Hokkaido Island where the candy company is based.

01.03.18  Alessandro Criscito: Enigma

The doors of the invading granny console squeak? Very little for the Chilean designer Alessandro Criscito who imagines Emigna, a piece of furniture with a traditional shape but where the usual walls are replaced by superimposed foam blocks whose interstitial spaces serve as shelves. A clever way to store ... by camouflage!

26.02.18  Jenny Nordberg : 3-5 Seconds Mirrors

Based in Malmö (Sweden), Jenny Nordberg explores the material and pushes it to its limits. Proof of this is its 3-5 Seconds Mirrors series, which features unique mirrors made in less than five seconds using chemical processes developed in the nineteenth century. A borrowing from the past for a resolutely contemporary rendering.

23.02.18  Cabinet Still Life: The Round

In love with decoration, are you tired of your banal rectangular chairs? The Redonda Chair, the latest addition to the Spanish design and creation agency Bodegón Cabinet, has a rounded shape and plays with our spatial perceptions.

14.02.18  Lambert & Fils: Mile

At Stockholm Design Week, the Canadian lighting studio Lambert & Fils has designed a surprising installation, Symbiosis, in which he stages his Mile collection with minimalist and frank lines, dressed in lush vegetation.

12.02.18  Bibelo: Swim

On the occasion of MAISON & OBJET last January, furniture publisher Bibelo presented its latest collection: Swim. Margaux Keller, designer and artistic director of the Parisian house diverts pool ladders in a range of furniture with minimalist lines.

08.02.18  Massproductions : Rose Chair

On the occasion of the Stockholm Design Week of Swedish capital, the young local furniture brand Massproductions presents Rose, a chair designed by its designer and co-founder Chris Martin. Made of laminated wood, the wide-curved seat answers many technical challenges.

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