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06.07.20 Meeting with: Dahlia Subasi

Dahlia Subasi studied science and medicine before devoting herself to architecture and design. Today, she combines her scientific knowledge with her love of beauty to make eco-responsible objects out of mushroom mycelium and natural materials. Meeting with a designer committed to the fight for environmental protection.

03.07.20 Meeting with: Ludovic Sauvage

For more than 10 years, the French visual artist Ludovic Sauvage (born in 1985) has created immersive installations, manipulates images produced by others and draws his inspirations from a postmodern collective memory. While he was working on the preparation of his second solo exhibition at the Valeria Cetraro gallery, we met him in his Parisian workshop to talk about creation, installation and perception.

02.07.20 Feature: 6 strange and daring furniture collections

Contemporary furniture collections stand out for their great creativity and whimsical shapes. This week, the editorial staff of Muuuz invites you to discover five surprising design collections.

30.06.20 Studio Briand & Berthereau: La Serre Gallery, space for contemporary art of the White Tree

Studio Briand & Berthereau fitted out the space, designed the furniture and imagined the identity of the La Serre gallery, an exhibition space located on the ground floor of l'Arbre Blanc in Montpellier (34).

29.06.20 Meeting with: Studio Élémentaires

Since the creation of their studio in 2013, Apolline Couverchel and Gauthier Haziza have been signing poetic installations and embarking on crazy projects. Meet this duo who commands admiration.

29.06.20 Feature: 5 inspiring colorful interiors

Interiors are distinguished by the omnipresence of color, which gives them character. Here are five colorful interiors that make us dream.

23.06.20 File: 5 exhibitions to visit in Paris

After two months punctuated by virtual visits to exhibitions, many art galleries have reopened, and have since offered us the opportunity to improve our knowledge of contemporary art through very real clashes. Focus on five exhibitions organized by galleries to see in Paris at the moment.

22.06.20 Data Workshop: Casa no cercal

It is in Cercal in the Center region of Portugal that the architecture agency Atelier Data reinterpreted the traditional Portuguese house by erecting a solar villa which fits perfectly into the surrounding hilly landscape.

17.06.20 Evan Fay: Lawless

For four years, the American designer Evan Fay has advocated a personal approach to design by creating unique sculptural furniture.

16.06.20 Ubalt Architects: July 18

In Paris, in the 20th arrondissement, the architects Mylène Vasse and Nastasia Potel have reinvented an apartment from the 1970s with fantasy.

15.06.20 arba: The Wave

In Cantal, in the middle of a green and hilly terrain, stands a classic house at first, but which nevertheless conceals its lot of subtleties. Signed arba, L'Onde is a revisited wooden chalet with an unusual roof, inspired by slate roofs with rounded shapes.

15.06.20 Event: Kleureyck, Van Eyck's colors in design

If the link between the Flemish painter Van Eyck and contemporary design does not seem obvious at first glance, the Design Museum of Gent tries the experiment to bring together the unique use of color made by the artist of the 100th century and the meaning of these colors for the big names in design. Culottes, the exhibition brings together some XNUMX exceptional pieces through a pigmentary journey that leaves us speechless!

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12.06.20 Nicolas Dahan: Apartment in Moscow

In Moscow (Russia), the French architect Nicolas Dahan has completely redesigned a 450 square meter duplex by transforming it into a very contemporary light space.

12.06.20 Maison Matisse x Marta Bakowski: Music

During the last edition of FIAC, the fourth generation of Henri Matisse's heirs presented to the world his new project: Maison Matisse, a design editor who promises to reinterpret the iconic paintings of the great French painter into contemporary objects. For their first permanent collection, the Maison has teamed up with French-Polish designer Marta Bakowski, who imagines tableware inspired by the 1939 painting, "La Musique".