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10.05.21  Zoom on: Marzais creations

The French interior architect and designer Jean-Paul Marzais has always championed a “less is more” design, sober and refined. Zoom on his Marzais creations studio.

06.05.21  DAS studio: Crowe offices

DAS studio has just designed contemporary workspaces in a building dating from the 1990s.

04.05.21  USM: Modular and colorful furniture

The Swiss family business USM has been committed to quality and sustainable development for 130 years. Today, the company is known for its modular and minimalist furniture pieces. Latest news from the USM Haller range, the C4 USM Inos boxes and their bright colors leave room for creativity!

26.04.21  File: Architecture in six films

Iconic works, self-inflated egos, criticisms and emotions, angles and subjects of architectural films abound. As we are all stuck at home, why not take the opportunity to increase your culture in this area? A time conducive to the dissemination of major architectural reports that the Muuuz editorial staff never ceases to delight. From the touching Sketches by Frank Gehry to the very informative ARTE “Architectures” series, including the UFO The Competition, find our selection of architectural films to watch and re-examine.


23.04.21  Atelier Fade Boulade: ES QUALITE offices

In Saint-Miter-les-Remparts (13), the Marseille architecture studio Fade Boulade built a building for offices and laboratories for the company ES QUALITE. Installed on a difficult site and bordered by a pine forest, this uncluttered ensemble is characterized by its white facades, its apparent lightness and its contemporary architectural style.

21.04.21  Meeting with: Guillaume Alan

Since his beginnings in 2002, the French decorator Guillaume Alan has relied on a coherent and sensitive approach to interior architecture, and in all his projects distils an aesthetic that is as timeless as it is luxurious. The recent delivery of the Trocadéro and Victor Hugo apartments in Paris confirms its excellent reputation. Meeting with a passionate decorator.

12.04.21  ITAR Architectures: Social rental complex

In the 18th arrondissement of Paris, ITAR Architectures has just delivered a building comprising seventy-two social rental housing units, a nursery and two shops. A construction contributing to the urban renewal of the Porte de Clignancourt district.

06.04.21  Ana Moussinet: Louvre Saint-Honoré

After having fitted out the service areas of the Washington Plaza in Paris, the architect Ana Moussinet takes up the challenge of rethinking those of the Louvre Saint-Honoré. In this beautiful Parisian hotel, she relies on daring biases, and surprises us.

02.04.21  Laurent Badier: reinvents school chairs and benches

Solognot gallery owner and designer Laurent Badier has been defending protean creation and collaborative projects for more than twenty years. His latest collection of seats, entitled “Les Adulescentes”, reinvents the mythical furniture of the schools of yesteryear. Zoom on a very colorful series halfway between pop nostalgia and contemporary design.

30.03.21  Nelly Rodi: Inspiring projections of wood for the CNDB

Always keen to integrate the subtleties of the societal environment into its action, the CNDB, like the players in the French forest-wood industry, is particularly attentive to the developments shaping the world of tomorrow. Focus on his collaboration with Nelly Rodi.

26.03.21  Diamantino Pinho: Casa Santarém

In Santarém (Portugal), the Diamantino Pinho agency has just delivered a contemporary house open to nature. A bright and authentic villa that immediately stands out for its minimalist architecture.


With BLACK BINOPTIC, DELABIE designs designer taps for high-end sanitary ware. Focus on an innovative product.

17.03.21  Paf workshop: Fontevraud Abbey

Although the last few months have been marked by the closure of cultural venues, some daring scenographies, which have remained in the draft stage or have been produced, still manage to stand out. The one imagined by Paf Atelier for the Abbey of Fontevraud (49) particularly caught our attention with its pop aesthetic and its unique layout.

16.03.21  Bleu Provence: retro has never been so trendy!

With its range of made in Italy design products, Bleu Provence gives back its letters of nobility to the bathroom. Its irreproachable and inimitable know-how in the design of sinks, toilets, bathtubs and accessories makes luxury products accessible at unbeatable prices. Why resist?

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