Parisian designer Laurent Corio has designed the Smarty step stool for Eno, a small piece of furniture with a thousand uses that allows you to sit, stand and stand. The result of the union of a stool and a stepladder, Smarty is a clever hybrid exhibited at NOW! Design à Vivre at Maison & Objet du
Elegant and light, Laurent Corio's Fioriness floral-inspired lamps are unveiled at NOW! Design à Vivre at the Maison & Objet fair. Like a flower in its vase, the light crowns its container, sensitive and
Composed of a steel structure and a wooden seat, the "Koi Chair" can be used indoors or outdoors and is inspired by the metal grilles surrounding the gardens and covering the doors and windows of apartments and houses. Singapore. Created by the Jarrod Lim design studio, the "Koi Chair" was presented by Innermost at the Maison & Objet fair in
On the occasion of the Days, the National School of Decorative Arts invites young designers graduates to present their work at Bastille Design Center. The interior designer Eva Kouadio present a series of experiments around the pavilion volume and different ways of living.
On the occasion of the Days, the National School of Decorative Arts invites young designers graduates to present their work at Bastille Design Center. With Bone / Annaba, the interior designer and set designer Lucie Calise invites us to discover a memory palace where materialize the memories and emotional representations qu'Hermance Piacentino has kept his hometown.
On the Days Festival in coproduction with Panerai, propose this year an expedition to the dimensions of the cold light through a retrospective of the work Daan Roosegaarde, exposed to the Decorative Arts Museum.
On the occasion of the Days of the festival, Bernard Chauveau Edition and the Higher School of Art and Design in Reims (ESAD) invest the Decorative Arts Museum and have a selection of unpublished work of young designers from the School .
The Decorative Arts Museum welcomes TAIWAN - UNFOLDING. Designed by the Hand in Hand Association, with the support of Ministry of Culture of Taiwan and the Taiwan Cultural Centre in Paris, the exhibition reveals the ties between the craftsmen, artists and designers with Taiwanese paper.
Winner of the Audi talents awards 2015, Isabelle Daëron presents "Chantepleure-sur-Seine" on the lawn of the Museum of Decorative Arts. Point phase of its project "Topical or utopian desire to live streams", this facility has a first part of his work on the revaluation of non-potable water network of the City of Paris.
The 30 May 5 2016 the June festival DAYS OF invests Paris and offers a vision of design, vector of economic, cultural and social. Crucible for exchange, discovery and thinking, DAYS OF settled this year in the parent institution of the discipline: Decorative Arts. The museum becomes the natural anchor of the festival, in the heart of a unique program where marry crafts and contemporary design.