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.
The 30 May 5 2016 June, D'Days festival transforms the capital observation platform, discoveries and exchanges on the challenges and prospects of the design sector, including the co-creation of a course sports by Unqui Designers and residents of the Plaine de l'Ourcq.
From May 30 to June 5, the 16th edition of D'Days will take place. The festival is joining forces for the first time with the Gaîté lyrique and the Audi talents awards for an exceptional event to discover sound design: the Sound Design Party on June 4.
On the occasion of Days to be held from May 30 5 2016 June on the theme of r / evolution, the National School of Decorative Arts gave the floor to representatives of the younger generation of designers.
From the Palais Royal to Saint-Germain, from the Bastille to Pantin, around a hundred events are planned in 70 places in Paris on the occasion of the D'Days which will take place from May 30 to June 5, 2016. This unmissable festival in the world of design this year will question the future with a single watchword: r / evolution!
Saazs and architect Christian Biecher benefit of Designer's Days to stage the new possibilities offered by hybrid glasses, through which a microarchitecture consists of a wooden structure clad in glass panels Quantum Glass.
For its second collection, the publisher Oxyo called on the young designer Guillaume Delvigne. For Designer's Days his "Lilypad" table and his "Woodmoss" side table will be presented at the Dynamo de Pantin on a scenography by Studio Brichet Ziegler.
Emmanuel Gallina is exhibiting the "Tapparelle" collection he created for the Colé publishing house at the Grande Halle de la Villette as part of the Designer's Days. This series consists of a desk and storage furniture inspired by the universe of the writer as it was perceived before the computer age.