Specializing in concrete work, the designer Xiral Segard presented three of its projects to the City of Fashion and Design as part of the first Paris Design Week. We discovered Playtime, its slab floor and concrete wall that reinterprets the traditional technique of marquetry and

adapts to the technical nature of concrete, but also its outdoor lamp Gayalux and modular vase Konkurïto.

interior slab / Outdoor Floor and wall Playtime

Dressed and complementary geometric shapes, the slab Playtime can create floors and walls to the grounds more or less dense in places.

Materials: Concrete

Dimensions (L x W): 30 30 cm x

indoor use lamp Gayalux

concrete ball cracked a sliver of light, the Gayalux lamp is available in two sizes and in black or plain concrete.

Materials: Raw concrete or concrete black

Dimensions (?): 18 and 26 cm

modular Vase Konkurïto

Inspired by the "bento" Japanese, concrete vase Konkurïto 4 consists of stackable items that will fit the size of the vase to the bouquet and a lid that closes when all the flowers are wilted.

Materials: Concrete

Dimensions (LxWxH): x 13 13 28,5 cm x

For more information, visit the website Xiral Segard.

The first edition of the Paris Design Week took place from the 12 18 September 2011.

To know more, visit et the facebook page of the Paris Design Week.

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