During the last edition of the FIAC, the fourth generation of Henri Matisse heirs presented to the world his new project: the Maison Matisse, a design editor that promises to reinterpret the iconic paintings of the great French painter into contemporary objects. For their first permanent collection, the Maison is teaming up with the Franco-Polish designer Marta Bakowski who imagines for the occasion crockery inspired by the 1939 painting, “The Music”.
For his new furniture collection, the Lebanese interior designer and designer Richard Yasmine was inspired by the historic buildings of his native country, and more particularly by the arches so characteristic of this cultural heritage.
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.
Co-founder and director of Atelier Sauvage, cabinetmaker and designer Albane Salmon draws and manufactures solid wood objects halfway between sculpture and cabinetmaking, thus playing the card of creativity.
Designer Patrick Norguet has teamed up with the French company specializing in Postforming layout to produce an original collection of screens and screens. Called "SEE U", the series elegantly responds to new demands for spatial organization linked to the current health situation.