It will have taken five years for this project that we are presenting to you at the end of 2021 to emerge. At the helm, the Fritsch+Durisotti studio, which won the European call for tenders under the terms of a vast competition launched by the RATP for the renewal of its RER stations. An ambitious project that has earned them the Janus de L'Industrie label of excellence.
Good news for fans of eco-responsible city breaks! Eklo, the young group of “eco, green and friendly” hotels, is extending its network and taking up residence in Toulouse. This brand new establishment, nestled in the heart of an architectural achievement that is as innovative as it is respectful of the environment, opened its doors on 13 June. On the menu: varied accommodation offer, living space open to the city, design and relaxed atmosphere, address ideally located in an eco-district...
KOYORI is a new brand of sophisticated products that embody the distinct sense of Japanese aesthetics. Collaborating with contemporary designers around the world, KOYORI produces quality furniture and home accessories with elegant designs that transcend borders. The official launch of KOYORI will take place during Milan Design Week in June 2022.
For spring 2022, Svenskt Tenn is teaming up with Charlotte Lynggaard and launching a tableware collection. Called The North Sea, it includes two tablecloths, three different napkins, a placemat, two trays and two pewter napkin rings. The collection is inspired by nature, like the jewelry Charlotte designs for her brand Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen.
From June 14 to 19, 2022 Laffanour Galerie Downtown participates in the 16th edition of Design Miami Basel 2022, placed under the theme of "The Golden Age", and showcases a forest of "Akari" lights by the American-born artist. Japanese Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988).
Creation of the Toulouse-based artist designer Kamel Sécraoui, alias "Chat Maigre", Naëlou is a participatory bench, carrying messages, fraternal values and poetry. It is offered as a support for dedications and thoughts, which are then transcribed directly into the material of this street furniture with modern lines. Thus, each piece becomes a unique element.
Every day, some 3,7 million visitors pass through Shinjuku Station in Tokyo. It is also considered the busiest transportation hub in the world. In an effort to revitalize this space, the East Japan Railway Company (JR-East) called on Moment Factory, in collaboration with Sony Music Solutions.