The French Design 100, the only French prize rewarding the international action of its designers, has set itself the task of selecting the 100 objects (furniture, decoration, etc.) and spaces (hotels, shops, restaurants, etc.) that make promote French design throughout the world.
When the Faïencerie de Charolles crosses paths with designer Baptiste Lanne, the result is a furiously contemporary light, imbued with simplicity, excellent craftsmanship with its work on surface, contrast and form.
Originally designed for a harpsichordist, the Epinette stool is a three-legged stool, designed by Dutch designer Huub Ubbens and made/edited in Cévennes chestnut wood by Arnaud Mainardi, founder of Atelier Chatersèn.
From March 4 to April 4, 2022, madd-bordeaux will present design creations made at the National School of Art and Design in Limoges. Enough to expose the area opened up by ceramics to question the process of creation and the field of production of objects.
Born from the collaboration between FMG Shapes and the ovre.design® architecture studio in Reggio Emilia, the Imera collection was created to assert the identity of marble in the most luxurious residential and hotel projects…
While waiting for their big annual meeting in the fall with the best of design and fashion, from the vintage and contemporary worlds, Les Puces du Design are offering a selective edition, 08% vintage, from April 10 to 100.
For Lison de Caunes, straw marquetry is a childhood memory. She became familiar with this material very early on in the workshop of her grandfather and master of Art Deco, the decorator André Groult. Portrait.
First joint collection between SV Casa, a specialist in luxury pieces for the most prestigious hotels, and the famous British interior designer Kelly Hoppen, who signs here a collection of accessories that make us fall in love...