Ukrainian artist Masha Reva unveils a series of objects as beautiful as paintings made in ceramic for the Nadiia brand. A light collection, borrowing the pictorial aesthetics of sketches by Henri Matisse or Pablo Picasso.
While in their infancy, the Swedes of Note Design Studio, coffee in hand, review each other's notebooks and dwell on the many sketches that populate their margins. Thus was born the exhibition "Marginal notes", an exercise in style without the slightest call for concrete results. It was without counting on the mark La Chance who sees in these drawings of the bases which will become thereafter emblematic. History.
The young duo of French designers Louis Ainesi and Quentin Ravasse presents the first collection of their HERAH creation workshop. Pieces of furniture and refined decoration, mixing the finesse of semi-precious stones with the simplicity of raw materials.
The Pompidou Center exhibits outside the walls an impressive collection of seats that have marked the history of design at the annual Festival Design Parade at the Naval Center of Toulon (83). The exhibition is organized in a colorful scenography by interior designer India Mahdavi.
Housed in abundant vegetation on the Provence plateau of Valensole (04), the Cabane Ricard Plantes Fraîches is an ephemeral installation imagined and arranged by Studio 5 • 5 around the new product of the Marseilles brand. The main objective of this atypical and solar refuge is to recreate the link with the surrounding nature while telling the story of pastis. Unusual discovery.
The Indian architect Bijoy Jain unveils a series of furniture under the banner of Studio Mumbai for the exhibition "Ceremonial Pieces" presented at the gallery Maniera from Brussels (Belgium) until August 24. A collection borrows an apparent fragility entirely handmade, reflecting the meticulous work of simple materials so dear to their creator.
The success story of the Francis mirror signed by French designer Constance Guisset continues. Its swirling patterns inspired by the movement of touches of paint on the surface of the water appear on a collection of three tables with surrealist attire.
The French ceramist Alison Thirion, exhibited at Maison Archik in Marseille (13), makes us dive into the waters of the big blue with its series of cups and pitchers, as graphic as delicate, inspired by the architecture of Muralla Roja de Spanish Ricardo Bofill.
Back to the future with the installation TWENTYTHIRTYFIVE prolific creator Virgil Abloh for which he reinterprets iconic pieces of French Jean Prouvé and brothers Eames from the archives of the Swiss publisher Vitra.
Last year, Du Côté de Chez Vous and Leroy Merlin invited young design talents to compete to sign the first capsule collection edited and distributed by their care with the sole constraint: imagine a graphic universe on the theme of "First spokes ". A grail won by the designer Lucille Boitelle which presents a deco set with spring tones and contours resolutely contemporary.