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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.

A graduate of Hongik University (South Korea), South Korean designer Jihye Kang imagines minimalist furniture with astonishing light effects and iridescent reflections.

Long considered old-fashioned, wallpaper is making a resounding comeback in our interiors, in particular thanks to new designs inspired by specialized brands. A turn that the Italian brand Wall & deco has been able to take brilliantly since its CWC collection - for Contemporary Wallpaper Collection - offers unique models, ranging from vintage coverings to graphic wallpapers, including panels suitable for the exterior. Zoom on walls that have character!

For their latest furniture collection called “Connection”, the duo of the design studio Estudio Persona imagines sculptural pieces in sober tones in wood, metal or mohair fabric.

While most museums and galleries remain closed during this exceptional period of deconfinement, the editorial staff of Muuuz looks back at five design events that marked the year 2019.

The Syrian designer and architect Talin Hazbar draws his inspiration from past civilizations, experiments with raw materials and signs pieces of organic furniture. The stalactite suspensions of his latest collection "Lithic" pay homage to the popular tale The Creature's Cave, whose intrigue takes place in the mountains of Khor Fakkan and Fujairah (United Arab Emirates).

In this time conducive to documentary viewing, the design editor Vitra unveils “Chair Times”, a film which traces the history of the chair through 125 objects from the collection of the Vitra Design Museum. From the XNUMXth century to the most recent creations, a look back at an artefact that says a lot about its time.

Polish designer Marcin Rusak's “White Perma” collection imprisons plants in hybrid resin forms. A poetic language from which is born unique and atypical furniture.
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