The young French designer Johan Viladrich (born in 1991) creates minimalist furniture from industrial materials. It was at the Brussels gallery Eleven Steens last January that we noticed his refined creations. Back to the “Ratio” collection which is the starting point for his quest for the perfect design.
It seems that fashion is an eternal restart. However, some objects pass through time without ever taking a wrinkle! This is the case with these six iconic chairs that continue to fascinate design enthusiasts year after year. Signed Charlotte Perriand, Gae Aulenti or Philippe Starck, a look back at the unique character of the seats.
After three collections of inspired furniture, The New Wave, The Beach Club and Golden, designer and interior designer Sarah Ellison signs her fourth collection. Called Sol, this new series is emblematic of the solar style of the Australian designer.
The Muller Van Severen studio, created by the Flemish designer couple Fien Muller - former photographer - and Hannes Van Severen - sculptor by training - is launching a collection of minimalist furniture with the same material as aluminum tubes.
The Dutch brand Zuiver is committed to eco-responsible design and unveils the “Thirsty” range, a collection of chairs made from recycled plastic. The result ? Timeless and refined models which prove that for an aesthetic result, there is no need to bet on polluting materials and design methods!
Ceramics are making a comeback, it's official! But no question of being satisfied with granny's plates and bowls. Thanks to numerous designer studios, ceramics are entering the 21st century and adopting bold shapes and colors. The perfect example to illustrate this trend? The young Caudex Studio, founded less than a year ago in Brooklyn, which amazes us with its sculptural vessels.
A “borderline” and prolific designer, Florence Doléac imagines objects, halfway between art and design, with a lot of humor. The designer from Toulouse, now based in Douarnenez in Brittany, told us, between two courses at the National School of Decorative Arts, her practice of design, her relationship to creation and her daring projects. Meet.
Imagined by the Hong Kong designer Melissa Yip for the Innermost brand, the Bud lamp is as fun as it is practical. Available in several colors, the portable luminaire is as small in size as it is large in idea!
From 5 to 8 March 2020, Brussels will host for the third consecutive year the international fair dedicated to contemporary design: COLLECTIBLE. By founding this event, the two art consultants, Clélie Debehault and Liv Vaisberg, made the Belgian capital a Mecca of design, one of the great, alongside Miami, Milan, London or Paris. Zoom on a young fair that is growing.
Korean designer Chiho Cheon imagines a series of furniture made from corrugated cardboard, cement and lacquer. Inspired by the homeless in Seoul (Korea), he reinterprets the materials of the station in his hometown and the makeshift accommodation of its less affluent inhabitants. A colorful project that hides an important social dimension.