Controversy yesterday, appreciated today, the installations arranged by contemporary artists in the streets of the capital often provoke media debates before melting into the urban landscape. After the recent controversy of Jeff Koons's Bouquet of Tulips, the Muuuz editorial team offers you a tour of the most remarkable and remarkable urban installations in Paris!
Ukrainian designer, Daria Zinovatnaya stands out with a colorful style largely inspired Memphis years. A spirit halfway between pop and colorful nostalgia and contemporary realization that manifests itself in each of his creations.
Two girls, three boys. Thomas Ballouhey, Fabien Cappello, Elise Fouin, Leonard Kadid and Hélène Labadie embody the crème de la crème of young French designers. A generation that travels, exposes, creates freely. Focus on the five French creators of the moment to follow very closely.
Formed by the Franco-German duo Guillaume Neu-Rinaudo and Birgit Severin, Studio B. Severin defends a conceptual approach to design that commands admiration. No frills or superfluous effects in their aesthetic creations that confront life. Zoom on the meeting of two passionate designers.
The Eiffel Tower, the Palace of Versailles or the Basilica of Saint-Denis, the list of iconic architectural works of Ile-de-France is long as the arm. But the Paris region does not count fortunately that works from previous centuries and brutalist architecture is prominently in our heritage. So for a visit of another kind, the editorial office of Muuuz offers you a tour of the iconic buildings of the movement!
The days when clothes were the only stars of fashion shows are well and truly over. For several years now, creators have been betting more and more on more inventive and decadent sets, hoping to mark the fashionable forever. The opportunity for us to come back on the most beautiful scenographies of the spring-summer edition 2020.
On the Côté de Chez Vous, the creative label created by Leroy Merlin opens the third edition of its call for Young Talent projects around the theme "Welcome." After two successful years, this incubator offers once again to the new generation of designers to rethink the habitat of tomorrow.
Each year, the European Heritage Days show the general public the wealth of the French architectural and artistic heritage. An unmissable event to be held, for the 36th edition, 21 and 22 next September. Focused this year on the theme "Arts and Entertainment", the event offers an anthology of visits and entertainment. Overview of our selection for this cultural weekend!
As every year for nine years, Paris becomes the capital of design for a week full of color. Through this year's "Hybrid" theme, the event invites designers, artists and even architects to invest near 200 venues, between galleries and public spaces. It was enough for the editorial Muuuz is a joy to wander the capital in search of pearls of this new edition. Back on our favorites!
The sleek interiors, it's elegant ... but sometimes too, it must be said, a little boring. This is good because the current trend is to color! In facade, in coating, on the furniture, the architecture is adorned with many tones for the happiness of our eyes. A craze for bright shades that we have not missed and that we decrypt for you this week. Back on the colors that make the world of architecture and design vibrate this year.