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PARIS DESIGN WEEK (Part 2): The Best Events

PARIS DESIGN WEEK (Part 2): The Best Events

PARIS DESIGN WEEK (Part 2): The Best Events

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This second part is again devoted to the Paris Design Week is an opportunity to present a selection of the best finds in terms of events and products. Indeed, during the offsite eventoff the beaten track and out of the spotlight Maison&ObjetThis was an opportunity for some to show their latest project and what they were capable of. Meet some extraordinary personalities and objects that will soon be part of our daily lives.

 

 

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Kristen de la Vallière - Corea Corner

 

Say hi to_, Corea Corner, Paris Design Week 2017

This edition of Paris Design Week finally allowed me to meet Kristen, founder of Say Hi Towhich for the occasion presented the work of some thirty Korean designers, via the Korean Institute of Design Promotion. And it is thanks to a very talented creative team that the pop-up store was created, whose scenography was created in partnership with Ubalt Architects and Christopher Dessus.

Thus, upon entering the pop-up store, it was therefore impossible to ignore the finesse with which are thought and made the objects on view. Korean design comes to life in simplicity, the materials being chosen with the utmost care, offering to our eyes discovering for the first time - on no - their work as objects of pure design as we like. Among other things, we were able to discover the work of BKID (left) and MOTE (below) who, like all exposed designers, well deserves to be better known outside the Korean's borders. GO KOREA!

 

Say hi to_, Corea Corner, Paris Design Week 2017
Say hi to_, Corea Corner, Paris Design Week 2017, Ubalt Architects
Say hi to_, Corea Corner, Paris Design Week 2017, Mote

 Photos by Valentin Fougeray.

 

 

 

TRIODE

Atelier de Troupe, Pamela Shamshiri and Brendan Ravenhill – Triode Goes West

 

Paris Design Week, Triode Goes West, Brendan Ravenhill
Paris Design Week, Triode Goes West, Brendan Ravenhill

The exhibition organised by the Parisian gallery Triode was an opportunity to pay tribute to a great figure of Californian modernist architecture: Rudolf Schindler, his house and his famous Sling Chairshere republished by Marmol RadzinerBringing together three exclusive admirers of the avant-garde architect's work, it was also presented alongside his work and his history with pieces byAtelier de TroupePamela Shamshiri and Brendan Ravenhill.

When the first protagonist, Gabriel Abraham – Founder of Atelier de Troupe – creates a series of light fixtures (bottom left) directly inspired by the decorative world of the beginning of the century with accents of modernism, Pamela Shamshiri is bringing back to life some essential parts of Schindler's workincluding a minimalist trolley (top right)as well as a light fixture created especially for Atelier de Troupe. Finally Brendan Ravenhill - thus completing the Los Angeles trio - presents the Church Light (top left) designed to illuminate the church Bethlehem of Los Angeles, and was designed by Rudolf Schindler... The circle comes back around for this story during the Paris Design Week But American Design still has a lot to offer us...

 

Paris Design Week, Triode Goes West, Atelier de Troupe
Paris Design Week, Triode Goes West, Rudolf Schindler, Sling Chair

 

 

 

YOUTH EDITIONS

Joris Poggioli, designer, introduces his new collection

 

Paris Design Week, Youth Editions, Aglae Laque console
Paris Design Week, Youth Editions, Bureau Marcello

It was impossible to avoid the presentation of the new Youth Editions collection at the occasion of the Paris Design WeekThe collection was cleverly staged in the heart of a Haussmanian building, with the lines of the furniture on display shining through. It is with simple and soft forms that the collection takes shape before our eyes, taking us into a world between ultra-modernity and mythology - in relation to the names chosen - but also to the ambient poetry that encompasses the work of Joris Poggioli.

Aglae, Marcello, Euphrosyne and Estremoz give rise to a complete collection, with sophisticated details, surfing between useful objects and decorative sculptures... From a pragmatic point of view, Youth Editions is also one of these young Houses ready to renew the genre in terms of publishing. Indeed, the brand is open to collaborations with other young talents to enrich the collection with finesse and innovation, thus allowing a new publishing medium to emerge. The work is beautiful, the initiative more than appreciated.

 

Paris Design Week, Youth Editions, Aglae Marquina console
Paris Design Week, Youth Editions, Console Talhie Estremoz
Paris Design Week, Youth Editions, Euphrosyne console
Paris Design Week, Youth Editions, Miroir Kika

 

 

 

DESJEUX DELAYE

First Lighting collection, published by MR Agency

 

Paris Design Week, Desjeux-Delaye, Lighting, L'hipocryte

And finally, the Paris Design Week was an opportunity for the architectural duo to Desjeux-Delaye to present their collection of luminaires, Lightingedited by MR Agency. Composed of a dozen pieces with contemporary materials and forms inherited from the decorative spirit of the 1930s, the collection materially declines human traits: this is how the Complex, the Hipocryte, the Nervous, the Disordered the space in which they are displayed. 

Playing between the terms of the fragility of the soul and the properties of materials that counterbalance these defects, Desjeux-Delaye designed a collection in accordance with their love of the mixture of genres and times while claiming detail as the essential element of each creation.

 

Paris Design Week, Desjeux-Delaye, Lighting, La Prudente
Paris Design Week, Desjeux-Delaye, Lighting, Le Désordonné
Paris Design Week, Desjeux-Delaye, Lighting, Le Complexé and le Nerveux

 

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Sources: Say Hi to, Triode, S2H Communication 

 

Originally posted 2017-10-02 11:05:36.

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