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PARIS DESIGN WEEK (Part 3): Now! Le off, the selection

PARIS DESIGN WEEK (Part 3): Now! Le off, the selection

PARIS DESIGN WEEK (Part 3):

Now! Le Off, the selection

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It is with some delay that here finally the third and last part on the Paris Design Week: The selection of the best projects exposed at the event Now! Le Offshow, where designers already well known, less known or even students have joined forces to present various, innovative, and sometimes surprising projects. Decoding and introduction of the new generation.

 

 

 

Følsom Studio + Ateliers Synapses

 

Paris Design Week, Now! The off, Folsom Studio, synapses workshops, Maar collection
Paris Design Week, Now! The off, Folsom Studio, synapses workshops, Maar collection
Paris Design Week, Now! The off, Folsom Studio, synapses workshops, Maar collection

One of the first projects to have undoubtedly drawn attention to the Off of the Paris Design Week, Is the result of a collaboration between designers, FØLSOM STUDIO, makers, ATELIERS SYNAPSES*, and a material, the epoxy resin Laverdure. Indeed, it is all in subtlety that this radiant material has been associated with the softness of the light wood in order to give birth to the coffee table and the table of the collection Maar, whose deep blue and even hypnotic invites us to literally immerse our eyes and our thoughts. Also added is the wall mirror Mage, a nice sober and efficient element that confirms The feminine and graceful universe Delivered by the three naïve bees of Følsom Studio.

*The Ateliers Synapses are located in the Parisian region and allow the creatives the prototyping and design of furniture and objects, by the association and the expertise of Mathieu Levy (metal, resins, foams, etc.), and Bruno Clanet (wood, steel, brass, marble, etc.).

Photographs by © AuStudio

 

 

 

Frédéric Pellenq

 

Paris Design Week, Now! Le off, Frédéric Pellenq, Lodge collection, Dale
Paris Design Week, Now! The off, Frédéric Pellenq, Lodge collection, Josie
Paris Design Week, Now! The off, Frédéric Pellenq, Gemini collection, George

FREDERIC PELLENQ And his creations began to appear on the design media a little less than a year ago, the work of this young architect being noticed for his Sculptural style, deliberately irregular and arousing curiosity. His work, comparable to that of the new American wave, is unique because of its availability in limited quantity, but also because Frédéric Pellenq shaped each piece of wood by himself, a refined technique alongside Valentin Loellmann, in the Netherlands. If you already knew the inseparable duo Gemini made up of George & Jim (here is George, bottom right), now find out the first complete collection of the designer: Lodge, consisting of a harness, a chair, a coffee table and a bench, where the elegance of the oak and the much more modest aspect of the burnt Hazel are dialogued.

Recently, all of his work is available for sale at KOLKHOZEcongrats!

 

 

 

Elodie Stephan

 

Paris Design Week, Now! The off, Elodie Stephan, Meteor
Paris Design Week, Now! The off, Elodie Stephan, Meteor

Meteor Is the kind of project that creates surprise, and even more, wonder. Projects of this kind, not looking for the form – or Very little – But rather the sensation that the installation will produce on the spectator, we see little. ELODIE STEPHAN Was at heart to reveal the kind of ephemeral moments that arouse happiness, unanimously. Rainbows, of course. A little poetry in this world of brutes is offered to you thanks to a material elaborated in part of the glass and makes this piece realized in a center of training and Research, in order to unravel the mystery of the appearance of the long-awaited colorful ark. Thanks to an imposing structure called to delicacy and sensitivity -You can view the VIDEO here And if your curiosity is the strongest, you may see a rainbow...

Meteor received the Observer's record of design 2018.

Photographs by © Mathias de latte

 

 

 

Grégoire de Lafforest 

 

Paris Design Week, Now! Le off, Grégoire de Dass, Mono Mirror
Paris Design Week, Now! Le off, Grégoire de Dass, Mono Mirror
Paris Design Week, Now! Le off, Grégoire de Dass, Mono Mirror
Paris Design Week, Now! Le off, Grégoire de Dass, Mono Mirror

It's been a while that you can't spend a year without noticing the new project GREGOIRE DE LAFFOREST, for example, the interior designer must Archibird Cage and Ara Room Divider. On the occasion of this 2017 edition of the Paris Design Week Now! Le Off, the Mono mirror was displayed on the booth of Ateliers Synapses (see above), who realized the object for the designer. Thought as if the weight of the mirror had finally distorted the wood under its weight, thus anchoring its mineral mass to the appearance yet fine and delicate. A game of gravity and valorisation of two materials opposed to each other, this project of the French designer Also takes part of a simple hook to demystify the object. Nice work.

Photographs by © Jérôme Galland

 

 

 

Julien Manaira

 

Paris Design Week, Now! The off, Julien Manaira, the Once Liquid Plastic
Paris Design Week, Now! The off, Julien Manaira, the Once Liquid Plastic
Paris Design Week, Now! The off, Julien Manaira, the Once Liquid Plastic

JULIEN MANAIRA Gives Letters of nobility to plastic And how it is worked through the presentation of the project The Once Liquid Plastic, which also earned him the RADO Star Prize 2017, and on display at the Paris Design Week. The gradient appearance of the object is obtained through a process of succession of several moulds, such as layers, which gradually build the object in its entirety. This meticulous implementation, in addition to highlighting a material to which one does not expect, plays on the fact of bringing a human and temporal dimension to the shaping of the project. Indeed, the task is tenfold thanks to the different moulds, the hand spends more time in contact with the material, and for the better.

 

 

 

 SCMP DESIGN OFFICE

 

Paris Design Week, Now! The off, SCMP DESIGN OFFICE, Runway
Paris Design Week, Now! The off, SCMP DESIGN OFFICE, Runway
Paris Design Week, Now! The off, SCMP DESIGN OFFICE, Runway
Paris Design Week, Now! The off, SCMP DESIGN OFFICE, Runway

It had been a while since I had noticed the draft SCMP DESIGN OFFICE, Runway, so it was impossible to miss the opportunity to see the creature with my own eyes when Now! Le Off. Its incomparable form was never seen until then which gives additional strength to the project. Inspired by the lights on the slopes of landing, the duo SCMP – Sébastien Cluzel and Morgane Pathak – gives a new function to this form and offers, at the same time, to the design field a new shape to consider. The four swiveling and adjustable heads of Runway In fact, in my opinion, a nice alternative to Office linear Lights, its blue color allowing it above all to settle in one of the most popular categories: those who stand out.

This beautiful object apparently looks for a publisher... to good hearing!

Update 2018: The project is now published by Lambert & Fils!

 

 

 

 Dmitry Hlinka + Pauline Androlus and Jeanne Riot

 

Paris Design Week, Now! The off, Dmitry Hlinka, Sidobre
Paris Design Week, Now! The off, Dmitry Hlinka, Sidobre
Paris Design Week, Now! The off, Dmitry Hlinka, Sidobre
Paris Design Week, Now! The off, Pauline Androlus and Jeanne Riot, Palm Stone Collection
Paris Design Week, Now! The off, Pauline Androlus and Jeanne Riot, Palm Stone Collection

It is in the context of a project funded and supported by the association Granite and Stones of the Sidobre, in the Tarn, in order to have the granite recognized as a material for interior and design, which DIMITRY HLINKA and PAULINE AND JEANNE -as well as the designers Thomas Dumoulin, Luigi Priolo and Pierre Furnemont – Have presented at the Paris Design Week Now! Le Off A hybrid office Sidobre For the first, and a collection of two lamps, Palm Stone, for the other two.

The desk of Dimitry Hlinka is a piece on which the granite seems to take root and grow to overwhelm the copper and walnut wood to which it is allied, while drawing inspiration from the tales and legends of the Tarn. This anthropomorphic dimension seems to give life to Sidobre Before our eyes...

Pauline Androlus and Jeanne Riot They proposed an opposition between this heavy and crude material that is granite to the nobility of the copper of the Durfort, which was long the Occitan capital of this material. Or the wager of creating a luxurious and modern collection, arousing envy, thanks to materials whose existence and shaping go back to the dawn of time.

Dmitry Hlinka: Photographs by © Alexandra Babary.

Pauline and Jeanne: Photographs by © Pauline Androlus & Jeanne Riot.

 

 

 

COSE

 

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Paris Design Week, Now! The off, COSE PARTNERS, Frame Chair
Paris Design Week, Now! The off, COSE PARTNERS, Frame Chair

The young duo of designers from COSE – Sebile Tatar and Corentin Renaud – Exhibited a collection of inspirations Post-modernists Composed of a coffee table, Attached Coffee Table, and a chair, Frame Chair during this edition of Paris Design Week. It is impossible not to be attracted to a work that is akin to decorative and exuberant audacity – In a good way! – That the Italians know how to show. Indeed, it is rare for young designers to venture into a luxurious language, preferring most of the time to the sophistication of more modest materials. That's why Cose comes out of the lot: reinterpreting a style 20 visibly pampered, the duo offers a sophisticated collection that one imagines easily throne in a gallery of the Brera neighborhood, in Milan. Bravo.

 

 

Thanks to all the designers for their contribution to this article!

 

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Originally posted 2017-10-16 09:30:33.

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Chloé founded Huskdesignblog in 2016. Ever since, she is decoding every nook and cranny to find the best interiors and furniture ideas for her beloved readers and followers, eager for beautiful things.

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