This September French trade fair will introduce new talented interior design giants. The artistic space in Maison et Objet was offered for 6 up-and-coming names. The new design talents will show their works and will have an opportunity to introduce them worldwide, improving the power of aesthetics, beauty and interior. Interior Design Giants gives you a sneak peek!
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Founders of the review DAS, they produce conceptual creations somewhere between art and design. The Backdrop series plays with stainless steel and folding it to shape an allegory of New York.
He imagined Furrow, a collection of chairs made from low-cost materials. Foldable, playful and recyclable… Bingo! The idea won over the VIA (Valorisation de l’Innovation dans l’Ameublement), which invited him to be part of its Aid to Creation 2015 program. This year, the designer also finalized an organic Encore rug and the very surprising Halo light fixture.
Florian, who is technical and pragmatic, and Dimitri, who has a passion for the history of cultures, have shared their differing sensibilities. Complementary thinkers, they reinvent design by questioning uses and exploring artisan craftsmanship. What’s their latest? A collaboration with Faïencerie George in Nevers, and a project for a chair with the brand Tiban, born in Guadeloupe – like Dimitri. The first prototypes come out in September.
She’s Dutch, he’s French. Graduates of Design Academy Eindhoven, they bring their talents together to produce works that revamp the production process (Thomas Vailly also studied mechanical engineering) and awaken the poetic power of perspectives (a passion of hers).
The Candle lamp, the Op Art screen… his first works embodied a purity of line and a marked verticality. Glass, steel, metal—the raw materials he is drawn to are given a monochromatic finish for a solidly modern feel.
A graduate of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Rennes, this eccentric rebel snubs his nose at the artistically correct in order to explore new, subversive visual territories.
See more about Maison et Objet Paris and the TALENTS À LA CARTE, September 2015 HERE.