July 2, 2015
Know the New 6 Design Talents from M&O Paris September 2015
Fresh and new design wind will reached Paris together with Maison et Objet 2015. Maison et Objet September 2015 is one of the most professional events in interior design world, which improves design future and represents new designers.
This year French trade fair will introduce new talented interior design artists.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 world wide improving the power of aesthetics, beauty and interior.
We would like to introduce you 6 news design talents which will come on stage at Maison et Objet Paris September 2015.
Gilles started his career studying architecture, after he turned to object design. During his studies he started collaborating with Pierre Gonalons.
Gilles is inspired by the famous Parisian auction room. He is also in interested in the arts of 18th century.
Biomimetics are the main aspect of designers creativity.
Camille gain his experience during his traveling, improving knowledge in Berlin and Netherlands.
His project SILLON was selected to receive one of the 2015 Creation Assistance Awards.
Designer uses low-cost materials such as polypropylene.
LAURA LYNN JANSEN & THOMAS VAILLY
After graduating Laura Lynn Jansen has produced award-winning project and splits her career into advising, teaching and creating her own research based projects.
Two years after graduation Thomas Vailly founded his studio where was focused on materials of industrial design.
The combination of two different approaches of designers result perfect feeling of shape and material.
Arthur Gillet is a performer and a designer.
In 2011, he graduated with distinction from the Rennes School of Fine Arts.
He pushes past the frontiers of graphical arts to create whole artistic experiences.
FLORIAN DACH & DIMITRI ZEPHIR
Florian Dach and Dimitri Zephir trained respectively at ESAAB in Nevers and Ecole Boulle, then met at the National Higher School of Decorative Arts in Paris.
Observation of daily behaviors is the aspect of their creativity.
Both of them share common values – a passion for craftsmanship and a constant search.
Set in the five continents, their experimental projects are tightly linked with local human and material resources.
Each of the creatives are the projects of environment.
Some of their scenography work offers an interactive experience with the object displayed.
Part of 2015 Paris Design Week, Maison et Objet will happen from 4-8 of September, bringing the must know 2016 furniture trends, as well the works of the new design talents.