Every year in September, Paris becomes the world capital of design, interior decoration, and lifestyle. This year is no exception. The Paris Design Week, held on 6-15 of September will celebrate the creativity and design, bringing the essence of Maison et Objet.
More than 200 venues, including BRABBU, are joining the event: showrooms, boutiques, galleries, ateliers, restaurants, cultural institutions, each housing an exclusive event.
Check down below more about this international event and inspire yourself!
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The exhibition dedicated to young talents is leaving Les Docks – Cité de la Mode et du Design and moving to Ground Control.
During Paris Design Week, the venue will become a stage for a selection of more than 40 up-and-coming designers from all over the world. It has been turned into a friendly cross-disciplinary venue where people can meet, share ideas, exhibit their art, make new discoveries and experiment.
Born and Raised
Paris Design Week has set up a specific stage dedicated at showing the works of former Rising Talents Award and Rado Star Prize winners. Named Born and Raised, this year the exhibition will be showcasing 21 French and international designers, who have come to present their new projects and collaborative designs.
Les Ateliers de Paris
The exhibition will question dining rituals and confront them with the rituals observed during a vernissage. It delivers services tailored to help professionals develop their business and provides offices to entrepreneurs with a creative project. Offering an “incubator for creative professionals”. If you want to see this exhibition, Salon H is the place, is where people come to show their work and engage in conversation.
Triode Design gallery
For their very first exhibition in Paris, the New York-based practice, established by Ryden and Lanette Rizzo, designs and manufactures a range of refined and pared-down lights, made by assembling natural materials like brass, glass, and solid wood.
For Paris Design Week, Jacques Barret, a specialist of contemporary American design for over 30 years, will present a selection of Allied Maker’s latest designs. Glass, brass, and wood are their materials of choice; all pieces are entirely hand-crafted in their Tribeca studio.
The Italian brand De Padova, which has recently opened a showroom in Rue de la Chaise, will present its new products this year. The brand has chosen to focus on sofas, with two distinct new propositions Blendy and Erei, respectively designed by Omi Tahara and Elisa Ossino.
The two young designers will be present on Thursday 6 September to speak about their experience treading in the footsteps of the iconic Milan-based brand.
Cyril Laborde, who established Red Editions in 2007, has found a way to build a brand that integrates today’s
greatest qualities: instantaneity and accessibility. Designed in Paris, his furniture can be manufactured in Vietnam or in the middle of the French countryside, then sold in Copenhagen or Hong Kong. The products are simple, colorful, functional, efficient, fun and help bring a vintage twist to private and contract interiors.
Boon, a concept established in 2007 and dedicated to promoting and supporting young talents in the fashion, art and design industries, has decided to open its very first retail store, the Boon_Room, on 6 September 2018. This gallery, co-designed by Danish brand Frama Copenhagen, will be showing and selling pieces by more than 40 artists, designers, and studios from all over the world, exclusively for Paris Design Week.
If you are curious, here I leave a big new! This new year, starting in September, MAISON&OBJET has chosen the theme Virtuous, highlighting the impact of quality, beauty, and – more importantly – fairness.
Everywhere in the world, new production methods, distribution practices, and consumption patterns emerge, with greater value placed on resources and work, which translate into fairer, more durable products that attempt to reconcile style and meaning.
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