Articles tagged France

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Design Parade pick: This Colombian designer highlights the other side of gold

Hyères – Simon Ballen Botero’s Suelo Orfebre, showcased at Design Parade, is a glassware project that combines post-colonial reckoning with embedded community research. 

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A French duo brought the elegance of marble to a space made out of soap

Toulon – Zoù Maë, an installation mostly made out of Marseille soap, became the dual winner of this edition of this year’s Design Parade Toulon. Here’s why.

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These French architects want you to be able to nap properly – anywhere

Toulon – Victoria Ayayi and Gabriel Vuillemin, the winners of our Eyes on Talents x Frame mention at this Design Parade Toulon, know how much effort it takes to do nothing.

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Here are our top objects, spaces and places from this year’s Design Parade

Toulon – From a heartfelt statement against the blackboxing of home appliances to Pantone-defying shades of blue, here are our picks from this edition of Design Parade.

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An unsightly shed on the French shore was converted into a comfortable cabin

Normandy, France – Freaks Architecture turned a concrete storage space into the ‘Viking house’, a perfect getaway from the Parisian life.

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This Parisian house marries technology with green surroundings

Paris – Villa S, an interconnected residence designed by Jakob + MacFarlane, pays an homage to Art Nouveau by blending together machine and organic form.

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Here’s what works – and what doesn’t – at the new Galeries Lafayette Champs Élysées

Paris – Three months after its opening, how is the Galeries Lafayette Champs Élysées faring when it comes to the overall in-store experience? 

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Can exhibition design help promote cross-cultural creative dialogue?

Shenzhen – A Shenzhen exhibition designed by Döppel Studio and Désormeaux/Carrette speaks of the future of transnational design collaborations. 

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Studio Robert Stadler brings Paris' iconic bistro chairs into the 21st century

Paris – Studio Robert Stadler safeguards a noteworthy element of Parisian bistro culture for modern day by reviving the design of the City of Light's unmissable rattan chairs.

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A newly opened hair salon in Paris is biophilic in form and foliage

Paris – Joshua Florquin Architecture designed Les Dada East, a salon-cum-cultural-space near Bastille that has an architectural ‘forest’ built within.

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Five exhibitions not to miss at Cité du design during Biennale Saint-Étienne 2019

Saint-Étienne, France – The 11th edition of Biennale Saint-Étienne – entitled Me, You, Nous – focuses on finding common ground between people through design.

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It’s not in Versailles, but it might as well be: Balmain’s new Paris flagship has its own hall of mirrors

Paris – Studio AMV’s Rue Saint-Honoré flagship for the French fashion house expresses a contemporary homage to the City of Light.