Paris articles

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Paris co-living complex Flatmates is a revolutionary take on the shared living space

Paris – Cutwork developed affordable, on-demand and durable modular furnishings for the complex, solutions that give inhabitants maximum possibilities with their space.

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Spaces for learning don't have to look the part, proves ChartierDalix in Paris

Paris – ‘Most law faculties tend to be quite conservative and tame, and focus on their eye-catching libraries. This project avoids such conventionalities.’

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'It goes without saying that art should have a constructive role in solving conflicts...'

Israeli environmental sculptor Dani Karavan shares his opinions in our publication Can Art Aid in Resolving Conflicts?: 100 Perspectives.

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The Client of the Year title went to a retailer that's redefining the department store

Rather than surrender to the threat of e-commerce, Frame Awards 2020 winner Galeries Lafayette is rewriting the typological codes of the department store.

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Why Kenzo’s plastic AW20 set is a symbol for Bureau Betak’s commitment to the planet

Paris – The tubular build-out for the set will be reused ad infinitum, in accordance with a new sustainability pledge made by Alexandre de Betak and his agency.

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How Dior used its AW20 set to make a bold feminist statement

Paris – Dior worked with Paris-based collective Claire Fontaine to design the graphically emphatic show venue.

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AMO transformed a landmark Paris building into a bold Miu Miu runway

Paris – Held at Palais d’Iena, the Italian brand’s AW20 show featured the patterns, textures and colours of a bygone era.

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Why this Parisian apartment eschews walls for curved wooden partitions

Paris – Curved plywood walls delineate space in a 19th-century Haussmannian apartment updated by Toledano + Architects.

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Here's what stood out at Maison&Objet 2020

Paris – We share our highlights from the Paris lifestyle, decoration and design fair, which focuses on millennial consumer habits this year.

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Google humanizes its smart offerings with a brand space in Paris

Paris – Elodie Ricord Studio has collaborated with Uzik Agency to design a porous work, training and lounge space for Google France in Paris.

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Retail Trends 2019: Windowless Storefronts

In an age of hyper-rich media and click-and-collect shopping, many brands are questioning the role traditional storefronts play in attracting and engaging customers.

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Will our changing dating habits inform the built environment?

Paris – Tinder's Élodie Fagan explains how artists inform the dating app’s innovations, what empowerment means in a digital age, and how singledom informs the built environment.

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