“le French Design by VIA
French Design first meeting, trend and exposition platform through “le French Design”, VIA wants to give international readability and visibility to an ecosystem sustained by France, its schools, its makers, its artisanal and industrial savoir-faireand its cultural heritage."
Le club le French Design wants to hightlight the projects of its members every months according to different themes, to be discovered below :
Some boards assembled to create comfort. The ergonomic shell with facets
Assure the comfort, a wide and stable stand leg gives a comforting and warm image to this low fireside chair.
Stand out with identification and number of production engraved on the back crossbar
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Immersed Office is a room devoted to creation in a seaside Mediterranean villa. Evoking by its structure a boat that is soaked in the water, that workspace is meant to take its passenger in the depths of creativity, guided by the uniqueness of that environment.
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The Play YET ! elements – beech dowels and cork blocks - allow the reuse of virtually all of the elements, creating a functional construction, shelf, desk etc… smarin regularly offers construction workshops from recycled materials for adults and children.
Re-use, re-apply, re-play!
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Thanks to a cotton candy machine hacked by sensory engineers, Elodie and Rebecca transform the plastic grind - from the industrial production of Philippe Starck's "BUBU" defective stools - into petals, for an aerial scenography evoking clouds of microparticles.
OFF-STUDIO FOR GO FOR GOOD
Air Matter, installation made of recycled plastic petals.
September 24 to October 11, 2019
Showcase of Galeries Lafayette - Tours
‘TRINK‘, is the outcome of the combination of the french verb “trinquer”, which is the ritual in which a drink is taken as an expression of honor and goodwill ( a toast), and the word “drink”. In short “trink” stands for good times and celebrations.
Sukato, is a floor lamp inspired by Japanese traditions. Moving the upper arm you can spread its veal diffusing more light as a dimmer is connected to it. Led strips hidden in the metal structure illuminate the diffuser. The arm and the leg are connected by a wire that seems to be the extension of one and other. The shape of the veal represents the wheel of time as Chronos technology is used, respecting Circadian Rhythm of light
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The Uzin desk organizer, in solid oak, is made of four independent modules with clean and elegant lines. A card holder or memo, a pencil holder, a telephone dock and a pot for paper clips, erasers, pliers, ...
The four aligned modules form a factory profile. A wink to announce a beautiful day of work!
The space is inspired by the archaeologic site and planned as a place for research. The whole project is developed around two elements: cork and glass.
The cork covers the floor and one of the perimetric walls which is also a storage thanks to drawers, and therefore the technical part of the room.
Each drawer is enriched by symbols, like hieroglyphs, to help organizing the space.
The glass, which can also be used as a board for drawing, gives perspective to the whole environment thanks to its reflections and the lights surrounding it.
Finally, the wooden custom-made, modular and stackable furniture can be arranged in different ways within the space, according to the needs
Client : Nouveau Musée National de Monaco
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Founded in 1986, Atelier Saint-Didier is part of the tradition of creative glass craftsmen. Passionate about glass, Caroline Prégermain is experimenting with the different ways of making this art evolve in contemporary design spheres. The creations of Atelier Saint-Didier are unique pieces made by request. The workshop and its team work collaborate with interior architecture firms, in France and abroad, for the realization of large-scale projects.
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"The skin of the glass is stretched thanks to the breath of the glass bower. A cloud of water vapor forms when the molten glass comes into contact with the water-impregnated mold. Thus the glass does not adhere to the mold, the form slides on the air cushion. "
Mischievous, Joséphine is a modular bench that intends to unravel the reception areas and conviviality of tertiary spaces. A supplementary seat created with a young and dynamic spirit to punctuate innovative spaces. Joséphine provokes the informal meeting between the collaborators, for an impromptu discussion, an improvised creative exchange.
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Paroi is a monobloc storage unit system, allowing to hang, store and deposit. Shallow, this column is tacked on several sides: a vacuum pocket and a coat hook in front, two large drawers and a closet accessible on the side. Brass "plugs" animate the main face. Wall transforms according to the uses and dresses according to the situations.
Photography: Mélanie Chaigneau
The library from the The radiant range is constituted by transparent birch plywood panels and thermolacquered aluminum racks. The slots arranged in the panels allow to insert the supports or shims pounds according to the needs. Several colors are available. Accessories such as cork boards for hanging documents can complete this device as well as small led-type lighting, doors, drawers ...
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VERTIGO 8m high on 3.5m diameter is installed in the "departure" zone of Paris-Orly airport. Made of stainless steel, mirror polished and aluminum it invites to a great poetry. Cylinder cubes reflect the faces of our travelers and blend the patterns for a visual journey before flying!
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Afﬁnités is a collaborative manifesto dedicated to textile and surface design. The graphic worlds of Coco Brun and Aurélia Paoli are united and synched in a collection ranging from decorative materials and lifestyle accessories from Forget me not. Bringing to life your living spaces, the Afﬁnités range can help you stage points of sales, dedicated corners, pop-up stores or be adapted for projects in the hospitality industry.
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