Paris Design Week is nearly coming to an end and the feeling is certainly a tad bittersweet! But fear not: Inspiration and Ideas has all the inside scoop of one of the most long-awaited for design events of the year.
“Hybrid” was the theme designated for this last Paris Design Week, where some new design trends were showcased and presented to all design-world.
Maison et Objet
One of the most anticipated events from Paris Design Week is without a doubt Maison et Objet. A design event that gathers the most stunning contemporary art and furniture design, a merge that gathers the most avid design lovers from all over the world.
Let’s take a look at the best stands!
Designer of The Year
Laura Gonzalez -Designer Of The Year 2019
Laura Gonzalez is s fully multi-tasking top interior designer, being able to create hotels, restaurants, shops and private interiors.
She started her career with nightclubs and, today, she’s the creator of half a dozen Cartier shops, the Pierre Hermé bakery or even the Occitane concept store. She was celebrated as Maison et Objet‘s Designer Of The Year September 2019 during Paris Design Week.
Boca do Lobo
From modern furniture and lighting to decoration and art de la table, Seletti blends art and daily life icons with personal vision and Italian excellence. Another luxury brand that exposed its pieces at Paris Design Week 2019 and Maison et Objet.
At Maison et Objet, they launched an accessory collection with the Herringbone pattern for the first time, a range of pillows, wooden trees, and vessels, all taking on a pigmented pattern in unique ways.
Roberto Cavalli Home
Drawing inspiration from the iconic prints and patterns of the clothing collections as bespoke animal prints and damask, Roberto Cavalli Home presented colors and textures featuring vibrant intertwining details.
With his stand at Maison et Objet, Jonathan Adler presented a couple of his best sellers and novelties to spice up his stand.
“Plastic: A Second Chance” With Rossana Orlandi
Bringing together designers, engineers and creatives, essential Milanese gallery owner Rossana Orlandi put the spotlight on plastic: recycled, reworked, recovered, it shifts from the status of annoying waste to that of the material of the future.
Until September 14, Paris Design Week2019 takes over more than 200 venues across the city. Brace for unexpected modern art installations, emerging talents platforms, and national pavilions.
At La Halle Charolais in the Gare de Lyon/Vertbois neighborhood, during Paris Design Week 2019, Le Off gives voice to young international designers with less than 8 years of professional experience.
Discover never-seen-before collections by over 50 international talents shining a light on Millennials’ values through contemporary design.
Mathieu Lehanneur at Christie’s Paris
During Paris Design Week, the French designer Mathieu Lehanneur continues his aquatic theme with a solo art exhibition at the Parisian auction house.
‘50 Seas’ is inspired by the eclectic hues of the oceans. The show features 50 enameled ceramic works mounted onto the wall, each suggesting a geographic locale, from the Gulf of Guinea to the Bay of Bengal.
Ublik’s giant stool at the Musée des Archives Nationales
Experimental modern design workshop and laboratory Ublik has created an algorithm-based gigantic stool in the courtyard of the Musée des Archives Nationales.
The furniture-turned-monument aims to triggering a change in thinking and raise questions about the venue that serves as its backdrop.
Anima at Galerie Diurine
Inside Marcel Zelmanovitch’s woven haven, a new era of rugs launched with a minimal aesthetic in mind.
Presented as art pieces against a collection of ceramics by Jean-François Delorme, the wool, linen, hemp or silk muted works hone in on the meticulous craft and materiality.
New gallery on the block, Maison Dentsu is inaugurating during Paris Design Week with an installation on marble.
On 2019 September 4thAD France opened the doors to its annual exhibition AD Intérieurs 2019 during Paris Design Week in the Hôtel de Coulanges.
“Metamorphoses” was the main theme of the tenth edition of AD Intérieurs: top architects and modern interior designers explore with imagination this eternal theme of impermanence, highlighting the best of craftsmanship.
Sou Fujimoto @ RBC showroom
What happens when nature and use drive architectural design? True to its DNA, furniture retailer and workspace specialist RBC promotes culture, architecture and design in its Parisian showroom with Nature/People/Architecture exhibition dedicated to the work of Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto.
On display during Paris Design Week 2019, the recently completed White Tree building in Montpellier, the Thousand Trees in Paris and new projects unveiled the first time.
On display during Paris Design Week 2019 will be, furniture by some of the most cutting-edge companies like Seletti, Delonghi, Artemide and Lagostina as well as emerging designers.
Le Mobilier d’Architectes, 1960-2020
At Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine, the monumental architecture and sculpture museum situated in the Palais de Chaillot of Paris, “Le Mobilier d’Architectes, 1960-2020” is staged from May 29 to September 30.
The exhibition proposes the exploration of creative genius from famous architects and designers who produced various objects in the ‘60s, capable of capturing the essence of the era and predicting the development of trends.
Céline Wright illuminates the Musée des Archives Nationales
Parisian lighting designer Céline Wright teamed up with Spanish design house Grok to create a flurry of glowing sails in the main staircase of the Musée des Archives Nationales.