This fall, Gareth Pugh unveiled his ready to wear collection for spring 2015. As inspired by the folkloric costumes of wizards rituals, the designer has made mysterious suits : straight lines, geometric cuts, hypnotic patterns and neutral colors. a selection of the collection is to discover in images.
French designer Grégoire de Lafforest imagined the “Exo” wardrobe according to the exoskeleton model referring to a kind of external shell that protects and supports an animal. By reference, this designer created a noyer US wardrobe (wood) which finds its balance thanks to an external skeleton made of black patina metal. A furniture edited in 12 copies by the Gosserez gallery, to discover.
Using paper and his expert hands, the artist PaperWolf whose real name is Wolfram Kampffmeyer manufactures small animals with great sensitivity. As toys or taxidermy trophies, these creations are available in different colors and bring a delicate and childish touch at home. To discover in images.
Mues Design is a French studio that design stunning colorful wallpapers for lunatic interiors. Bespoke creations, wall decor, the range of graphics and themes proposed by the studio varies according to the taste. Gradients walls, facades with ananas, holographic room. More details in images.
Currently at Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the collective exhibition “Inside” offers visitors a passage to the interior of the self, for which the exhibition space serves as a metaphor. The design collective Numen / For Use which we had already spoken before made a gigantic construction consists of 44 km of strips of cellophane woven around pylons and accommodating 5 people at once. To discover in images.
After their S-House which played on transparency and staircases’ structure, Japanese studio Yuusuke Karasawa Architects had the idea to think the Villa Kanousan in the shape of a cube, in Honshu Island in Japan. With its original interior, this two storey-house was imagined with the theme of “cubic void”, cutting parts of walls and grounds in geometric and cubic forms, deconstructed and angular.
To design such beautiful objects, the design studio Swine based on extensive research it performs worldwide to renew creative design processes and achievements. For this project named Hair Highway, we learn how the studio immerse itself in the Chinese hair resale to adapt it to design product. To discover in the Making-of.
For the 3D PrintShow 2014 in Paris, French designers Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques have imagined the collection « Lacelamps » : lights imitating the patterns of the lace which has been made with a 3D printer. When they’re on, the table lamp “Lamp” and suspended lamp “Sky” reflect the shadows of the lace in the entire room.
For this project, the Danish artist Olafur Eliasson, used mirrors, tinted glass, stainless steel plates and light bulbs to create these beautiful kaleidoscopic light chandeliers. Featuring geometric shapes, these kinds of suspended lamps project and fill everything around them with extra-ordinary colors and patterns. To discover.
By playing smartly with Nike’s baseline, French artist Mr Plant gives us the series “Just Grow It !” : a collection of sneakers customized by flowers and plants of all kinds such as daisies, bonsaïs, bark, orchids, tree trunks and dandelions. A beautiful work bringing more relief to the swoosh.
The artist Alexis Persani presents here a very interesting visual alphabet. A varied typography that the artist paid attention to draw letters with various textures and influences by working 3D and illustration. It’s a work where the letter is raised to the sculpture status, in wood, metal or neon. Find out more in the gallery.