matali crasset photographed by Benjamin Chelly
She may elect to spell her name all lower case, but matali crasset’s work is big on concept and ambition. Yet, the Paris-based designer, who’s collaborated with the likes of Established & Sons and Pallucco, insists she’s not that interested in products in themselves. Une contradiction? Pas du tout. Architonic invites you to read on to find out why. (by Simon Cowell)
to Simon Cowell’s interview with matali crasset on Architonic
to matali crasset’s products on Architonic
'Bold' coat stand by Big Game for Moustache
Independently minded French design label Moustache has given a sneak preview of its new collection, to be launched next week in Milan during the Salone del Mobile. Novelties include work by Lausanne- and Brussels-based studio Big Game and French designers Inga Sempé and Matali Crasset.
'Instant Armseat' and 'Instant de Vie' table by Matali Crasset for Moustache
Founded in 2009 by Stéphane Arriubergé and Massimiliano Iorio, Moustache attempts to hold in tension the ideas of innovation (the company works with more conceptually driven designers) and product longevity.
'Fold-Up' pendant light by Bertjan Pot for Moustache
'Guichet' clock by Inga Sempé for Moustache
'Micro' wall hooks by Big Game for Moustache
to the Moustache product families on Architonic