Posts tagged as 'Paris'
Louis Vuitton Foundation, Paris
Paris – The Louis Vuitton Foundation has opened the doors of its showplace dedicated to contemporary design, in the heart of the bois de Boulogne. Designed as a complete work of art, even the signage for visitors – by TF, using a concept from Zélé and Téra-création – meets the aesthetic and functional requirements of this new, iconic art centre.
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Honor Café by Studio Dessuant Bone
Paris-based multi-disciplinary Studio Dessuant Bone was approached by coffee specialists to transform Comme Des Garcon’s Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré courtyard into an outdoor cafe space.
‘Burnt’ chopping boards by Alban Le Henry & Noé Borst
Designers Alban Le Henry and Noé Borst used pyrography, the art of decorating wood by burning designs into its surface, to make ‘Burnt’, a series of hand made chopping boards for Great Design Gallery in Paris.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 01.09.2014 - Tagged as: Atelier du Pont, Paris
Social-housing and Offices Le Marais by Atelier du Pont, photo: Frédéric Delangle
Atelier du Pont has reconstructed a building within the perimeter of the Plan to Protect and Restore the Marais (PSMV), a social-housing and offices complex not far from the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.07.2014 - Tagged as: H2O architectes, Paris
Epée de Bois – Nursery by h2o architectes, photo: Julien Attard
On a very tight and narrow site in Paris, almost hidden by several very different looking buildings, h2o architects have created an extension and refurbishment of a nursery for 24 children.
Le Flandrin Restaurant redesign by Joseph Dirand Architecture, photo: Adrien Dirand
A bulwark of the brasserie tradition in Paris since the Malafosse family first opened its doors in 1932, Le Flandrin has more recently assumed increasingly cosmopolitan allures, up to the present day as it reopens redoubled, a restaurant and bar in the classic tradition but of entirely contemporary tone.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.05.2014 - Tagged as: ARCHIEE, installation, Paris
‘Scene de la table’ installation by ARCHIEE, photo: Takeshi Miyamoto, ARCHIEE
Paris based ARCHIEE has created an installation inspired by Japanese dinner-tables and ceramic dishes called “minou-yaki” for Japanese culture and tradition magazine Discover Japan for their newly launched boutique in the city of light.
‘Vuoristo’ low table by Studio Fabien Barrero+Carsenat
The reliefs and snowy landscapes of Finland are echoed in Fabien Barrero’s ‘Vuoristo’ (Finnish for mountain) low table, with rocky peaks made of volcanic stone that rise above the table like summits piercing through clouds below.