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Talents À la CarteTuesday 8 September 2015
Every year a new crop of young lifestyle talents pops up at MAISON&OBJET. Moreover, with each session new names appeared to be so talented and skillful that it is true say that design sphere is blooming. CovetED would like to let you know more profoundly about those who became known this year at the fair.
Celia-Hannes consists of the Franco-Austrian duo Célia Picard and Hannes Schreckenberger. They draw inspiration from journeys and landscapes, social issues and scenes from everyday life. Founders of the review DAS, they produce conceptual creations somewhere between art and design. The Backdrop series plays with stainless steel and folding it to shape an allegory of New York. The Frugal collection, made while in residence in Cape Town, South Africa, explores the riches of the townships’ artisan work.
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Dach & Zephir
Having a shared passion for the Italian radical movement, they reinvent design by questioning uses and exploring artisan craftsmanship.
Camille Ribouleau began a first professional stint in Berlin, working with Jerszy Seymour. After that the designer cooperated with the François Dumas studio in Amsterdam, alongside which he began producing his own personal projects. This year, the designer finalized an organic Encore rug and the very surprising Halo light fixture.
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The designer Gilles Neveu went to work for the brand Rue Monsieur Paris. He is working with glass, steel, metal.
Laura Lynn Jansen and Thomas Vailly bring their talents together to produce works that revamp the production process and awaken the poetic power of perspectives. Being graduates of Design Academy Eindhoven, this couple consists of a Dutch and a Fench respectively.
Overall, these people are the new generation of design today. Have you met anyone during Maison&Objet 2015 in Paris?