Upcycling Itinerary at Maison & Objet

Have you ever heard about Upcycling? What about Sustainable Development Itinerary? CovetED will explaine to you right now!

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This year PARIS DESIGN WEEK launches its Upcycling / Sustainable Development Itinerary that plays a really important role nowadays.
This project links together many areas across the capital. This programmed theme offers a diversity of insights about very topical questions: How can we bring back value into seemingly obsolete objects? How can plants enrich and enhance the way we experience a place? How can we reconcile design and sustainability?  Moreover, the Itinerary’s programme includes a film produced by Sylvie Adigard exploring the concept of green city.

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See also – COVETED ADVENTURES DURING PARIS DESIGN WEEK

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On the Itinerary every visitor will have a chance to see the creations of Tsuyoshi Hayashi, Artmeta, Fritsch Durisotti, Ecological Design, Domohomo and Gueule de Bois.
In addition to this, there will take place a plant installation by Alexis Tricoire at Les Docks – Cité de la Mode et du Design, as well as the Hopscotch Group, who will be displaying an exhibition of upcycled works by artists and designers, the Beaugrenelle centre, with its planted rooftop, Les Vergers Urbains & Collectif Babylone, the Sous les Fraises exhibition at Galeries Lafayette, Ikea at Le Cœur, and Patick Nadeau at La Rotonde Stalingrad.

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Overall, six projects displayed at now! le Off, at Les Docks – Cité de la Mode et du Design, were also selected to be part of the Itinerary.

See also – COLORFUL EXHIBITION LIGHT & HAPPINESS

Sponsored by Paris Design Agenda and CovetED Magazine

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All of them are original projects that were designed in an environmentally friendly way.To sum up, this is quite an interesting place to visit within Paris Design Week!

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