Maison & Objet Paris 2016, which is the Autumn Maison & Objet in Paris and which was held in the previous days hosted attractive installations, latest designs of the skillful designers and nice stands.
Here are the rising talents and interesting designs:
AC / AL Studio
Amandine Choor and Aïssa Logerot, who graduated from Les Ateliers, cultivate a perfect “harmony between function, form and technique” as they create objects that have a story to tell. Design companies such as Petite Friture and Kann Design, amongst others, fell for their work from the off.
This young French designer, who studied at the École Camondo, before a residence at the Fabrica in Italy – the Benetton group’s research and communication centre – shows off the beauty of materials, explores gestures and creates surprising objects thanks to an original and feminine approach.
Pierre Charrié makes the most of his fascination with the latest technologies and new uses to create objects that react to their environment. Movement, touch, sound… his poetic creations come to life as they interact with the user.
Manon Leblanc and Romain Diroux share a fascination for both artisanal and industrial manufacturing processes. This passion for the gesture leads them to imagine joyous reinterpretations of traditional pieces and to explore the wealth of colours and materials.
Combining design and technology, Nathanaël Désormeaux and Damien Carrette are as close in their work as their skills are complementary. They put their synergy to good use in defence of a sensitive approach to design. For proof, look no further than ‘Knot’, their brilliant and simple chair that uses neither screws nor bolts.
Could the humble feather be ‘design’? Yes… and the answer bears witness to the audacity of this feather worker who, as if it wasn’t enough to work with the greatest names in haute couture, is following his own artistic path and making a name for himself by exploring the very limits of his favourite medium.
Kaynak; Maison Objet