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Designed for the Finnish brand Iittala, the Kuru collection by Philippe Malouin is an ode to form. Composed of glass containers and cast ceramic bowls, the series is intended to receive small everyday objects that usually hang on the table, but also to exist alone. Small sculptures which, their designer promises us, "will bring harmony to the interior".

Star of the 2018 exhibitions of the year - including, among other things, two retrospectives at the Tate Museum and the Center Pompidou -, behind the Austrian artist Franz West is also hiding an outstanding designer, this time honored on the website of David Zwirner gallery in a virtual exhibition. The opportunity for us to return to its iconic furniture as sculptural as its plastic works.

Specialized in frosted stone, TheSize charm us today with a new model with a unique identity: Neolith® Mar del Plata. Defined by its unpolished appearance between marble, slate and concrete, the slab fits into the trend of natural materials and gives kitchens and other bathrooms a raw atmosphere that will lack only a few touches of greenery!

The German company Bette is launching a new range of circular bowls called BetteCraft. Combining a sculptural aesthetic with quality material, the agency Tesseraux + Partner based in Potsdam (Germany) imagines for Bette an object both design and functional. A pretty prowess made in Germany.

Long neglected and standardized, the offices have for some time been the subject of special treatment, approaching the comfort of the home while remaining adapted to tertiary uses. The Creva range, designed by the studio Kaschkasch, is a perfect illustration of this change and consists of warm and colorful elements that would make us almost want to work longer hours.

Like every year, Design Miami reveals the latest design trends. For its fifteenth edition, the fair - which runs until December 8 in Florida - hosts more than thirty galleries from around the world to exhibit exceptional pieces. Focus on five new features

It is in the vast space of the Carpenters Workshop Gallery (4th arrondissement) that the Italian architect-designer Vincenzo De Cotiis is exhibiting for the first time in France. On the occasion of this monographic exhibition, he presents exceptional pieces, both raw and sensual, which bear witness to the evolution of his practice from design to art. Zoom on an original collection with marked materiality and contemporary forms.

Utopia first designates an iconic lamp, the one designed by the Italian designer Nanda Vigo for Arredoluce in 1970. At the Tornabuoni Art Gallery (3ème arrondissement), "Utopia" becomes the title of a collective exhibition, conceived in collaboration with the French architect Charles Zana, who showcases the creative effervescence in Italy according to -war. Preview of an original event that explores the synergies between Italian art and design.

A graduate of 2011 Design Academy Eindhoven, Rianne Koens is head of Turkish design label Otura, launched in 2012. But it is independently that she realizes for the Dutch furniture publisher Puik the collection "Dost", an ode to the very special friendship.
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