The British optician combines style and ethics in a range of glasses entirely made from recycled waste. Pots of yogurts, potatoes or old CDs, so many amazing materials that is yet the collection of 10 original frames and trends. Like what, it's in old pots that we make ... the best glasses!
Design within everyone's reach! This is the credo that accompanies the collaboration of the French designer Ionna Vautrin and the large retailer Monoprix. Like the designer, Nest is both fun and practical, combining contemporary silhouettes and comforting colors and prints. What to face the fall with style.
Architects Humbert & Poyet unveil What's up, their first series of furniture for the online sales platform The Invisible Collection. A set of armchairs, lights and tables with Art Deco accents that does not leave marble.
Liberty, equality, femininity: this is the motto advocated by the jeweler Anissa Kermiche who reveals her sculptural ceramic creations on her Instagram account and available on her online store. An ode to the successful woman!
The Ukrainian design studio Zacharchitects radiates ingenuity with Gate, a series of fully modular shelves that can be adapted to small areas of good rooms as well as large spaces of Parisian apartments.
Keep a certain class while dipping your hands in the potting soil? Yes it's possible ! Scandinavian gardening accessories brand Garden Glory proves it once again with a new fashion week collection. Dressed in pastel colors and trends, the sculptural tools rhyme utility and beauty.
For almost two centuries, James - named after its founder, Celestin James - stands out with high quality woodworking. Small cabinetmaker workshop originally, the house has quickly grown, becoming a reference in the edition of contemporary wooden furniture, then in the arrangement of prestigious places. Thomas Guinet, General Manager of James 1840, has opened the doors of their workshop located in Saint-Laurent-de-Cuve (50), a place as amazing as historical.
Ukrainian artist Masha Reva unveils a series of objects as beautiful as paintings made in ceramic for the Nadiia brand. A light collection, borrowing the pictorial aesthetics of sketches by Henri Matisse or Pablo Picasso.
While in their infancy, the Swedes of Note Design Studio, coffee in hand, review each other's notebooks and dwell on the many sketches that populate their margins. Thus was born the exhibition "Marginal notes", an exercise in style without the slightest call for concrete results. It was without counting on the mark La Chance who sees in these drawings of the bases which will become thereafter emblematic. History.