Sep 13, 2017

12 New + Noted design from Paris Design Week 2017 and MO17

Visiting design fairs and events it’s the best way for finding new products or even looking at those things you already saw on the web by person. I love to walk around, speak with designers, hear the stories behind the products.

I’m publishing today a small recap with the products, news and places I noticed this edition of Paris Design Week and Maison et Objet. Random, like putting here on the blog my notepad of my Paris-day with those things that drew my attention inside the fair and outside in the city exhibitions. Enjoy!

Paris Design Week 2017 New + Noted

1 | Floating Leaves frames

Produced by Danish company MOEBE as a result of a collaboration between 3 Copenhagen based design companies -Moebe x Paper Collective x Norm Architects, Floating Leaves are a clean collection of botanical transparent frames


2 | Draw a Line magnetic shelves

Produced by Japanese company Heian Shindo, Draw a Line is a super simple and flexible shelving system with a rod and some magnets

3 | Design Loves You necklaces

Design merchandise – including beautiful necklaces – for design fans with iconic pieces in miniatures, produced by Dutch company Design Loves You

4 | Lume coat stand + hangers

Designed by Finnish duo BEdesign, Lume is a minimalist stand that can be assembled in two directions, depending on the way you want to place it in the room

5 | Minima Moralia room divider

Designed by  Christophe de la Fontaine and produced by Austrian company Dante Goods and Bads, Minima Moralia is room divider with a beautiful oriental twist

6 | Tapis Marin rug

Designed by Piergil Fourquié and produced by French brand HARTO, this new rug has a beautiful pattern inspired by marine univers

7 | Paper Vases

Produced by Spanish brand OCTAEVO, it’s a collection of paper vases inspired by Mediterranean colours

8 | Levitating Lamp

Designed by a Swedish team, FLYTE  is a levitating light which hovers by magnetic levitation and is powered through the air

[ from the same designers, STORY is the levitating clock already featured on ITALIANBARK here ]

9 | DD Lighting collection

The French interior firm Desjeux Delaye designed this superchic lighting collection for Coco Chanel private apartment

10 | Ypperlig new IKEA collection

IKEA x Hay new collection Ypperlig was presented in Galerie Joseph Minimes, in the Marais district. Key pieces in the collection include a sofa inspired by a vintage 1950s piece but made from a single moulded piece of foam.

11 | CHROMA SCOPE exhibition

Set up in Balsan showroom, the exhibit featured the designs by Marta Bakowski, including her Sorcier Wall Lamp for La Chance Paris and her Rays Lamp for Roche Bobois

12 | Sphere lighting collection

Designed by Arik Levy and produced by French brand Forestier, and first presented at last Euroluce in Milan, Sphere is a lighting collection in bambou

||| Discover the 10 Design Finds from Maison et Objet by unprogetto here

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