UNIX GALLERY 513 WEST 26TH STREET NEW YORK, NY 10001
SEPTEMBER 26TH TO OCTOBER 3RD, 2019
Open daily from 10 AM to 6 PM Thursday until 9 PM
PRESS PREVIEW: SEPTEMBER 26TH
NOON to 7 PM
Belgium is Design is pleased to present TEXTILES REVEALED, introducing the work of 11 contemporary Belgian textile designers to an American audience. As part of the fourth annual New York Textile Month, the exhibition is curated by Lidewij Edelkoort and Philip Fimmano.
At M&O, French outdoor furniture brand Fermob emphasized the debut of three new colors: Frosted Lemon, Clay Grey and Ice Mint; presented in full by an astonishing wall scenography. Available in 2020, Fermob gives us a glimpse into next year's colors and collections to hit the market.
Frosted Lemon is powerful pastel, which awakens the color chart and makes other shades more radiant with its luminosity. Just like the famous sorbet, Frosted Lemon provides freshness and pep. It reminds us of summer and sunshine, refreshment on shaded terraces and the intensity of life.
As close as you can get to natural materials and taking its qualities from them, Clay Grey is the perfect binder. Essential and timeless, this warm grey goes with all the colors of the color chart to create mosaics of shades that are enhanced by its powdery appearance
A combination of white, blue and green is the subtle cocktail that created Ice Mint. It is an assertive shade, which blends well with the clear-cut colors of the Fermob color chart. A tone with subtle variations: tropical or vintage, Italian or Scandinavian atmospheres, Ice Mint calls to mind wide open spaces or a cozy lounge
Looking to the Future
Renovations in Exciting New Showroom & Warehouse Now Complete
35th Anniversary Celebration: September 27th, 2019
In January 2019, the renowned Moderne Gallery, established in 1984 as one of just five galleries in Old City Philadelphia, opened a new chapter in its history by being the first tenant to move into The Showrooms at 2220 (2220 East Allegheny Avenue, 19134), in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia.
The move enlarges the role of Moderne Gallery Founder and Co-director Robert Aibel's son, Joshua Aibel, who is both Co-director and Design Director of Moderne Gallery, continuing the Moderne Gallery legacy as a multi-generational business.
The new space, developed by Michael Gruber, Moderne Gallery's longtime interior designer, allows visitors to see Moderne Gallery's full inventory in one location. Over 4,500 sq. ft of gallery space are occupied by the finest works of vintage and contemporary studio furniture, studio ceramics, turned wood and much more. This is a great chance for George Nakashima enthusiasts to see the U.S's largest and finest collection of Nakashima's 1940's-1980's designs, all in one space.
Named after the Greek goddess of chance, fate and fortune, the Tyché mirror brings color and character to reflection. The mirror is made of different tinted layers of mirrors that are cut precisely to create a flat but dynamic piece of art.
Tyché offers two different designs that remind of animal, like a bird gliding through the air or a fish moving in water. Both inspire reverie and add an intriguing shape to the primary function of the object. Beyond what you would expect from a piece of wall decor, Tyché brings life and movement on surfaces. Lemardeley also proposes two diffrent colors combinations: gold, gray and white or gold, coral and white.
Designed as jewelry for the interior, these creations reflect French craftsmanship infused with elegance and refinement. Emilie Lemardeley, founder of the brand and creator behind these statement mirrors, is passionate about history, or history (s), which she shares by translating into objects, lights, and furniture. From the Greek myths of Adamas, Dyonisos and Demeter, to Emir Kusturika's strange Golden Carp floating in the air, Lemardeley invites us into a dreamlike universe and its characters like Tyché.
Shop and See Umasqu at London Design Fair
at DesignMilk's Milk Stand Pop-Up // Hall 12
19-22 September 2019
Umasqu will present their latest designs, free standing totems and mirrored masks at this year's London Design Fair as part of DesignMilk's Milk Stand pop-up. The pop-up allows for visitors to meet a curated group of designers, including Umasqu, to learn more about their products and processes, and shop unique design accessories.
This show is Umasqu's first exhibit in the UK, so don't miss the chance meet with Tzachi Nevo, founder and art director of the graphic brand in Hall 12.
Maison Sarah Lavoine creates its contract division and places itself at the service of professionals from all sectors (architects, decorators, offices, real estate promotions, hotels, restaurants and events) offering the house's catalogue to the personalization of projects. With the brand's experience with individuals and companies for over 10 years, Maison Sarah Lavoine is developing its business among professional customers who are already seeking the brand. Maison Sarah Lavoine builds a multi-faceted house while remaining committed to French tradition, know-how, family values and a creative DNA that forges its identity.
From interior design and decoration to object design, Maison Sarah Lavoine now addresses to professionals. This dynamic is part of the brand's omnichannel business model and enables it to be a global company that focuses on architecture, design and publishing.
The B2B deployment of Maison Sarah Lavoine is accompanied by the creation of a contract division within the company. This division works transversally with all of the company's teams, allowing for real project monitoring and focused understanding of the needs of companies. The e-commerce site is continuing its professional digitization with 3D product data sheets, especially for key pieces.
The first collection of its kind for the decor brand
Decor brand Umasqu presents their newest collection that debuted at MAISON&OBJET last week. This collection is the first of its kind, Umasqu's first tabletop version of their icon looks.The Chili Tribe collection is inspired from Umasqu's continuous observation and interest in ancient culture's faces and masks, recreated with modern take-off. In shifting their masks from a wall hanging medium to a standing object, Umasqu was faced with the challenge of fitting their design language into an object that is smaller in scale and one that adds even more expression and detail.This Chili Tribe collection brings to front a new design process, adding on a 4th layer of MDF which allows for a wider range of design detail and color. All of Umasqu's items are hand painted, unique with their own character and just like us humans, they have some imperfections that make them perfect.
The new collection will still offer the Chili Tribe dolls (standing object) as a wall option, ensuring that customers have options for their decor. Perfect for placement on your office desk, for characterization in the living room or in the kids room, you can not go wrong with this artistic comic art.
Triode x WantedDesign
For close to 10 years, Triode has been exploring the North American creative scene and introducing to the French and European public the best North American representatives of contemporary design. Each year, new talents join the established creators, today unanimously recognized.
In association with Wanted Design jointly with Rising Talent Awards US organized by M&O, American Design in Paris is the occasion for Triode to showcase a specific savoir-faire working around glass and light. For the first time in Paris, a selection of new pieces will be presented in a simple scenography emphasizing this meticulous art, including the Dew+Drop table lamp by Ocrùm.
Hurricane Season Some may go back to school (if you're a parent please cheer with me), some may get ready for Maison&Objet or NY Textile Month. Down here in Florida, we do it all, and we also start to monitor the Weather channel for Dorian, our potential 2019 Hurricane. Now we know the drill, so no more panic, we'll just stack on bottled water, battery (even if nothing in our house work with AAA... they said to do so on TV, and I've become somewhat of an American, because now I listen to what they say on TV when they wear a tie and there's a red sign somewhere on the screen), canned tuna and chips. Then, like every September, I'll pack for Maison&Objet.
Sarah Hamon, CEO and founder of S2H Communication
Join us alongside Ferrmob on September 6-10 at Maison & Objet for the exciting reveal of the new products and colors for 2020!
HALL 6 - Stand K38/ M37
Parc des Expositions de Villepinte
ZAC Paris Nord 2, 93420
Maison Pouenat is pleased to present new pieces by designers Stéphane Parmentier and Damien Langlois Meurinne. While at the Gallery you will also be able to discover the "Character" Wall Panels, that complement the new setting of the space. Paris Design Week's theme is DUALITY. It will highlighting how brands and designers can mix manufacturing techniques, materials or expertise to create the most surprising objects and projects. This concept resonnates with Pouenat, who will present six new products. The mix of materials, shapes and finishes, reveals a unique knowledge associated with a perfect mastery of techniques
Botanical Rugs by Studio Glithero
La Manufacture Cogolin will introduce a new series of rugs, hand- knotted in silk, wool and linen, created in collaboration with Tim Simpson and Sarah van Gameren, cofounders of the north-London design Studio Glithero. The innate curiosity and attention to detail at the foundation of the collaboration of Dutch designer Sarah van Gameren and British designer Tim Simpson yields products that combine precision with inventiveness, and serendipity with design.
The hand-knotted Botanical Rugs collection depict flora that have been foraged and pressed before being composed into intricate designs. The specimens come from the designers' own herbarium,
a library of pressed botanicals that have been collected over several years - wild and undisciplined weeds that grow in cracks and wind around lampposts.
The Botanical Rugs patterns bridge the relationship between the inside and the outside. Likewise the colorways are chosen to transport us to a distinct yet subtle moment of colour in nature; a field of golden corn, a pavement scattered with rose petals, or a bouncy patch of moss. The blue rug bears reference to Glithero's classic blue cyanotype collection that is printed by light with early photographic blueprinting techniques. The Botanical Rugs collection is available in four colorways: Rose, Moss, Corn and Blue and in several standard sizes. Customization is possible upon request.
Decor brand Umasqu is set to unveil two new collections this September at MAISON&OBJET in Paris. The brand, known for its laser-cut and hand painted wall art will be debuting two new collections unlike any of their others. The first collection deviates from the brand's standard - wall art - as the first tabletop version of their icon looks. The second, a collection created with a new technique and a never before used color palette is the first of its the kind for the brand. Discover these new collections and some of the brand's previous collections from September 6-10 in Paris.
HALL 5A / STAND Q25
L'Avenue at Saks opened its doors in February 2019 at the luxury retailer's Fifth Avenue store in New York City. Rinck did the layout of L'Avenue at Saks in New York, restaurant and lounge designed by Philippe Starck.
Designed by UK brand CTO Lighting, the IVY pendant is inspired by the green spaces in the heart of London, specifically the new plants that flourish in the spring that grow in all directions organically towards the light.
The collection was extended with CTO Lighting offering an elegant table option to join the existing pendant, wall and floor lamps. The new additions take the same inspiration from nature as its predecessors, with a form reminiscent of plant shoots bursting forth in an asymmetric, free-flowing shape. The new IVY table lamp echo the pendant's stems rising vertically from the ground or trailing down a wall, with an organic fluidity that instantly softens a space.
Petite Friture and designer Constance Guisset created the Francis mirror in 2011, a mirror with an iconic look that came about from an experiment with pigments: the fleeting vision of colour billowing off the tip of a paintbrush as it dipped in water. Last month, Francis tagged along for the ride to Milan to show off its new elements at Salone del Mobile: two three-table series, one with a white base, the other in black, and a new mirror beyond all measure. The two series of tables are a study-in-blue: the black series exploring the warmer tones of pink and violet; wheras the white series focuses on brighter yellow and greens.
Now presented along the horizontal plane, the haze-like pigments of the Francis mirror take on this new-found vigour, softening the harsh reflection and the circle's geometric proportions. Each table-top in the series comes with its own watercolour hue. The narrower the mirror, the more vibrant and animated the colour.
Mother's Day is just around the corner and we want to help you find the perfect gift for the special woman in your life. With Fermob's assortment of accessories and small furniture pieces, shopping is made easy and affordable.
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It's an exciting time in New York during NYCxDesign. The city is buzzing with designers, creatives and design enthusiasts alike. To help you navigate through the busy and event packed week, we've put together a guide to show you our stops around the city.
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Umasqu, Israeli modern wall decor brand specialized in designing and producing images as wall décor, is presenting at WantedDesign Manhattan at the Terminal Stores for the first time this May.Designer and creator Tzachi Nevo sources his inspiration for the images he creates based on quotations from different design languages. Theworld of familiar images are Nevo's playground where he can disassemble and reconstruct forms.All the masks are manufactured in Umasqu's studio in Tel-Aviv. The masks are made of layers that combine different types of wood in laser cutting, usually this is a combination of veneer fastened to the plywood and MDF that is hand painted in their color room. The process ends with a composition that includes connecting and gluing all layers. Umasqu's unique pieces are made in limited quantities and available worldwide.
In 1928, in a tiny French village just a stone's throw from Saint- Tropez, a textile engineer named Jean Lauer purchased the Cogolin rug workshop, and an adventure that would span the next century of carpet-making began.
Immediately, visionnary Jean Lauer set about transforming his new acquisition from a factory specializing in silkworm culture and hand-knotted rugs into an atelier for innovation. He installed 19th century Jacquard hand looms and imported a host of new techniques for knotting and weaving.
These advances enabled the company to produce a wider variety of rugs and led to Cogolin's increasingly widespread recognition throughout the 1930s as a leading creator of bespoke products. Cogolin creations would soon be found gracing some of the world's most prestigious interiors, from Versailles to the Élysée to the most luxurious French ocean liners.
This acclaim also led to collaborations with some of the most celebrated artists and decorators across Europe, such as Jules Leleu, Jean-Michel Frank, Christian Bérard, Sir David Hicks
and Jean Cocteau. The models created in partnership with these legendary figures continue to line La Manufacture Cogolin archives today as a testament to its place in contemporary carpet history.
ateliernovō, the online destination for unique French decorative objects, will launch its first Pop-Up store at 96 Grand Street in SoHo during New York City's design festival, NYCxDesign, from May 8th to 24th, 2019.
An emerging voice in the contemporary craft scene, ateliernovō promotes and sells a curated selection of objects by French master artisans. Either one-of-a-kind or limited series, these pieces tell an inspiring story of design, French savoir-faire, and true excellence in craftsmanship. This is a unique opportunity for all trade and design enthusiasts to touch, feel, and purchase functional and decorative items ranging from home accessories and tableware to artwork, fashion, and furniture.
The SoHo Pop-Up is part of ateliernovō's strategy of combining physical and digital access to its unique collections. ateliernovō's online shop makes the purchase experience as simple as possible with free shipping to the U.S. and the European Union
Works by more than 30 artists and Living Heritage Companies will be showcased at the Pop-Up, from ceramics and fashion to wood creations, from furniture and tableware to graphic arts and more. Featured artists include: Agnès Nivot, Bénédicte Magnin-Robert, Bérangère Noyau, Camille Campignion, Cyrille Morin, Dominique Pierrat, Emmanuelle Manche, Eric Hibelot, Faïencerie Georges, Ismaël Carré, Julie Bergeron, Karen Petit, Laure Simoneau, Manufacture de Digoin, Natacha Heitz, Nicole et Aude, Patricia Vieljeux, Silver Sentimenti, and Valérie Le Roux
IC Design Festival by WantedDesign, May 16-20, 2019
A not-to-be-missed destination
Odile Hainaut and Claire Pijoulat co-founders of WantedDesign announce the programming for the IC Design Festival by WantedDesign, a series of exhibitions, events, workshops and happenings that will bring together the international design community. From the largest design schools exhibition with no less than 30 international schools, to exclusive installations such as Transatlantic Creative Exchange or IC Locals Timber!, WantedDesign Brooklyn 2019 will definitely act as a major hub during NYCxDESIGN.
WantedDesign also announces Humberto Campana as the Honoree guest of the IC Design Festival by WantedDesign, in conjunction with the Design Transforms project. This open factory, developed with Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, will produce objects and a permanent installation at Industry City. This unique collaboration celebrates the 35th anniversary of the Campana Brothers' design studio and the 10th anniversary of the Instituto Campana, highlighting the brothers' outstanding work using design as a means of social transformation. In tribute, Central Saint Martins' Product, Ceramic & Industrial Design Program is producing an open factory of making along with Humberto Campana for visitors to WantedDesign Brooklyn.
WantedDesign BROOKLYN at Industry City, May 16-20, 2019
May 15, 5-7pm: Press & VIP Preview - 6pm : opening remarks by Odile Hainaut, Claire Pijoulat, Michael Philipps, President of Jamestown and Humberto Campana
May 15, 7-10pm: Opening Party
May 16-20, 11am-6pm, open to the public
May 16, 6.00-8.30pm: Talk with Humberto Campana, Estudio Campana, and Nick Rhodes, Programme Director, Product Ceramic and Industrial Design at Centrals Saint Martins, London , followed by cocktails
May 18, 2-4pm: Sports Footwear Design Workshop with University of Oregon Sport and Design Department
May 18, 5-6PM: Stephanie Marin of SMarin presents her researches in the field of care and new gestures. conference and performance
May 16-20, 11am-6pm : Ceramic Design Transforms workshop with Central Saint Martins and Humberto Campana
May 16-20, 11am-6pm: Discover and experience SMarin Bounce Station
IC Design Festival - more info : https://industrycity.com/icdf/
May 16, 7:30pm-10pm: Architecture and Design Film Festival screening under the stars
May 18-19, 11am-6pm : Open Studios
May 18-20, 11am-6pm: Craft in focus
May 15-16, 10am-5pm / May 17-19, 10am-6pm: Escher Exhibition+Experience
Free Shuttle Bus from WantedDesign Brooklyn to WantedDesign Manhattan: May 19-20 from 11am to 6pm.
WantedDesign Brooklyn at Industry City - Sunset Park - 268 36th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11232
Showcasing products from their latest Spring/Summer launch, Fermob is taking over ICFF this year at the Javits Center on May 19-22. Including some of their most highly coveted collections such as Bistro and Luxembourg, Fermob is inviting designers and enthusiasts alike to dawn on the launch of their Monceau, Lorette, Bebop and Mooon! collections.
inspired by Ocrùm creative director Sean Zhang's love for an observance of the finer details in our lives is how Bright Shadows came into fruition. Everything that surrounds us, light, sound, movement, and seconds are collected and transformed into objects. By channeling his creative energy into the development of pieces that reflect the natural elements of our world, Zhang aims to fill people's most cherished spaces with a token of a memory or story.
In addition to being objects, the Bright Shadows collection acts as an art installation in itself. Taking on a minimalist and contemporary approach, each piece represents an abstract moment that is unique to every individual in the presence of it. Through the use of his favorite materials such as wood, ceramic and hand-blown glass, Zhang translates a message that evokes a warm feeling of purity, nostalgia and emotion.
"I want people to embrace the poetic memories that I share," says Sean Zhang. "What I want to do is add a little bit of sweetness is people's lives through my designs."
As a Beijing-born artist with a multitude of skillsets acquired throughout the globe, Zhang is fueled by his encounters with different tastes, cultures and walks of life. Having lived in Milan for academic studies, Paris for design week, Tokyo for an internship, Providence for the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and now New York for his studio, Zhang has developed a unique perspective on the understanding of life. At the same time that Zhang was refining his way of thinking, he was creating the concepts in his mind.
His own experiences, the way he sees the world and understanding of life are represented through his first collection. With each organic shape and each line and curve, Zhang shares a piece of his story through the use of a soft-spoken work of art.
Ocrùm is making their collection launch and debut this spring at ICFF May 19-22.
Ciao Milano! Back from Milan Design Week and we are still inspired by the beautiful designs and booths that were discovered at this year's Salone del Mobile. With so much to see and inspiration fresh on our minds, we share with you new products that were unveiled this past week in Milan from 4 of Space Lighting + Living brands: Oluce, Petite Friture, CTO Lighting and Melogranoblu. More images https://bit.ly/2L3AtXD
See you in Milan?
Each year this is the question that punctuates all conversations when April's coming. As if there was something special that you can't share if you're not in, Milan I mean. And it's kind of true, Milan of all design weeks will always have a special place in our hearts right? Let alone the pasta, gelato and lots of good Spritz, you go to Milan as an explorer, to discover what's going to define the trends in the design industry for the coming year. So, with our explorers hats on, we take you there with no less than 12 clients this year - I know, exhausting already but exciting! Relax, pack your sneakers and print our Guide if you haven't done it yet, because we have some serious design to show you. Laufen will unveil its MaterialMessage, a collaboration with Snarkitecture, the NY based studio everybody talks about now because of Hudson Yards, Pouenat showcases its Temperaments Collection by Stephane Parmentier - newly appointed art director of the Webster Home Collection - La Manufacture Cogolin - new client for us! - will be at Spazio Rossana Orlandi with Sé to
debute Stephane Parmentier new rugs (note for the editors:) here is the French designer you want to touch base with while in Milan, if you see what I mean, Arte Wallcovering will pursue its collab with Moooi, and so many more... Just browse our guide and you'll know where to go and find us. Because the fun thing is that S2H during Milan Design Week acts as 1, with US and Paris teams together. Meanwhile, rest assured we also have other fires burning in the US, with Fermob participating to High Point Market, WantedDesign introducing the 10 designers-makers who will be part of Look Book and announcing the 3rd edition of the Transatlantic Creative Exchange. Save the date right now, before you go to Milan, WantedDesign is just happening in a few weeks... and as always we will be there to wow each visitor with exceptional designers coming form all over the world. Now when I think about this curious turn of events, I definitely crave a Spritz. Cheers! Download the newsletter here https://bit.ly/2UXd6DE
The Blues are more present than ever in this new collection as a symbiosis with nature. Nature shows blues in so many different ways from dawn to dusk. Maison Sarah Lavoine teams found wonderful variations of blue highlighting their new pieces, and creating furniture with noble materials that result in true emotions.
With its marquee events during NYCxDESIGN in May, WantedDesign is a platform dedicated to promoting design and fostering the international creative community at large throughout the year. Founded in New York City in 2011 by Odile Hainaut and Claire Pijoulat, WantedDesign has established itself as a constant and staunch supporter of U.S. and international design via events, conversations, and partners and its yearly programming aims to nurture New York City's design dialogue. wanteddesignnyc.com WantedDesign is produced by COEVENT LLC.
Few days ago Made In Design debuted its new summer collection. A mix of iconic Bauhaus pieces as well as a curated selection of products by young designers inspired by the period. The result is ultra-minimalist, mineral forms, and a come-back to authentic materials. Made In Design also honors Sebastien Herckner, awarded designer of the year by Maison&Objet, through a selection of products and an interview to be found in the press kit. Last but not least.... This year marks the 20th anniversary of Made In Design! Stay tuned to discover an exclusive collection : 20 iconic pieces in different shades of pink, the signature color of the brand!
A program and exhibition curated by Odile Hainaut and Claire Pijoulat, co-founders of WantedDesign, presented in partnership with the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, as part of the OUI Design program. Transatlantic Creative Exchange is a program that pairs French and American designers and manufacturers to explore new techniques and innovate boldly as a unified transatlantic design team. The designer- manufacturer duos are formed based on overlapping interests, geographic diversity and desire to engage in creative collaboration. For the designers, it's a chance to experiment, think outside of the box, bringing a new vision and new ideas to life without commercial constraints. It's exciting for the manufacturers as well, allowing them to push boundaries and develop extraordinary pieces that highlight their expertise.
The dialogue between the French and American partners throughout the creative development is as dynamic and valuable as the resulting piece
While this wave of cold hasn't really invaded South Florida, we spend enough time in NYC these days to experience how brutal it can be, and we have to admit that it's been a little while since Miamians were not able to spend a chill Sunday at the beach. But, that is still fine since our radars are buzzing with excitement in February as we are allowed to announce the WantedDesign American Design Honors 2019. A round of applause for Arielle Assouline-Lichten, founder of Slash Objects, for this award that will enable her to exhibit her latest designs at WantedDesign Manhattan in May. Assouline-Lichten is the first woman - as an individual - to get this recognition. Even though women were acclaimed in the past with Egg Collective, we're very happy to see that WantedDesign will be all about women this year. If you stroll down SOHO, make sure to stop by Green Street and visit the new USM showroom set, featuring Haller-E, the iconic Swiss Shelving system now enhanced with LED wireless light... You would never guess how it works and yet it is after 7 years of intense engineering development.
In Philadelphia, Moderne Gallery, the leading Nakashima dealer in the world, is making a move and is settling in a new building that will be the new Hub for Arts and Design; Maison Sarah Lavoine is launching her new Blue Collection - available at her showroom in the D&D Building, Rinck is launching its new Beethoven cabinet and Jean-Philippe Nuel unveils a new luxury hotel in Paris, La Clef Champs-Elysées, a perfect destination for a romantic getaway. If these are not enough to keep you warm, give a hug to your neighbor, it's Saint Valentine's, and as I heard, it seem to be a pretty big deal here!
Sarah Hamon, CEO and founder of S2H Communication
ZENS debuts its new collection with designs from Nendo Studio, Michael Young Studio and ZENS designers team.
ZENS x Nendo Studio : Oki Sato, Nendo Studio, continues the collaboration initiated in 2018 and signs a new collection : decorative objects, small storage boxes, pieces of furniture (table, seating) and tableware. A graphic and contemporary design associating the use of metal, wood, porcelain and ceramics.
Discover the catalog ZENS x Nendo Studio
ZENS x Michael Young Studio : After a first collection launched in September 2017, Michael Young debuts a series of wooden furniture, modular and adaptable rugs according to the size of the room and mirrors. The British designer imagines a curved collection with pure lines.
Discover the catalog ZENS x Michael Young Studio
ZENS Collection Ming x Yuan Yuan : The ZENS collections (furniture, art of the table) propose a set of pieces combining modernity and Chinese tradition.
Discover the catalog Ming
Odile Hainaut and Claire Pijoulat, co-founders of WantedDesign, are thrilled to announce Arielle Assouline-Lichten, founder of Slash Objects as the 2019 recipient of the American Design Honors, an exclusive WantedDesign program, presented with Bernhardt Design.
Launched in 2015, American Design Honors was created by WantedDesign co-founders Odile Hainaut and Claire Pijoulat, and Jerry Helling, President and Creative Director of Bernhardt Design, to recognize up-and-coming American designers who embody excellence in creative design and superior entrepreneurial ability. For consideration, candidates must possess a solid body of work, express a unique design language and offer a pioneering new design business model.
Arielle Assouline-Lichten is the founder of Slash Projects, a multidisciplinary design firm in New York whose work spans from digital to physical. Her line of furniture and products, Slash Objects, explores the intersection of materials and form. Using unexpected juxtapositions and thoughtful design, the studio strives to create beautiful pieces with impact. Arielle is interested in design as a way to transform the way people experience the world - by creating tactile stories that reframe our understanding of materials, to the way we conceptualize the space around us. The objects are made using sustainable and long lasting materials, creating chic homewares from raw parts that have been re-worked to achieve a new effect. Slash is rooted in the belief that thoughtful design leads to a better world.
Studio Jean-Philippe Nuel is proud to present La Clef Champs-Elysées
At the heart of an emblematic and prestigious district in Paris and in a building steeped in history, La Clef Champs-Elysées is distinguished by exceptional services and a particularly refined design. The 70 rooms, suites and apartments combine finesse, elegance, Haussmannian moldings and contemporary touches.
The goal is not to make another hotel but to create a unique place where the customer will feel at home. For this, Jean-Philippe Nuel relies on the architectural heritage of the place to offer a unique experience: The Art of Parisian Living. Breaking the codes of the international hotel industry, the project identifies with a large private residence where different facets of the art of Paris life are expressed: art, gastronomy, haute and couture, all while bringing elegance and glamor instead.
To complete the unique experience, a Salon des Fragrances is installed in the lobby to allow the customer to discover a collection of six fragrances designed exclusively for La Clef Champs-Elysees Paris.
S2H Communication announces its collaboration with Swiss firm USM for the debut of Haller-E.
A innovation that brings wireless light and power to USM iconic system.
In the 50 years since its inception, USM has cultivated its own sense of rigor and timelessness to its practice, two inherent values that are dear to the firm. The brand's core product, the USM Haller, is a shelving system is made of sheet-steel panels, joined together with chromed tubes and ball connectors that form a frame, which has enabled the brand since its launch in 1965 to offer an infinite range of configurations. The system remains unique and unparalleled in its field, as much in the quality if its manufacture as in its functionality.
Save the date !
Thursday, February 7, 2019
An evening of design, performance and libations
USM invites you to celebrate 50 years of design and innovation and experience Haller-E in a new set
Press preview 5.30-6.30pm
VIP Cocktail 6:30 - 8:30pm
28-30 Greene Street - Soho
RINCK unveils its latest creation: The Beethoven Cabinet
In January 2019, the Ancien & Moderne Pop-Up gathered for it's 4th consecutive year, showcasing brands and companies known and recognized for their know-how and unique creations. On the theme of the Orient Express, the exhibition highlighted the Art Deco era with all its distinctiveness. This year, RINCK debuted their new furniture piece, the Beethoven Cabinet.
The Beethoven Cabinet
A piece of art, the cabinet was created with rich details and materials. Made with US walnut veneer, pore filler high gloss varnish, and brass inlay, the chest creates a graphic design echoing the slightly hammered brass base with a black patina. The interior is coated in slate and grained leather.
Beethoven is timeless and sculptural, combining contemporary aesthetic to classical inspiration.
S2H Communication announces new collaboration with Moderne Gallery, who will move to a new epicenter for the arts in Philadelphia.
Moderne Gallery Is Making A Move! - as always...looking forward, taking the lead ---- From Old City to Port Richmond, Philadelphia, in January 2019
Moderne Gallery, recognized internationally as the prime gallery for studio craft furniture, and as the leading Nakashima dealer in the world, is moving to a new center for high end design, art and antiques in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia, as of January 2019.
Moderne Gallery will be the first tenant in the Showrooms at 2220, a newly restored former mill at 2220 East Allegheny Avenue, (Port Richmond) Philadelphia, PA 19134. The 100,000 square-foot building is owned and managed by Jeffrey Kamal and Joe Holahan, co-owners of Kamelot Auction Company, which holds its auctions and has its offices in the building.
S2H Communication is happy to announce its collaboration with French furniture and interior architecture brand, RINCK.
An ambassador of French lifestyle, RINCK encompasses as both an interior architecture-decoration firm and a production workshop, specializing in decorative arts, furniture, and boiserie, thereby dovetailing the realms of creation and fabrication.
For Rinck, a contemporary creation is never a break with the past, but a daily reinterpretation of a mastered and masterful collection of oeuvres - a lesson we learned from our elders, the virtuosos of Art Deco, who, in their day, reinterpreted the Louis XV, Louis XVI, and Directoire styles with their own cutting-edge techniques.
Meet them in Paris during Deco Off at the Ancien & Moderne Pop Up
January 17-22, 2019