Posts Tagged ‘Ionna Vautrin’

DESIGNER BOX first anniversary

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014


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DESIGNER BOX first anniversary
During Designer’s days, Designerbox was invited by La Jeune Rue (the design and fooding project around Rue du Vertbois in Paris, by founder Cedric Naudon) to celebrate its first anniversary with an exhibition named Le design marque son Temps. There was presented the first 12 exclusives boxes realized in the year! (exclusive pieces of design, rare witness to the richness and diversity of creative contemporary design)
Exhibition setting by Alexander FRESH
Photos by Pascal GILLET

5+5 designers, A+A Cooren, Aldo Bakker, Arik Levy, Design MVW, Guillaume Delvigne, Pauline Deltour, Ionna Vautrin, Harri Koskinen, José Lévy, India Mahdavi, Nocc, Noé Duchaufour Lawrance, Matali Crasset, Marianne Guedin, OUTOFSTOCK, Pool, Ron Gilad, Sam Baron, Sebastian Bergne, Kazuhiro Yamanaka



Friday, April 15th, 2011

They’re called Petite Friture, Moustache, Superette, Specimen or Goodbye Edison. Names powerful and easy to remember the plethora of new publishers of French furniture and objects chosen to be noticed. Hard to believe in a sluggish economy, but the reality is this: France has never known such a fever in the field of design. In just 3 years, the design market has emerged over French publishing houses, but also design galleries (Ymer & Malta, Next Level Gallery, Fat Gallery Gallery BSL Gallery Gosse…) that since the past ten years.

Before long, their pioneering work, production and marketing of new collections of objects and furniture has set foot in the door or give visibility to a new generation of designers. Their work also gave confidence to this new wave. Now uninhibited, polyglot, it takes risks in selfproduction and open to the world.

Mirror “Witch’s Eye,” Ionna Vautrin

Chair “Remember that you might die,” Pool