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A design experience // Galerie Joseph, Paris

Punkt suspension lights + Zick Zack side tables by Olga Bielawska.

Punkt suspension lights + Zick Zack side tables by Olga Bielawska.

Wandering around the streets of Marais, during this past Paris Design Week, we stumbled upon a great exhibition displayed at Galerie Joseph Turenne. A beautiful space, filled with lots of interesting projects conceived by brilliant young designers. Take a tour with us inside the gallery and share your thoughts!


// Vagando per le stradine del Marais, durante l’appena passata settimana del design di Parigi, ci siamo imbattute in una fantastica mostra organizzata alla Galerie Joseph Turenne. Uno spazio bellissimo, pieno di progetti interessanti ideati da brillanti giovani designer e non. Fate un giro con noi all’interno della galleria e diteci cosa ne pensate!

All pictures © invasioni.

Series Z Lounge Chair by Roan Barrion.

Series Z Lounge Chair by Roan Barrion.

KST double side table by Studio Livius.

KST double side table by Studio Livius.

Silver chair by Beatrice Blanchard.

Silver chair by Beatrice Blanchard.

LightLight6 floor lamp by Gaspard Graulich.

LightLight6 floor lamp by Gaspard Graulich.

On the left: photos by Joseph Jabbour. On the background works by Olga Bielawska, Vanity chair by La Foi.

On the left: photos by Joseph Jabbour. On the background works by Olga Bielawska, in front Vanity chair by La Foi.

Sunset mirror by FØLSOM Studio.

Sunset mirror by FØLSOM Studio.

Squares + Globe lamp by Atelier Areti (on the left wall + on the ground), Pet lamps by Alvaro Catalàn De Ocòn (hanging from the ceiling), Halo lamp by Kjartan Oskarsson, LightLight6 by Gaspard Graulich (down on the left).

Squares + Globe lamp by Atelier Areti (on the left wall + on the ground), Pet lamps by Alvaro Catalàn De Ocòn (hanging from the ceiling), Halo lamp by Kjartan Oskarsson (on the center wall), LightLight6 by Gaspard Graulich (down on the left).

Loop chair by Markus Johansson.

Loop chair by Markus Johansson.

Luminaire type 12 + Luminaire type 13 by Point, Contrepoint.

Luminaire type 12 + Luminaire type 13 by Point, Contrepoint.

Don’t run out

Is it possible to design products that are 100% sustainable? A newly established group of 16 Copenhagen based designers, architects and artists have asked themselves this question. They are called HOLDBAR and with their exhibition Don’t Run Out they challenge the notion and width of sustainable design – what it is and what can it be – and investigate the interpretation of sustainable design on various levels.

Ripe chair by Andreas Glud Konradsen.

Ripe chair by Andreas Glud Konradsen.

Re-Cover by Anne Brandhøj.

Re-Cover by Anne Brandhøj.

Rest cushions by Fie Bjørch & Signe Bjørch.

Rest cushions by Fie Bjørch & Signe Bjørch.

Recircle Tapestry by Miriam Ortwed.

Recircle Tapestry by Miriam Ortwed.


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