Sharing is the common theme in François Bernard’s "What’s New?" space in Hall 1, which focuses on tableware. The design for his display of remarkable new articles is based on the idea of 5 flavours: sweet, savoury, spicy, tart and bitter. Each flavour evokes a colour, textures and a whole imaginary world with corresponding styles, from classic to contemporary.
François Delclaux’s "What’s New?" leisure and culture space whisks visitors away to 3 ideal destinations: ICE, WOOD and SUN. Each different imaginary world has its own topography to ensure that it is best suited to presenting the latest arrivals in travel accessories, stationery, games, smart objects and gifts.
To analyse the latest arrivals in terms of decoration, Elizabeth Leriche has organised her "What’s New?" space into 3 contrasting atmospheres. Minimal Brutalist is natural and minimal, Luxury Graphic is luxurious and dramatic, whereas colourful Ethnic Arty combines different cultures. Each has its key materials and asserts its own unique style.
Come discover this selection on the MOM Village, designed by Philippe Nigro! Located in the hall 6 entrance gallery, this a 260 sqm can't-miss stop is comfortable, inspired, connected... As is MOM! Our digital experts welcome you every day from 9:30 to help your optimize your online souring strategy and received a free demonstration of the platforme. Don’t hesitate to come for a coffee also.
The matériO materials library is teleporting its Paris showroom to hall 5A! Come and discover thousands of unique materials and technologies to find inspirations and enhance your future projects!
This selection of products made in Switzerland may come as a bit of a surprise! The students in the first year of a Master’s degree in Product Design at ECAL / University of Art and Design Lausanne have decided to tackle the key issues that govern the designer’s profession, from the initial idea to selling the finished product, via its manufacture. These everyday objects, “Made in ECAL” and produced in Switzerland (mainly with the help of local craftsmen) are the happy result.
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