By François Bernard - Hall 2
François Bernard offers his interpretation of the theme “Take Care!” through the power that raw materials have to ground us in healing sensory pleasure. Within his space, which he has called “Grounded”, luxury rests primarily in making materials sing, along with the accuracy of the design and the strength of the concept. It’s a perceptual terrain with a soothing physicality conducive to sensory experiences and the use of imagination, a marvelous contrast to the virtual nature of our era.
By François Delclaux - Hall 4
We simply must slow down. This is essentially the message from François Delclaux, conveyed through his Slow Hospitality space. Hospitality as a refuge from the world’s accelerating pace, but also a way to reconnect with landscapes and local cultures more responsibly and sustainably. By boarding his night train, the ideal symbol of slow travel, we discover a succession of 3 themed destinations that represent desirable future horizons: tropical modernism, forest glamping, and shoreline dream.
By Elizabeth Leriche - Hall 7
With “In The Air”, Elizabeth Leriche invites us to stop and take a breath. Her vision of care, in a world where ecological and climatic risks are setting the tone, is one of a lighthearted, yet fully conscious and sustainable pause. It’s an experience in 3 phases: after a breath of fresh, pure air in the first area, which is a tribute to transparency and lightness, comes a meditative moment marked by slow design. The final chapter, both luminous and colorful, is like a daydream of a new world. .