On the picture: Vitrine Rome me manque… with white glazed ceramic sculptures by Bela Silva and embroidered lamp shades in collaboration with Eugénie Collet. Photo Hugard & Vanoverschelde & Margaux Nieto
French interior architect Pierre Yovanovitch presents his first furniture brand, ‘Pierre Yovanovitch Mobilier’. Made in collaboration with Europe’s finest craftspeople, the pieces within the collection combine elements of the classic and characterful,
British designer Sebastian Cox has built a successful furniture company around the idea of a tightly controlled artisanal production model that cuts out the middleman and allows nature to inform every step of the process.
Galerie Templon presented ‘Living Inside’, a solo exhibition by Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota. Featuring a group of new works, both intimate and delicate, the exhibition explored the notion of home and the fragmentation of our daily reality.
Front Design is known for creating playful, avant-garde objects. Shifting between research-driven and experimental projects, the eponymous Swedish design studio embraces tactile and surprising elements to lend their designs a sense of magic.
AFIKARIS Gallery presents Human@Condition, Cameroonian artist Jean David Nkot’s first extensive solo exhibition in France. The exhibition highlights an all-new series of Nkot’s signature hyper-realistic portraits over mapped backgrounds.