Ode to 30 avenue Montaigne - Monsieur Dior’s private mansion, in the form of a trompe- l’oeil, the couture house’s new showcase unrolls a ribbon staircase over three oors to discover the brand’s iconic pieces and latest collections, as well as works and sculptures from the Nilufar and Negropontes galleries and furniture by Dimore Studio, Paolo Castelli, Osanna Visconti di Modrone, Ramy Fischler and Philippe Malouin.
The South Korean health and wellness company Bodyfriend is shaking up Haussmann Boulevard with its high-end massage chairs inspired by the design of yachts, private jets or sports cars... like the Lamborghini chair model. The development of the design of new products, under the leadership of designer Vincent du Sartel, former artistic director at Louis Vuitton and Loewe, aims to create a new “health care lifestyle” with a personalized experience. From sensors that record heart rate to regulate mas- sage intensity to the decompression function of muscles in the “zero gravity” position... these futuristic devices promise to adapt to the mor- phology and well-being of each client.
First hotel of designers Juan Pablo Narango and Jean-Christophe Orthlieb (studio Nocc) and young entrepreneur Zied Sanhaji, the boutique hotel Amastan revisits the codes of hospitality. Some twenty rooms to welcome the dandy traveller in transit, who will appreciate the high-tech equipment, the materials resulting from craftsmanship - ceramics, wickerwork, marble in the bathroom - as much as a certain taste for objects of curiosity. The green inner courtyard, created by the design and creative of ce “Les mauvaises graines”, gives the place an intimate and friendly atmosphere. The menus follow the prescriptions of the locavores and the art space, animated by the Purple and Cambell-Rey studio, receives the creators for ephemeral exhibitions and/or sales.
Description The Spanish group’s showroom, which specialises in the manufacture of materials and products for bathroom and kitchen furnishings, showcases a wide range of materials and products at the cutting edge of technology and design, not through samples but in real-life situations.
Recognized worldwide for the quality of its porcelain and its decorations, Maison Haviland puts its know-how at the service of a new art of living. Lighting, porcelain paintings, collections of vases, candles, candle jars and decorative items are at the heart of a contemporary lifestyle offer.
Legendary master glassmaker, the name Daum, reveals a reminiscence of an ancestral art of more than a century. From the Ecole de Nancy to Art Nouveau, to Decorative Arts, Daum has been there for all the important moments of artistic creation modern know-how, this ever-renewed marriage of art and Arts and crafts. The unique know-how of the Manufacture has never wavered and continues to operate today with the same brilliance. The diversity of collections in 140 years of creation is the fruit of a family history.