Opened in 2006, across the road from Ca- ravane La Maison, the boutique Caravane Bastille La Table makes tableware its business. Recently renovated, the boutique offers a choice of inte- resting materials, recycled glass, traditionally made handpainted ceramics, hammered metal, Iraca weave and also unique works of table linen.
Renowned the world over for its timeless and pure design, as well as for its capacity to innovate Gaggenau has been reinventing the home kitchen for 300 years now. The philosophy ‘less is more’ underlies all that they do have done in the past and continue to do, as Sven Baacke, Design Director points out: 'The beauty of our products comes from a desire to reduce their form to the barest essentials'.
European design comes together at Atù : Italy with Danese Milano, Gufram and the innovative creativity of Edra, of ce furniture with ICF, the minimalism of MDF Italia, Mogg, Valsecchi, Fornasarig, or Colos, the so British Tom Dixon and the iconic Anglepoise, the unexpected Marcel Wanders for Moooi and Moooi Carpets, Extremis from Belgium, Systemtronic and Viccarbe from Spain, the savoir-faire of french Bosc and Moustache.
REV-architecture agency transformed this optician’s into something of a chocolate shop straight out of a Tim Burton movie. Sensee, a start-up spectacles brand, offers Made in France (from Oyonnax in the Jura) glasses along with a new fun, easy and clever consumer experience.
For more than 35 years, Sopha offers a world view of design in its 300 sqm Showroom En, from classics from Gio Ponti, Andrée Putman and Philippe Starck to recent creations by JeanMichel Wilmotte, Matteo Thun, Jan Puylaert, Arik Levy and the Korean designer Seung-Yong Song.
The iconic address of the Mercadier brand 16 Chantier street is transformed into a workshop creating a new shop at the number 10 of the same street. A Showroom En of 70sqm revealing on the right a color chart of all their colors of polished concrete introduced by the founders fteen years ago for it materials until then booked for the black and the grey.
After the rue des Vinaigriers, Kann Design has opened a second boutique this time in the up and coming Batignolles district. Houssam Kanaan specialises in copies of vintage furniture that he has made in a family business in Lebanon. The 40 sqm boutique shows a selection of small scale furniture from the 1950’s, including tables, sofas and armchairs.