Designer Amélie Riech is the creative director and founder of the brand Uncommon Matters, under the label she creates jewellery and objects that will satisfy all your aesthetic needs at once. From architectural chokers and bracelets to geometric rings that are coloured in a stunning array of pastels, We adore the pieces by Uncommon Matters.
Paris Berbère has a captivating collection of Moroccan Berbère rugs procured straight from the source. What is interesting with this brand, as well as the reason why we chose to feature a brand instead of a creator, is the curation of the carpets collected. The owner has an amazing eye and is able to source and show us bold colours and prints we've never seen before.
Goodbye 2017, finished are the times to eat ourselves into oblivion. Now it's time to get back onto the horse and out of hibernation. I hope that you have a wonderful 2018, full of surprises and beautiful discoveries. Here is a selection of designers, who are still relatively under the radar but who are sure to shine in 2018.
Ever wonder what industrial materials, south korean objet design, neon signs and pink bubble wrap juxtaposed against pink gravel looked like inside of a shop, in the center of Paris looked like? Have a look.
It's time to go on vacation which is convenient because May is synonymous with long weekends. This selection is catered to the wanderer, as everybody knows that in May take advantage of the things which please us.
To start off 2017 on a good note, here is a selection which showcases the balance between the artist and the interior architect. In one word: eclecticism. Hopefully you will be surprised by some of this month's choices and you continue to come across little surprises throughout 2017!
say hi to_ collaborated with Galerie Ultra Moderne in Paris for our first event and exhibition featuring exclusive collaborations with illustrators Garance Vallée and Felicity Marshall.
Experimenting within the realm of furniture and object design using innovative and surprising themes and methods - the duo behind Döppel Studio have turned out some pretty interesting first pieces. I am especially enthralled with their use of crystallisation and light in their project Crystal Palace.
For November's roundup we highlight events and artists that are making waves in Los Angeles, as well as welcome some incredible design talent from New York and abroad with open arms to the City of Angels. From a site-specific installation in a mall to ashen and tarred ceramics to the trendiest socks (yes, socks!) this month's selection is full of visual delights.
With their wealth of knowledge and database of furniture design, heart and history in Paris - I thought Twin Pix would make the perfect Design Ambassador to Paris!
Here goes for Twin Pix's first monthly roundup of French designers, events, stores, links etc in French and English. Bienvenue Twin Pix!
There are few things I love more than discovering new projects and spaces around Paris started by other young creatives. So when I received an e-mail from Aapo Nikkanen, a Finnish artist living in Paris, inviting me to visit a new exhibition space to discover their creative intiative 'The Community: Offline' - I was very curious to check it out.
French illustrator and architect, Garance Vallée, translates the work of founding father of modernist architecture, Le Corbusier, in a series of four illustrations.
Lottie Hughes, young up and coming illustrator from London translates French furniture design studio, POOL's work into playful illustrations.