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Last week the village of Hyères at the French Riviera hosted the 27th International Festival of Fashion & Photography. In the impressive decor of the Villa Noailles young artist pave their way to international succes. It’s a very avant garde festival, a bohemian home where trends are set, where open minds come together to look
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The Mobilier National is the successor to the Garde-Meuble de la Couronne (the entity originally responsible for the safeguarding of royal furnishings and tapestries), which was reorganized by Colbert in 1663; its structure still serves as the basis for the current administration’s organization. In addition to maintaining inventories and conserving and caring for furnishings, the
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In the year 2008, the American designer George Nelson (1908-1986) would have celebrated his 100th birthday. To commemorate this occasion, the Vitra Design Museum exhibited the first comprehensive retrospective of his work. Nelson was one of the most influential figures in American design during the second half of the twentieth century. With an architectural degree
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LAMA & YHBHS partner to present a three-week interior showcase at the LAMA Showroom. Now open to the public, for 3 weeks, until the auction, Oct 9, 2011. “David John of the acclaimed arts and interiors blog You Have Been Here Sometime (YHBHS) will design and style a temporary interior space, the first of its
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After some deliveries in Paris i visited the exhibition at Artcurial. I must say that i was impressed of the well selected 12 french interior designers. single entrance for the “Interiors 2011, the art of living with art” 7 euro and 10 euro with a AD magazine that is dedicated to this exhibition. 3 floors
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Jean Prouvé 1901-1984: Industrial Beauty September 1, 2011, Ivorypress Art + Books presents the show Jean Prouvé 1901-1984: Industrial Beauty, dedicated to the outstanding French engineer, artisan and designer Jean Prouvé (Paris, 1901 – Nancy, 1984).   JEAN PROUVÉ 1901-1984, AV Monografías 149, 2011   This AV/Arquitectura Viva monograph accompanies the exhibition Jean Prouvé 1901-1984:
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Dear iDEALS, Polaroid technology revolutionized photography. In nearly all photographic areas – from landscape and genre, portrait and self-portrait, fashion and nudes – this unique imaging process has found enthusiastic devotees all over the world. Helmut Newton used the technology intensively starting in the 1970s, especially for his fashion photo shoots.   As he once
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Robin Day Royal Festival Hall

With the ‘Design and the Modern Interior’ exhibition at Pallant House Gallery about to draw to a close, we thought we’d better nip down to Chichester tout suite. The exhibition, which brings together the furniture designs of Robin Day and textile designs of his wife Lucienne, was a complete joy to behold, with three rooms
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Prouvé RAW is a collection of newly interpreted furniture classics from French designer and artisan Jean Prouvé. The designs of Jean Prouvé have been a source of inspiration for the creative team at G-Star for quite some time. This appreciation of and fascination with the artist was the starting point for Prouvé RAW in collaboration with Vitra. Thanks to the
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