Founded by visual artist Mathilde Lehmann and product designer Valentine Sée in 2015, Seem Soap is a Parisian creative studio caring about condition of everyday objects, often forgot.
When mentioning Paris’ Champs-Élysées, everybody can imagine crowds of tourist. Nevertheless, it’s worth discovering hidden gems such as the Maison du Denmark and its sumptuous Flora Danica brasserie and the Copenhague restaurant.
Séverine Redon, founder of Artdicted agency and co-founder of ‘Le Coeur’ gallery space is behind the unique space of the ‘Villa Rose’.
Inspired by the memories and feelings connected with childhood, the Joke Hotel was designed and renovated by Philippe Maidenberg of Maidenberg Architecture and the Astotel Group.
Linda Bergroth transforms the building of the Finnish Institute of Culture in Paris into a minimal, KOTI design hotel. Celebrating 100 years of Finnish independence, the name translates as ‘home’ and was inspired by summer-cottage houses. A sense of serenity and harmony fills the wooden cabins, furnished with the best of country’s design – Innolux…
‘Trichroic Tapestries’ is a collection of modular tapestries and an innovative alternative for classic weaving. Created by a French artist, Rive Roshan, who’s testing lenticular effects in textiles.
Closed for 4 years, ‘Le Grand Musée du Parfum’ has finally reopened on last December in Paris. Architecture firm Projectiles was in charge of the architecture and the scenography on this fun project.