During the event, the BHV, IKEA, Le Bon Marché give way to design with the common thread of sustainability, conviviality and creation, while offering events for the general public.
AT BHV, BLUE NATURE ORIGINS TAKES ITS NEIGHBORHOODS
Invited by the brand for the re-creation event, the furniture publisher, founded by Frank Lefebvre, highlights the driftwood which made its success since 1995. He reissues the iconic pieces from the Crusoe collection, adored and claimed by his fans! Today the driftwood cultivation sector, certified to European standards, is enhanced and enhanced by eco-responsible products. This is evidenced by the café dome, the shelters installed, all installed in the maze of courtyards in the Marais district.
Bleu Nature Origins at BHV cours, 34 rue de la Verrerie until September 18, 2021,
AT IKEA, WE ARE MORE AT HOME THAN EVER!
The Swedish furniture giant is proposing to educate as many people as possible about a sustainable world. This commitment has been anchored in the heart of the brand’s DNA for a long time now. Through artistic scenographies and participatory workshops, without forgetting the practical spirit specific to the department store, the visitor is invited to an immersive journey punctuated by healthy materials (wood, wool) bases of any product design, creations and novelties for the house in the Marais district.
Ikea, “The Planet is our House” from September 17 to 18, 2021, from 10 am to 7 pm, 5 rue St Merri, 75004 Paris
AU BON MARCHE, NEW DUO OF DESIGNERS
The Bon Marché Rive Gauche lighting space welcomes a duo of designers invited for the season, Sandra Benhamou and Pierre Gonalons. In this space of 100 m2, each one offers pieces of furniture from Bon Marché in an exclusive scenography. They had carte blanche in their favorite selection, for an unprecedented dialogue.
Le Bon Marché, second floor of the store, 24 rue de Sèvres, 75007 Paris,
In homage to the golden age of Studio 54, a famous Broadway nightclub, Sandra Benhamou, a young hopeful of French design, imagined the Ginger line, all in precious materials and enveloping curves.
Designer Pierre Gonalons combines French know-how and his Italian roots. Gifted, surprising, he knows how to handle organic forms with dexterity in a very personal fusion.