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PARIS DESIGN WEEK 2021 : les repérages de la rédaction

Through the galleries and ephemeral showrooms, the Intramuros editorial team offers you a series of the most striking and endearing objects, among many others … Design, in open sea mode!


This brand intimately combines natural material and craftsmanship drawn from the local traditions of Mexico. Plaids and blankets, Aniza. 


Passion drives Sylvain Marcoux, founder, who unearths the best of Mexican design talent and ensures its marketing in Europe. These stunning objects are refined by manual polishing revealing the material which becomes translucent. Objects and utility containers in resin, creation Atlawa, Maison Marcoux.


Between Italian craftsmanship and cutting-edge technology, these suspensions offer each model a new adventure of organic figures. This rich and extensive palette of shapes, horseshoe, oval or faceted dome, unites with the design of diffused light. Moonstone collection, Giopato & Coombes design, Boom_Room. 


The Antwerp designer inaugurates a first collection initiated by the gallery, which highlights the beauty of rough and polished stone. An aesthetic that confirms the brand’s signature. Moonstone, Aeron Prox collection, Pieter Maes design, Boom_Room Editions.


Designed in the 1970s by the French artist Odile Mir, this collection was distributed and accessible by Prisunic, when design surfaced between the quest for utopia and modernity. Today, reissued by interior designer Léonie Alma, the artist’s granddaughter, these inventive creations are made in France, via short channels. Collection, Lomm Editions.


The design is the first requirement of the designer who designed this chair with an ergonomic angle. To be placed inside or outside. Valerie low chair, in lacquered steel, design Marie Michielssen, Serax. 


Inspired by the entrance gates of Japanese temples, this seat is designed with rigor and elegance, in a free composition around the cylinder and a mottled fabric. Torii fireside chair, design Maison Philippe Hurel.


This cheerful collection of plates reveals the talent and generosity of Anglo-Israeli chef Yotam Ottolenghi, celebrating the sharing of a meal full of flavor and color. Feast Collection, creation in collaboration with Italian artist Ivo Bisignano, Serax.