VIA DESIGN 3.0 at the CENTRE POMPIDOU
To celebrate its 30th anniversary, the French design institution the VIA (Valorisation of Innovation in Furnishing) is presenting this selection, downstairs at the Pompidou Centre, of about 40 prototypes of the most representative examples of French design created over the last 30 years (and financed by grants from the VIA) including early pieces from the likes of Phillippe Starck, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Matali Crasset, Andrée Putman, Martin Szekely, Mathieu Lehanneur, but also designs from up-and-coming designers like Ammar Eloueini & François Brument, recently discovered by the VIA.
Until 1 Feb.
“Lit Clos” – design Erwan BOUROULLEC
canapé “Profil” – design Jean NOUVEL, 1989édition Ligne Roset
ensemble “W at hôm” – design Matali CRASSET
coiffeuse “La Lune” – design Andrée PUTMAN, édition Ecart International puis Poltrona Frau
fauteuil “Costes” – design Philippe STARCK 1982
I had the luck to see this exposition today, there are many amazing product to see, the only “problem” is that we can “try” the product.
I wanted to try the closed bed, but no way…