annual Paris Design Week is a wrap, and we’ve done our design-loving-best to gather our most favorite finds. Kicking off with fferrone’s mesmerizing line of glassware inspired by the promise of summer, and wrapping with a series of solid bronze totems influenced by Maori culture – we’re happy to report the magic of design is alive and well and hope you feel it in our 12 reasons why…
Limited edition table in resin and brass by Georges Mohasseb for Side Gallery.
Tables and stools in luxe leather. Design by Stephane Parmentier for Giobagnara.
Sculptural fiberglass seating by Imperfettolab.
Hand blown glass decanters by Julie Johnson for VERGLASS°.
Perforated metal hardware by Stéphane Parmentier for Maison Vervloet.
Murano glass vase in tooth fairy pink by Lara Bohinc for Bohinc Studio.
Sculptural wood coat stand by Baptiste Ducommun for Kybeck.
Lounge chair in luxe Louison upholstery. Designed by Nanna and Jørgen Ditzel in 1958 for Getama. Available through The Conran Shop.
Sculptural chair. Part of the debut collection from Nabil Issa.
Leather-wrapped boxes topped in golden spheres by Stehane Parmentier for Giobagnara.
Solid bronze totems inspired by the Maori culture. Design by Stephane Parmentier for Maison Vervloet.