Installed in September in Saint-Germain-des-prés, Signé is a real eye-catcher in the middle of the overcrowded shop windows of the antique district. Its discreet façade reveals a scenography that catches the eye. Founded by Maxime Bouzidi, Signé is a new kind of design gallery which, by its discretion, puts forward a talented generation of architects and designers and supports their creations through publishing. The first designer to be published, Emmanuel Outy, has created a collection that will shake things up. Rounded seats in brick and Klein blue, a coffee table with surprising marble that dialogues with a totemic-looking suspension by the duo Marie et Alexandre, and a surrealist painting by Antoine Carbonne. This limited-edition furniture will be enriched with new pieces over time, and new designers will soon join the adventure. To be continued.
33, rue Bonaparte Paris 9e
Tuesday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.