Discovering the pop and naive sculptures of Léa Mestres 

Léa Mestres

The style of the young designer, a graduate of the ESAD in Reims and the Design School Academy of Eindhoven, is far removed from the industrial rigidity that has come to characterize 20th-century design. To serve her vision, Léa Mestres has taken everyday objects and turned them into real sculptures with soft and enveloping forms. […]

 Connie-Connie, the Danish café with 25 stools 


To design its café, the Danish gallery Copenhagen Contemporary called on the TABLEAU studio. They also utilized other talents to design the seating for Connie-Connie: 25 artists, architects, and designers, both established and emerging, designed their own chair and bench for the establishment. The special thing about these pieces is that they were all made […]

 IRO : Japanese design through the prism of colors


In the Land of the Rising Sun, colors (iro) have been used to mark rank and social hierarchy since the 7th century. Since then, these chromatic meanings have evolved and have been extended to several types of objects. This book, written by Rossella Menegazzo, a specialist in photography, graphic design, and Japanese art, published by […]

James Tralie, director of nostalgia 

James Tralie

Marseille, nature, and nostalgia. These are the three elements that animate the work of American James Tralie. The young artist’s digital worlds have been noticed on Instagram, invaded by water and vegetation. His creativity is inspired by his stay in the Phocaean city during his studies and catalyzed by the confinement imposed by Covid-19, during […]

Diego Faivre : objects per minute 

After working in a factory as a “blue collar worker,” Diego Faivre, who attended the Design Academy in Eindhoven, became aware of the value of time, which was evaluated, calculated, and recorded. A real indicator to evaluate human performance. A concept he wanted to explore through his “Minute Factory,” which underlines our obsession with time […]

The geometric colors of Daria Zinovatnaya

Daria Zinovatnaya

“Since my work is based on the use of color, I wanted to make this rug collection bright and unusual, connecting different planes of color in one composition. I think this rug collection turned out to be interesting and supremacist,” said Daria Zinovatnaya on the occasion of her collaboration with the Spanish carpet publishing house […]

Who is Gab Bois, behind the brioche Camaleonda that has gone viral? 

Gab Bois

Last January, the irreverent Estonian rapper Tommy Cash sent the web into a frenzy with a picture of himself sitting on a baked sofa. The connoisseurs’ eyes easily recognized the legendary sofa designed by B&B Italia in 1970 by Mario Bellini. But who was behind this unexpected (and happy) crossover between this design icon and […]

Six N. Five or the poetry of the virtual 

Sic N. Five

Just like its colleague Andrés Reisinger, Six N. Five is part of a generation of artists and designers who know how to make 3D digital creation an artform taken seriously by their contemporaries. A recognition accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic, and ratified by the arrival of the precious NFT, giving the creations of the metaverse […]