Paris Design Week - 2019 › September 10 - Tuesday

Laurent Denize d'Estrées

 

Laurent Denize D’Estrées
CEO 14 Septembre

KIOSK by 14 septembre joins forces with Paris Design Week 2019 to rally, promote, enrich and share all the creative energy on show during this Parisian programme.

Discover 9 itineraries for this 9th edition, and an exciting theme - “Hybrid”.
 
New for this Parisian edition of KIOSK are the podcasts OFF Design, giving behind-the-scenes insights into projects by leading designers.
As with the first two editions (Milan, London), KIOSK is a useful tool for discovering all the latest news from our clients, as well as favourites from our teams and influencers.
You’ll also find interviews with design personalities making waves all over the world.
 
I hope you enjoy strolling the streets, making extraordinary discoveries and meeting exciting new contacts.

Denize d'Estrées Laurent Agence 14 Septembre
› Denize d'Estrées Laurent

To end this PDW19 in style, we asked Matali to describe herself, her way of working, her next TV project (Design Ludique & Politique), and what she likes during this PDW19 edition.

Matali Crasset: Design Ludique & Politique - Centre Pompidou from Septembre 16th.

Paris Design Week - 2019 - September 10 - Tuesday - 14 SeptembreBrompton Design District Late night opening
Bréas Laurène Agence 14 Septembre
› Bréas Laurène

Right after Paris Design Week, London Design Festival will start (14-22 September) - Brompton Design District will host a late night opening on Thursday 19 September. This is the perfect opportunity to visit the following stores & galleries...

Cassina 

Meridiani 

The Conran Shop 

MINT 

Molteni&C

Kartell 

Society Limonta 

Bio-ID

Tacchini & Disegno 

MDR Gallery 

OKA 

The London Fountain Co.

Oficina Penades

 

Gozé Guillaume Agence 14 Septembre
› Gozé Guillaume

STALINGRAD-PIGALLE-BARBES

Interview of Cyril Aouizérate, an alchemist + founder + CEO of the MOB Hotel.

The MOB HOTEL is a concrete utopia that is totally porous to its environment, anchored in places that are constantly changing and bringers of hope. Design and Art are fully embedded within the hotel and a key part of the Mob movement.  

 

https://www.mobhotel.com/

MOB HOTEL 6 Rue Gambetta, 93400 Saint-Ouen

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Lemonnier Guillaume Agence 14 Septembre
› Lemonnier Guillaume

STALINGRAD-BARBES-PIGALLE

DANIEL

This year, DANIEL presents its collection of lighting, decorative objects and furniture at Le 371. With a special scenography imagined just for the occasion, the collaboration marks the boutique's reopening as well as the presentation of new items.

371 rue des Pyrénées 75020

Sara Henrichs Agence 14 Septembre
› Sara Henrichs

STALINGRAD-PIGALLE-BARBES

Interview of Christophe Hoffmann, founder of 25 Hours Hotel, located Gare du Nord.

- Who are you?

- A modern nomad, passionate storyteller and hotel romantic longing for the analogue

 

- How would you define your way of working?

- I love to work in an environment of flexibility, trust and freedom. I like to interact with other people and strongly believe that best things happen when you are amongst inspiring people. For creating interesting and sustainable concepts it is important for me to create a network of like-minded people.

 

- What does Made in France/ French design mean to you?

- When it comes to French design I always connect in my mind with the beautiful antique markets such as in Saint Quen and L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue; this for me represents the tradition and art de vivre of the French.

 

- Why did you decide to open a 25 hours in Paris North

- It is the perfect 25hours neighborhood because it is melting pot, offers inspiration through people all over the world and sets itself apart from the typical exclusive Parisian arrondissements.

 

- How would you describe yourself in 1 word ?

- Curious

 

- you're German, what is your country's most emblematic design object ? 

- Porsche 911

 

-If you would be a (design or other) object what would you be?

- A motobecane racing bike…

 

Hotel 25hours Terminus Nord

12 Boulevard de Denain Oppsite, Gare du Nord, 75010 Paris

Paris Design Week - 2019 - September 10 - Tuesday - 14 SeptembreVeronique Maire
Ackel Guillaume Agence 14 Septembre
› Ackel Guillaume

STALINGRAD-BARBES-PIGALLE

3 TOPS FROMS VERONIQUE MAIRE

Véronique Maire began her career within Andrée Putman’s design studio where she was in charge of the development of products and furniture. In 2001, she co-founded the design studio “IK DESIGN” which focuses on product design as well as commissioned events. Rich in these experiences, she created her own design office in 2006 and launched her own brand in 2013, Mamama, specialized in tableware. She recently designed a collection called Delight for Maison Emile Henry.  

 

KISSKISSBANKBANK - 34 RUE DE PARADIS 75010 PARIS

DANIEL X LE 371 - 371 RUE DES PYRÉNÉES 75020 PARIS

LA ROTONDE STALINGRAD - 6-8 PLACE DE LA BATAILLE DE STALINGRAD 75019 PARIS

Paris Design Week - 2019 - September 10 - Tuesday - 14 SeptembreSandrine Alouf
Rafenne Sara Agence 14 Septembre
› Rafenne Sara

STALINGRAD-BARBES-PIGALLE

TIPS FROM SANDRINE ALOUF

For PDW19, we asked the Belgian eclectic artist and designer Sandrine Alouf a few tips and adresses in North Paris.

- Le Resto de L’Institut des Cultures de l’Islam , 19 - 23 rue Léon - An organic restaurant, a hammam, a concert and exhibition center + a cool garden and a corner to play "pétanque" 

- Le Musée de la Vie Romantique , 16 rue Chaptal . A beautiful Parisian Hotel particulier in a heaven of tranquility.

- Carmen , 34 rue Dupérré . Dance, sing til the sun disappears.

- Musée de l’Art Brut , Halle Saint Pierre , 2 rue Ronsard . Unique and "outsider" exhibitions. 

sandrinealouf.com

Paris Design Week - 2019 - September 10 - Tuesday - 14 SeptembreRuben Modigliani - AD Italia
Grandi Livia Agence 14 Septembre
› Grandi Livia

PDW19: I LOVE PARIS INTERVIEW

RUBEN MODIGLIANI - Senior Editor AD ITALIA

I was born in a family of design fanatics and I grew up in an amazing house just outside Florence. And I have always loved magazines. Paris 1983, my first trip alone. I fell in love with the city and still am. I really, really like (randomly): its everchanging sky, pain aux raisins, neighborhood flower shops, the fact that you can actually walk to everywhere (provided you have the time), passages, museums, early 20th century buildings.

At first, I didn't even know the northern arrondissements. Then, as I got a bit more experienced, I started to explore them. And I found many reasons to love them: for their down-to-earth atmosphere, for the unpretentious and delicious cafés, for the people, for the unexpected finds in places were tourist rarely - if ever - go. How daring! And how Paris.

My favourite addresses :

* Eglise Saint-Jean-de-Montmartre, the first church in reinforced concrete, still Art Nouveau but already longing for Rationalism. And I love the ceramic round tiles in the façade.

* Place Saint-Georges. I love to sit at the café sipping something and pretending I own the fabulous hôtel Thiers, that sits just on the opposite side (27, place Saint-Georges - the one at number 28, owned by the legendary Marquise de Païva, is a tad too brash for me).

* Musée Gustave Moreau for the spectacular staircase linking the two floors of the atelier. For the drawers full of drawings. And of course "L'apparition", a painting that never fails to impress.

* La Recyclerie, restaurant-plus-activities center in a former train station, for the atmosphere, the food and the light. And because it's the perfect pit stop to recharge before or after going to the Marché aux Puces.

* Le Centquatre, where I saw a Keith Haring exhibit that's still my mind, for the crew of kids practicing urban dance moves.

* Parc des Buttes-Chaumont for the totally dramatic Temple de la Sybille, perfect pavilion for the afternoon tea of a lifetime (one day or another I'll bring thermos and cups). And for Rosa Bonheur, such a funny place with its bal musette/Oktoberfest vibe.

* The Butte-Bergeyre, micro-neighborhood perched up on a small hill hidden behind a curtain of tall buildings. You take the stairs at 17 rue Manin and it's like entering, step by step, a different time. Once on top you will find cobbled streets, tiny gardens, and one of the few Parisian wineyards. Plus a spectacular view on the Sacré-Coeur.

* 72 rue de Belleville: birthplace of Edith Piaf. Enough said.

* Entrepots Macdonald: the longest (617 metres!) building in Paris, an array of very eclectic contemporary architectures built on a masterplan coordinated by OMA. It's still Paris, but it feels like another world.

Paris Design Week - 2019 - September 10 - Tuesday - 14 SeptembrePauline Deltour
Gozé Guillaume Agence 14 Septembre
› Gozé Guillaume

Pauline Deltour is our guest Today. This eclectic designer is telling us more about her background, why and how she became a designer. Reviewing her latest collaborations from PATIO, the outdoor collection designed for the French manufacturer Tolix to Monimalz, a connected game for children, Pauline Deltour talks about her recent projects as well as she unveils her taste and sensibility to arts and design in general.

Gozé Guillaume Agence 14 Septembre
› Gozé Guillaume

For PDW19, the famous fashion designer Margaret Howell is hosting in her confidential boutique an exhibition around one English icon: the Brown Betty teapot.

The re-engineered Brown Betty teapot is the result of a three-year research and development project led by British ceramic designer Ian McIntyre. The exhibition shows the process of designing and developing one of the most manufactured teapots in British history.

As part of Paris Design Week we were lucky enough to interview Ian McIntyre. 

6 PLACE DE LA MADELEINE
75008 PARIS

Paris Design Week - 2019 - September 10 - Tuesday - 14 Septembre
Mitchell Rebecca Agence 14 Septembre
› Mitchell Rebecca

Right after Paris Design Week, London Design Festival will start (14-22 September) - We have Interviewed Julien Desormeaux from Mad Atelier Design Studio, London.

1. What is your installation about this year?

We are showcasing the work of an incredible artist and designer - Cristian Zuzunaga. For LDF 2019, his patterns and colours will interweave with the atelier's fabric. We are thrilled about our collaboration! 

2. What are your recommendations for LDF?

- Bamboo Ring by Kengo Kuma at the V&A

- Please Sit by Fenton House curated by Gitta Gschwendtner and Commissioned by the National Trust 

- Walala Lounge, Camille Walala 

- Definitely go and see Zuzunaga's showing his Zero Waste project at Design Junction

3. Your best memory during LDF

2018 - During the launch party of our installation - Reviving Lord Cecil - the DJ played a song by UK Subs, a punk band that used to play in the pub, one of the guests told us that they were managing the band back at the time! A slide of local history revived, the feeling of having engaged with locals through design felt like fulfilment - pure happiness. 

Paris Design Week - 2019 - September 10 - Tuesday - 14 SeptembreIsabelle de Ponfilly
Sergeant Laura Agence 14 Septembre
› Sergeant Laura

Vitra's amazing showroom stands right in the middle of Paris, near the Opera House (5 Rue Boudreau, 75009 Paris).  Isabelle de Ponfilly,  Vitra France CEO, was kind enough to share with us her best addresses in the neighbourhood:

  • Restaurant: Paparazzi au 6 square de l’Opéra Louis Jouvet 75009 Paris 01 40 07 92 56. Italy charms in a beautiful Parisian frame

  • Café: The Printemps Terrasses @ 2 rue du Havre 75009 Paris, with cafés on the 7th floor and a panoramic view all over Paris.  The restaurant Perruche on the 8th floor offers a delightful garden. 

  • Gallery: Théâtre de l’Athénée @ 7 rue Boudreau 75009 Paris. www.athenee-theatre.com

  • Store: Musée du Parfum de Fragonard @ 5 square de l’Opéra Louis Jouvet 75009 Paris. Learn the long history of Perfume by experts.

Ready for a Design ride?

For this edition Kiosk is on wheel. Each day we will be exploring a different neighbourhood with our KIOSK delivery tricycle
On Thursday 5th follow us in Saint Germain, Friday 6th rue du Vertbois, Saturday 7th we will be around Bastille and the Marais, Sunday 8th we will bike to M&O, and end up Monday 9th around Opéra and Concorde.