Siseng

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The burger takes Asian flavors in the Parisian restaurant of the French chef with Sino-Laotian origin Stéphane Siseng . Placed along the Canal Saint Martin, the Asian food bar offers Bao Burgers as in Hong Kong: a real delight. Here they work with family. The service is attentive and smiling. You can have lunch until 16h which is really rare in Paris. The decor is warm thanks to the dominant of wood and filament bulbs. I was installed on one of the large tables near the bay window to enjoy the view. I ordered the five spice beef version with sweet potato fries and an iced tea home made with spicy notes. Nothing to say everything was delicious! And more, the addition is not painful: 15€ for the lunch menu.

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Siseng: 82, quai de Jemmapes, 75010 Paris

Design Trends: Techno Made

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Vincent Grégoire for Nelly Rodi’s Trends Space on Maison & Objet January 2015 put forward the technology in the making…

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The hand, the tool of a new luxury, touches and transforms. From the alphabet of materials and the grammar of technique, the savoir-faire of neo-craftspersons writes sensitive and rare objects. These works demonstrate radical singularity beyond their function. The art of making is freeing the object itself from the mundane, thus giving it the possibility to leave its mark upon time.

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The metamorphoses that separate the raw material from the finished piece illustrate a vast and fascinating range of savoir-faire. The hand plays the leading role in the theatre of technique. A tool of the mind, we assign it its own intelligence, with knowledge shared and enriched from one generation to the next. The world of luxury gives new life to its value by bearing witness to the steps required to realise exceptional products. Similarly, designers overwhelmingly endorse the sensuality and singularity to which such objects give rise, as a counterpoint to globalisation.

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Design Trends: Humain Made

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Elizabeth Leriche’s Trends Space Maison & Objet January 2015 put forward the humain in the making…

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Agustina Bottoni / Simon Hasan

The hand, the tool of a new luxury, touches and transforms. From the alphabet of materials and the grammar of technique, the savoir-faire of neo-craftspersons writes sensitive and rare objects. These works demonstrate radical singularity beyond their function. The art of making is freeing the object itself from the mundane, thus giving it the possibility to leave its mark upon time.

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Michal Cerderbaum & NoamDover

The metamorphoses that separate the raw material from the finished piece illustrate a vast and fascinating range of savoir-faire. The hand plays the leading role in the theatre of technique. A tool of the mind, we assign it its own intelligence, with knowledge shared and enriched from one generation to the next. The world of luxury gives new life to its value by bearing witness to the steps required to realise exceptional products. Similarly, designers overwhelmingly endorse the sensuality and singularity to which such objects give rise, as a counterpoint to globalisation.

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Tortus Studio

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Design Trends: Nature Made

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François Bernard’s Trends Space on Maison & Objet January 2015 put forward the nature in the making…

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Origine Atelier

Life scientists, artists and designers summon the spirit of Mother Nature and dabble in her laws with rather sorcerer-like rituals. Letting chance, experiments and mutations made by these bio-magicians catalyse wondrous things. Thus are born fascinating creations that herald a new generation of objects.

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Observing natural phenomena sustains the quest for knowledge and beauty. It leads scientists and designers towards a common experimentation platform. Their work anticipates approaches to manufacturing that mimic or utilise the ways living things develop, to recreate their fascinating magic and spontaneous mutations.

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Wim L. Noorduin

Alongside these empirical approaches are appearing new families of objects. They use organic properties and compose with time, to satisfy our need for contemplation and enchantment.

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Hilden and Diaz

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Brabbu Design Forces

 

Chronochrome

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The gallerist Emmanuel Perrotin simultaneously organizes a double exhibition of the Venezuelan artist Jesus Rafael Soto (1923-2005) in his spaces of Paris and New York. An almost museum project because the guest curator, Mathieu Poirier, got the loan of more than sixty works made between 1957 and 2003. I am totaly in love withnthis artist since childhood and especially his « Pénétrables ». they have such a playful aspect. I also paid tribute to him during one of my achievements at the university.

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Until the 28th of Febuary at the Gallery Emmanuel Perrotin: 76, rue de Turenne, 73003 Paris

Fashion Mix

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Between personal routes and history of fashion, Fashion Mix tells a different side of immigration, those men and women, artisans, designers, contributing to the reputation of Paris, the international capital of fashion. From Charles Frederick Worth to Azzedine Alaïa, Mariano Fortuny, Issey Miyake and Yohji Yamamoto, Elsa Schiaparelli, Martin Margiela, or Cristobal Balenciaga, Paco Rabanne and Raf Simons, all these foreign designers have revolutionized the French fashion and enriched its history. The program for this exhibition curated by Olivier Saillard: a hundred iconic pieces for the most conserved at the Musée Galliera (the fashion Museum of Paris) accompanied by documents from archives and unpublished interviews. So far, I never had the opportunity to visit this museum. The place is beautiful and it is worth a visit. This exhibition will delight all fashion fans. The pieces presented are incredible of beauty and the simplicity of presentation emphasize them.

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Until the 31th of May at the Museum of the History of Immigration: 293, Avenue Daumesnil, 75012 Paris

Bears and Racoons

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A vegetal wall, a mix of vintage and industrial deco, a bearded server, no you’re not in Brooklyn but in Paris at Bears and Racoons: a new gluten free address. A huge slate behind the bar tells you the menu. I was seduced by the Cot Cot: a chicken sandwich as its name suggests. It was prepared minute front of my eyes. I was amazed by the quality and the crisp of the,bread: so delicious! The place is cozy and not expensive for Paris (9€ for a sandwich and a drink). You can eat in or to takeaway. There is free wifi and a large grocery corner. For sure, I will return for a tea time to test their pastries.

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Bears & Raccoons : 21, rue Richard Lenoir, 75011 Paris