WantedDesign will present a selection of the French and American designers projects shown at WantedDesign Brooklyn in 2017, 2018 and 2019. The duos all worked on new and uniques pieces that have never been exhibited in France. The highlight will be on all the glass projects previously presented in NYC part of Oui Design and The Transatlantic Creative Exchange.
Featured projects and designers:
Francois Azambourg (Paris) + CIAV Meisenthal (France) + Brooklyn Glass (New York)
Elise Graham (Los Angeles) + CIAV Meisenthal (France)
Steven Haulenbeek (Chicago) + CIAV Meisenthal (France)
Jonah Takagi (Washington) + CIRVA Marseille (France)
Pauline Deltour (Paris) + Corning Museum of Glass (Corning)
Philippe Nigro (Paris) + Corning Museum of Glass (Corning)
The exhibition will include a lighting installation from American designers presented by Triode: Allied Maker, David Weeks, Gabriel Scott, Jason Miller, Roll & Hill, John Hogan, John Pomp, Lindsey Adelman, Ocrùm. triodedesign.com
The exhibit will also feature pieces from the six designers selected for the Rising Talent Awards.
Introduced in 1995, the Rising Talent Awards celebrate emerging designers from different parts of the world, who are selected by a local jury of renowned industry leaders.
MAISON&OBJET, the international trade fair for design, decoration and lifestyle, held every September and January in Paris, will shine a spotlight on the United States this year by honoring up-and-coming American designers with its Rising Talent Awards.
WantedDesign was part of the Jury who selected the US Talents: Alex Brokamp, Bailey Fontaine, Green River Project, Harold, Kin & Company, and Rosie Li.
American Design in Paris exhibit. Galerie Joseph, Espace Froissart, 7 rue Froissart 75003 Paris
From September 4-11, 11am-7pm
Cocktails, Saturday September 7, 7-9pm (by invitation)
The exhibit is presented in collaboration with Triode, Paris Design Week and MAISON&OBJET, and supported by Industry City and Oui design.
Launched in 2016, Oui Design is a program developed by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy and its partner foundation FACE, in order to foster creative exchange in design between France and the U.S.