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D'Days 2016: an edition under the sign of R / Evolution

D'Days 2016: an edition under the sign of R / Evolution

Designers of progress, designers provide daily solutions at the time of the third industrial revolution. This is the reason why this year, the D'Days resonate with the sound of R / Evolution. 3D printing, recycled materials, discreet technology, craftsmanship and know-how, full spotlight on the editorial staff's 10 favorites identified at the event.

Upcycling made in Taiwan


Mélanie VASSART

The Nbt collaborative network. STUDIO presents a responsible approach to upcycling by combining traditional techniques and cutting-edge techniques. They thus create luxury designer products from recycled waste and materials. Not bad is not it ? //www.nbtstudio.com/

3D printing


Mélanie VASSART

Thanks to its large format 3D printer, the Lyon startup Drawn publishes and produces design furniture like this armchair opposite which looks like a real work of modern art. //www.drawn.fr/

Modular and connected


Mélanie VASSART

Modular, customizable, technological ... Plug & Dream is a piece of furniture that perfectly matches our current way of life. Some modules act as storage, others as lamps, smartphone dock, perfume diffuser, speaker and even video projector! All controllable with a simple phone or tablet! But the real plus is this design which aims to make technology less intrusive, more discreet. Bet successful, we are totally in love! //www.pluganddream.com/

Polyal, material of the future


Mélanie VASSART

A mixture of plastic and aluminum from the recycling of food bricks, Polyal is transformed by Alliance Carton Nature into designer urban furniture. Flexible, resistant, waterproof, this promising material has not finished making headlines! //www.alliance-carton-nature.org/

Gold at Legrand


Mélanie VASSART

Made-to-measure manufacturing, craftsmanship, noble material, the Art Gold leaf switch from the Arnould Art collection is a concentrate of pure light. Also to be discovered in pink gold or Corten steel and in refined formats such as medallions. //www.legrand.fr/

Diversion and industrial techniques


Mélanie VASSART

Vincent Rousseau likes to divert objects (as shown in this milk jug transformed into a toilet flush) and to use industrial techniques (such as laser cutting to make this light in aluminum strips). The result is refined, evokes the sweetness of life, in short, we love it! //www.rovt-design.com/

A real box!


Mélanie VASSART

This collection of cardboard furniture, light and easy to assemble called "Gruff Set" was developed by Max Frommeld & Arno Mathies. A real favorite for the modernity of the execution! //eyesontalents.com/

Prototypes in 3D printing


Mélanie VASSART

Revolution with Thierry Deleforge who integrates the 3D printer in his creation process! His design pieces are modeled and printed in miniature in his Fab Lab in Saint-Germain-des-Prés installed for the occasion. The new line "165" has also seen the light of day this week. //www.thierrydeleforge.com/

The flexibility of leather at Hermès


Mélaniz VASSART

Worked like a sheet of paper, leather gives birth to multiple undulations and creates an architectural, poetic and imaginative shelf. A creation signed Muller Van Severen, duo of Belgian designers for Hermès. //www.hermes.com/