Design scénique, mise en scène de l'espace, histoires en coulisses

Scenic design, staging space, stories behind the scenes


  • Designers set an international table

    By Fulvio Bertocci on 30 April 2017
    “Designer of all kind are concerned by the tasting experience : they are architects, furniture or lighting designers, artists and are signing for high quality vessel.“       The Englishman Tom Dixon got involved in the aperitive drinks with his Plum Martini set. You can turn the glass upside down to consider its symmetric conic line in two sizes. […]
  • Mirra 2, the next

    By Laure Carsalade on 19 May 2014
    After the launch of the working chair Mirra 10 years ago, Herman Miller confirms its initial success (1.5 million sales) as the American series, with a second episode: Mirra 2. Mirra 2 by Herman Miller is no longer the same seat as the Mirra, although its genetic identity is recognizable, but a newcomer on the market with optimistic colors. It […]
  • Kacper Hamilton enriches Ballantine’s aged flavors

    By Fulvio Bertocci et Laure Carsalade on 19 December 2010
    Can Theater help to develop senses? Yes, answers Kacper Hamilton in three questions. Time is key, you have to consider and celebrate the 12 years maturity of the beverage. His bespoke glasses, invented for a limited edition, appear like a prescription… in moderation. Where are your roots as a designer? Creativity came very young I must say. As a boy, […]
  • Three acts… or more for an icon !

    By Laure Carsalade on 27 April 2010
    The FK Chair by Walter Knoll has already known three lives. First when born in the 60’s, it was avant-garde, then second moment when SHE became a classic and in the twenty first century, with its appearance in the Devil wears Prada, as Meryl Streep chair key role of a fashion specialist. That makes three acts of a play still […]
  • Design illusions

    By Fulvio Bertocci on 14 April 2010
    The PAD (Pavillon of the Arts and Design) took place in March in Paris and was the opportunity to discover objects in limited edition, notable for their double appearance, according to the point of view. For example, a piece of wall hiding a dresser, a solid chair that seems to have been extensed as a made of a soft elastic. […]
  • Lighting programmation

    By Madeleine Sounder on 8 April 2010
    Zumtobel, the light specialist company, is involved in a particularly comfortable way of using power. As far as offices are concerned, it proposes a programmation system that is adapting the lux to the variations of natural light in a daytime, offering both an economy of energy and a biorythmical support for desk workers. A revolution coming?