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POP44 – Exhibition le Voyage à Nantes this summer

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Voyages à Nantes
Exhibition POP 44
July and August
Atlanbois, Bâtiment B, 15 bd Léon Bureau 44200 Nantes, France
 
TABISSO has been selected by Atlanbois to take part to the summer event Voyage à Nantes. We invite you to discover the exhibition POP44 focusing on wood and its different applications in furniture, construction, design … the story of this know how is strong in the region Pays de La Loire.
 
The objects of the exhibition are organized around four major themes of everyday life, HOUSE / NATURE / COFFEE BREAK / WORK
We are happy to be part of scenography for the WORK setting, showcasing a walnut chair Ciel! model TONIC designed by Noé Duchaufour Lawrance.
 
Realisation : exhibition « Bois & aménagement des espaces de vie », by Atlanbois and Cluster Quartier de la création, in partnership with AFPIA-SOLFI2A and UNIFA Ouest. Curator: Marie Cécile Pinson.
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© TABISSO – Le Voyage à Nantes, Atlanbois, exhibition POP44

 

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© TABISSO – Le Voyage à Nantes, Atlanbois, exhibition POP44 Chair Ciel! model Tonic, design Noé Duchaufour Lawrance

 

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On board the Harmony of the Seas

Micah bar stools, designed by Michael Sean Stolworthy
Futuristic bar stools on board the Oasis Harmony of the Seas, largest cruise ship ever built

The project started by love at first sight among the designers at Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, eagerly seeking a mecha/droid-like set of stools as a finishing touch for a bar on board the Oasis Harmony of the Seas, the largest cruise ship ever built in history, set to come out of the French St. Nazaire shipyard STX.

Designed by Las Vegas based Michael Sean Stolworthy, the Micah stool was quickly considered as being THE absolute design piece required for their unique venue, the futurist Bionic Bar bound to be the first true robotic bar in the world, assembling cocktails with robotic arms just like in a car assembly line.

The sculptural, skeleton-like Micah stool is a complex form, and the production of the required pieces at a custom height in record time was a great challenge. Due to time constraints and shear geometrical complexity, it was quickly decided to cast Micah in aluminum making use of a leading-edge technology, i.e. 3d printing of sand molds to cast the stools in one solid piece. The Micah stool project is among the first to use this technology for design furniture, allowing the resulting pieces to be as beautiful and uncompromising as they were originally conceived.

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WANTED DESIGN – exhibition in NEW YORK May 7th through the 17th

NYCxDESIGN Exhibition
Transatlantic Creative Exchange
with designer Michael S. Stolworthy
7-17 May, Brooklyn, New York

Follow this link for a full description of the Transatlantic Creative Exchange project.

The Transatlantic Creative Exchange project featured French-American pairs of designers and manufacturers who were invited to experiment and explore new territories together, thanks to the designers’ creativity and vision combined with manufacturers unique expertise and cultural background.
Among others were Ligne Roset x Marc Thorpe, Neal Feay x Noé Duchaufour Lawrance, and TABISSO x Michael Sean Stolworthy.

The exhibition at WantedDesign showcased prototypes and unique pieces resulting from the collaborations between the French and American designers and manufacturers.

This exhibition was presented by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy and WantedDesign, part of the Oui Design initiative supported by Institut Français-Paris, the French Ministry of Culture and Communication, and the Florence Gould Foundation.

 

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Michael Sean Stolworthy about his work

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Odile Hainaut, co-founding partner of Wanted Design with Claire Pijoulat

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Party mood in the streets!

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Collaboration with JEAN PAUL GAULTIER by Lelièvre

© TABISSO - Lounge chairs JPG from collection TYPOGRAPHIA Oxydation fabric from the collection Nature&Découverte (2016), Jean Paul Gaultier by Lelièvre Photo credits - Morgane Le Gall

© TABISSO – Lounge chairs JPG from collection TYPOGRAPHIA
Oxydation fabric from the collection Nature&Découverte (2016), Jean Paul Gaultier by Lelièvre
Photo credits – Morgane Le Gall

After having been inspired by couture fashion shows and the melting pot culture of big cities, Jean Paul Gaultier now lets us discover his visions of nature – alternative, inverted, oxidized but extremely pure.

For this new fabric collection edited by Lelièvre and called Nature et Découverte, Jean Paul Gaultier imagined Oxydation (3465), a suedine of very delicate soft touch which contrasts with the roughness of the rusted metal aspect.

This soft all-purpose faux suede is used in decoration and accessories by Jean Paul Gaultier.

The lounge chairs spelling out JPG of the collection Typographia from TABISSO set the stage for this new textile designed by Jean Paul Gaultier for Lelièvre.

(Press release available upon request)

© TABISSO - Lounge chairs J from collection TYPOGRAPHIA Oxydation Fabric from the collection Nature&Découverte (2016), Jean Paul Gaultier by Lelièvre

© TABISSO – Lounge chair J from collection TYPOGRAPHIA
Oxydation fabric from the collection Nature&Découverte (2016), Jean Paul Gaultier by Lelièvre

© TABISSO - Lounge chairs JPG from collection TYPOGRAPHIA Oxydation fabric from the collection Nature&Découverte (2016), Jean Paul Gaultier by Lelièvre Photo credits - Morgane Le Gall

© TABISSO – Lounge chairs JPG from collection TYPOGRAPHIA
Oxydation fabric from the collection Nature&Découverte (2016), Jean Paul Gaultier by Lelièvre
Photo credits – Morgane Le Gall

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LABELS VIA 2015 for armchair Ciel! by Noé Duchaufour Lawrance

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© TABISSO - Exhibition LABELS VIA 2015 - Paris Design Week 2015 Photo Colombe Clier

© TABISSO – Exhibition LABELS VIA 2015 – Paris Design Week 2015
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© TABISSO - Exhibition LABELS VIA 2015 - Paris Design Week - TABISSO Collection Ciel! Design Noé Duchaufour Lawrance

© TABISSO – Exhibition LABELS VIA 2015 – Paris Design Week – TABISSO Collection Ciel! Design Noé Duchaufour Lawrance

© TABISSO - Exhibition LABELS VIA 2015 - Paris Design Week 2015

© TABISSO – Exhibition LABELS VIA 2015 – Paris Design Week 2015

© TABISSO - Exhibition LABELS VIA 2015 - Paris Design Week 2015

© TABISSO – Exhibition LABELS VIA 2015 – Paris Design Week 2015

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© TABISSO – Exhibition LABELS VIA 2015 – Paris Design Week

© TABISSO - Exhibition LABELS VIA 2015-Paris Design Week 2015 - Ligne Roset/Espace Loggia Hop&Up Design Sandra Planchez

© TABISSO – Exhibition LABELS VIA 2015-Paris Design Week 2015 – Ligne Roset/Espace Loggia Hop&Up Design Sandra Planchez

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