Les Ateliers de Paris occupent un rôle central dans le renouveau des métiers d'art, de la mode et du design franciliens. Ils accompagnent le développement des jeunes entreprises de création et abritent des incubateurs d'entreprises dédiées aux filières d'innovation dans les domaines liés au design, aussi divers que le textile, le mobilier ou les bijoux.
A l'occasion de la semaine de la mode Femme, Samuel Gassmann présentera son nouveau bijou, la bague Double au showroom Plc aux côtés de Le Yucca's, M's braque..
1, rue de Richelieu - Paris 1er
Originally, it was a traditional piece of jewellery that first emerged during the Renaissance.
The ring, unearthed on one of the browsing expeditions he is so fond of, instantly piqued Samuel Gassmann's curiosity. No sooner encountered than adopted, the ring inspired him to write a new history for an object that would be dedicated, this time around, to the celebration of love. Driven, as always, by a passion to rediscover the forms and uses of long ago, measured anew by the yardstick of today's desires.
An imaginary and ephemeral collection of contemporary art works and design inhabits for its second edition a new historical space. At this address, famous filmmaker Georges Méliès used to live.
A beautiful opportunity to acquire art and design pieces composing this universe. This adventure is made possible thanks to loan of art works from galleries and partners.This in-situ exhibition is happening when Paris lives for art : early Autumn 2014. Concept by Nadia Candet.
A text from the art critic Jonathan Chauveau.
Les Ateliers de Paris invites you on September the 12th at 6:30pm to find out the exhibition Blue Material in the one Samuel Gassmann shows a special model
Realization of a landscape "Blue(s) Colour(s)" composed of 16 different blues.
It will run until November 15, 2014.
Ateliers de Paris - 30 rue du Faubourg Saint Antoine, Paris 12e
Free entrance - Tuesday to Friday from 10am to 7pm and Saturday from 1am to 7pm
This is the name of the sweater-style that over the years has become the signature model for many Isabelle Baines creations. Conceived and rendered unfinished, without any superfluous additions, Le Valentin serves as a basic template in an ongoing search for “the essential” that characterizes this designer’s work. Emblematic of the atelier, the model Valentin can be seen as a jumping-off point, lending itself for transformation to wherever desire and inspiration may lead.
- Sept pairs of cufflinks
- One pin's
- One tie clip
made with the costume team of "Au bonheur des ogres" by Nicolas Bary
for characters Sinclair (William of Tonguédec) and Miss Hamilton (Marie-Christine Adam)