The designer Xiral Segard rapidly specialized in concrete to create domestic items which make best use of modular design and clearness. She presents three projects at in the framework of [ first paris design week ]
The Konkurïto vase was inspired by the Japanese “bento” box. Completely concrete, it consists of 4 modular stackable elements and a cover. Depending on the size of your bouquet, the water reservoir is located at the top or bottom.
“gayalux” interior lamp (2003) dimensions: diameter 18 and 26 cm
The concrete Gayalux lamp is both sculptural and luminous. This mineral ball is anchored to the ground and it appears to levitate with a streak of light passing through it. Concrete turns from architecture to objects. The block becomes curved like skin.
interior- exterior slab “playtime” ground & wall (2011) 30 x 30 cm
The concrete Playtime slab adapts and reinterprets traditional marquetry techniques for the characteristics of this construction material. Playtime varies geometric concrete forms and counter-forms. The pattern present on the first slab disappears little by little on the second and third slab until it practically no longer exists on the fourth.
venue: cité de la mode et du design | 34, quai d’austerlitz | m° austerlitz or quai de la gare
date: 12 – 18 september [ first paris design week 2011 ]
point of sale: hervé gambs store | 60 boulevard beaumarchais 75011 Paris || boutique bo | 15 rue Quincampoix 75004 Paris