2012巴黎家飾展 摩登原始樂園
A Nomadic Maison&Objet


Elizabeth Leriche展場原始之餘充滿溫暖氣息。

Elizabeth Leriche展場原始之餘充滿溫暖氣息。

»»2012年的巴黎家飾展(Maison&Objet)以「Crazy」為主題,繼續大玩跨界混搭,家具、織品、擺飾與藝術品交織,跳脫我們習以為常的現代生活圈,從少數民族文化、廢棄古董與自然界中尋求靈感。

以民俗風情為主的一號館,就預告今年的巴黎家飾展將告別冷冰冰的現代家具氛圍,以非洲、大洋洲、中南美與東南亞的民族藝術,結合游牧民族風味的掛氈與皮草。Elizabeth Leriche的「Archaic Shelter」展場,就被改造成狩獵部落的洞穴,天馬行空的同時顯得格外溫馨。而動物形象與圖紋更成為今年會場的焦點,以ethnic chic為賣點的法國品牌Lodge,今年以西非為靈感的皮毛系列吸引了不少目光;而從織品印花到小擺飾,由動物發想的趣味造型更是無所不在。

趣味動物造型是今年家飾展一大主題(PA Design)。

趣味動物造型是今年家飾展一大主題(PA Design)。

以纖細憂鬱的瓷娃娃聞名的西班牙名廠Lladró,頻與Jaime Hayon合作,這次依舊以他擅長的塗鴉插畫手法設計一系列動物造型的公仔,為品牌帶來了年輕的氣息。會場主打的色系同樣玩心十足,在開幕展覽Dream Box中,大地色系的基底下,粉紅與橘色調呼應「Crazy」主題。

本屆巴黎家飾展的色系相當跳躍。

本屆巴黎家飾展的色系相當跳躍。

近年來未曾間斷的古舊家具概念,在今年脫離DIY手感,以更加華美的面貌呈現懷舊風情。主打南亞元素的Lodsh,2012年新品皆以廢棄軍用品打造,巧妙運用鏽蝕鐵皮與斑駁木材,打造百年大宅的風味;而兼營古董的法國品牌Matahati,以大量的百葉木片與竹木鑲嵌體現禪意,令人宛若置身千年古剎;義大利品牌Valentina Giovando,則以手工為廢棄家具鑲嵌亮片、鉚釘,並以飽和色調的生漆重新創作,在洛可可式的華麗中,帶有回收拼接的俏皮與隨意。

Valentina Giovando在華麗之餘仍透出回收家具的隨意。

Valentina Giovando在華麗之餘仍透出回收家具的隨意。

而本屆的年度設計師(Creator of the Year)獎項,也皆以環保再生為設計主軸:以重新排列回收木料的表面質感,賦予廢料新面貌的巴西雙人組Humberto & Fernando,本次受邀為會場創作裝置藝術,以樹為發想,用厚紙板構成生物線條,喚醒人們的環保意識;日本設計師兼藝術家Tokujin Yoshioka,則以水族箱培育晶體,以晶體的隨機生長自然隱喻大自然不可控制的力量;同樣名列年度設計師的還有法國設計師Hubert le Gall。««

 

Tokujin Yoshioka的晶體作品。

Tokujin Yoshioka的晶體作品。

»»Maison&Objet Paris went “crazy” this year to mix the nomadic, natural elements and a sense of whimsical fantasy into our homes. Elizabeth Leriche took the nomadic theme literally to transform her stand into a cave decorated with animal fur, while French label Lodge drew inspiration from West African animals for a ethnic chic collection.

The concept of up-cycling was taken to the next level, as a number of labels all devoted their collections to reestablishing the lavishness of antique furniture. New York based, South Asian inspired Lodsh created their stand entirely from military selvage, creating the sentiments of an abandoned mansion.

The “Creators of the Year” of 2012 were also based around the idea of eco-friendliness. Brazilian duo Humberto & Fernando were awarded for their devotion in rearranging small pieces of wood, Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka took an organic approach in his crystallized works, which came from the idea of the unpredictability of nature. French designer Hubert le Gall was also among the recipients.««

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