Jewelry made of industrial springs

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Tiziana Redavid is an architect. At the age of ten, she visited an industrial springs factory belonging to her father's friend: she picked up a spring and put it around her wrist. During her studies, she began creating jewelry.

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Natural silk flowers with vintage recycled pistils

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Karuna Balloo is a textile horticulturist: she creates natural silk flowers and embellishes them with vintage pistils of the first half of the 20th Century, that she finds in the flea markets. 

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Coffee house chair from recycled brass, linen, corn and beet

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Founders of Revology, Alex Guichard and his wife are collecting coffee house chairs: today, they revisit this French Art of living symbol from recycled brass, flax fiber, corn and beet glucose bio-resin.

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Creative glassware, Environment classified

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Founded in 1475, La Rochère is the oldest glass factory in Europe. It creates table ware collection for every day, in partnership with designers. It is ISO 9001 certified since 2003 and classified Environment since 2008; the 10-year review is in the process of being validated by the Administration.

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Exhibition of natural raw material for crystal, sponsored by Hermès, from March 28 to August 26, 2019

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The Fondation d’entreprise Hermès supports contemporary creation through the prism of the know-how: from March 28 to August 26 at the Cristallerie Saint-Louis, it will present "L'avant Monde",  a solo presentation by Dominique Ghesquière who creates from natural or recycled material(*).

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