For Paris Déco Off, Tassinari & Chatel are opening the doors to their history: production secrets and bespoke weaves. Founded in 1680 by Louis Pernon and owned by Lelievre since 1997, Tassinari & Chatel is the oldest manufacturer of Lyonnaise silk. Paris Déco Off 2016 is offering Tassinari & Chatel the chance to share its know-how by presenting certain creations,woven for public or private bodies as well as for design professionals’ individual projects. All different projects, but always created with the same passion.
Gancedo presents Tramuntana, a collection with strength and surprising softness. Gancedo attends Paris Déco Off to present its proposals in textile design 2016 with Tramuntana.The collection is composed of a plain shade called Tramuntana and two jacquards:Garbí and Xaloc. Made of linen, cotton and viscose, it is available in colours that are complementary to the plain Tramuntana.
Dock leaves at C M O
It was in Burkina Faso that Marianne Oudin discovered these remarkably special materials: Seko or palm tree stalks, and cord made from dock leaves.The latter, dried, becomes a fine, supple and strong cord. Seko stalk eaves with cotton or dock leaf cord in natural shades mixed with black. Marianne Oudin transforms them into light, free panels, for blinds or wall hangings.An unexpected voyage for the Asia specialist who has introduced us to astonishing fabrics: China grass,Abacá banana tree, pineapple, bamboo, palms…
20 free shuttles Volksvagen will carry you from the right bank to the left bank and you will profit by a tour on the ight bank and a tour on the left bank.