Without exception, the designs of Patrick Paris are grafted on a minimalism that stretches from the cold, rough materials over the tight geometries, right angles and sharp edges to a total lack of colour. His new collections for Serax, Le Petit Photophore de Béton and l’Obstacle d’Appartement, reflect another divergence on this theme. With his strong predilection for concrete, the French designer is again looking for the limits of austerity. Only to push them further when he finds them. And that in his distinctive Bauhaus style. Tealight holders and a side table with surprising elements that emphasise their functionality – though some may question it instead - or, as with his previously released Eaunophe lamps for Serax, emit a totally unexpected warmth as soon as the object is used.
PATRICK PARISINTERIOR ACCESSORIES