Mono Editions launches household furniture in cork and paper pulp

Mono Editions launches household furniture in cork and paper pulp

Mono Editions launches furnishings in cork and paper pulp

Introduced with a pop-up in Paris (23-27 March 2022), Mono Edition provides modular styles by architects, crafted from sustainable single components

Former gallerist Laetitia Ventura introduced new model Mono Editions with the purpose of ‘discovering new talent and capturing the spirit of the moments.’ Released in Paris with a pop-up store (136, rue Saint-Honoré , 23-27 March 2022) and two inaugural collaborations, Mono Editions focuses on items built with one resources outlined by a sustainable strategy.

Armchair 12.8 by Gramme

The very first two collections aspect pieces produced of cork and paper pulp, showcasing minimalist, modular sorts in the solitary supplies. The brand’s manifesto outlines its ambition ‘to restrict the generation chain in purchase to generate design and style objects that are initially and foremost accessible and sustainable objects of desire.’ Its furniture is imagined to be sturdy the two from a producing and aesthetic place of check out, celebrating products and craftsmanship.

Cork Console by William Ventura with Lamp 2.9 created of paper pulp by Gramme

Designed of pulp paper, the Papierre assortment by Romain Freychet and Antoine Prax of style studio Gramme ‘defies gravity’, thanks to the look of white stone and the lightness of paper. Searching like carved rocks, the geometric, grooved monoliths are encouraged by classical architecture and their very simple forms grow to be a lamp, a chair and two tables. Their pieces, reveal the architects, ‘evoke the aura of totems: the aesthetic borders on the religious. The architecture is merged with the sculptural.’

Cork tables by William Ventura

A different solution was selected by architect William Ventura, whose Liege selection includes modular home furnishings – a console, a dining place table and a bookcase – manufactured of darkish cork. In accordance to the architect, the parts incorporate the spontaneity of artwork with the longevity of architecture.’ The modular nature of the Liege selection is expanded by the likelihood of taking each piece apart, for example to alter the legs’ top on the desk or console, or to incorporate to the bookcase so that the piece can evolve with the interior of a place. §

Depth of Lamp 2.9 produced of paper pulp, by Gramme

Armchair 12.8 by Gramme

Disassembled cork desk by William Ventura