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February 10, 2014
Following our editors' dispatches from the Maison&Objet furniture fair in Paris (here and here!), we rounded up a few more points of excellence from the French design capital.
Tom Dixon design restaurant in Paris

Eclectic, the new Tom Dixon-designed restaurant in Paris.

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Merci Shop Paris

If you're in Paris in February, check out Merci Shop Paris for a gorgeous exhibition on the history of ribbon production in France. And if you don't care about ribbons... Check out Merci anyway!

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Merci Shop Paris linen sheets

Shop like an editor: linen sheets and napkins in every hue imaginable.

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chair by Philippe Starck

The Zartan Raw chair by Philippe Starck for Magis made from non-toxic wood pulp that can be molded the same way as plastic.

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glass installation Paris

Would expect nothing less than beautiful at the Lasvit booth, and we weren't disappointed by this blown glass installation by Czech designer Jitka Kamencová Skuhravá.

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Architect Joseph Dirand

Studio visit with architect Joseph Dirand this morning. Recent projects include the new restaurant at Palais du Tokyo and fashion retail including Chloe and Rick Owens.

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The Louvre Paris

The Louvre Pyramid by I.M.Pei, installed in 1998. Quite stunning at night!

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Daniel Buren

An installation of conceptual artist Daniel Buren's work at the Palais Royal.

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French design Benjamin Graindorge

Quick visit with up-and-coming French designer Benjamin Graindorge before leaving Paris. Remember his name!

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Gare du Nord

The Louvre Pyramid by I.M.Pei, installed in 1998. Quite stunning at night!

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Tom Dixon design restaurant in Paris

Eclectic, the new Tom Dixon-designed restaurant in Paris.

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