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Things We Saw in Paris (Maison&Objet 2014 Part Three)

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

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

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  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!

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

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

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

    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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  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.

    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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  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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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