Pop up Showroom
Paris Design Week 2015
AntiCafe Louvre Paris
During PDW 2015, NID presented Estonian contemporary design by focusing on the main characteristics it is known for: innovation, recycling, sustainability and smart design. NID` s selection emphasized also Nordic solutions, such as natural materials, high-quality and minimalism etc. All together, the pop-up showroom represented 19 designers ́ creation, including furniture, fashion, textile and product design.
During the week all the visitors had chance to explore the Estonian culinary world, as every day a table with Estonian organic food and drinks was prepared. To create a link between Estonian and French design, two designers from both countries presented their work with innovative textiles: Kärt Ojavee (Estonia) and Luce Couillet (France). Final event, a party to celebrate Estonian design and to finish design week in a festive mood, took place on September 11 and included live music by Victor´s Joy.
#jonurm, Bold Tuesday, Click&Grow, COW, Dotti textiles, dève, Jaanus Orgusaar, Kärt Ojavee, k00d.ee, Lentsius Design, Liisa Soolepp, Monika Järg, Raili Keiv, Reet Aus, Rüü, StenCilit, Studio Tartuensis, Teenu ja Warm North.
Estonian Embassy in Paris, the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Agriculture of Estonia, Estonlik, Liviko, Käbliku Pruulikoda, Pühaste Brewery