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Offset: Estonian jewellery design

Paris Design Week 2017
Galerie Residences

In 2017, NID focused particularly on jewellery design as it has
emerged over the recent years as one of the most distinctive areas
in the Estonian design landscape. The selection was based first of all
on original and unexpected choice of material. “Offset” marked a
shift in the use of traditional materials in the jewellery art. For
example, the visitors had a chance to have a closer look at the dry
mushrooms’ mystical texture, titanium’s vivid structure, crystal
vases’ shining sides as well as squashed wire sponge’s rough
surface.


Participating designers:

Sille Luiga, Merlin Meremaa, Maarja Niinemägi, Darja Popolitova,
Kairi Sirendi, Tanel Veenre

Estonian fashion brand Liisa Soolepp part of NID showroom at London Design Festival 2019

Darja Popolitova and Maarja Niinemägi

Tanel Veenre

Partners:

The Ministry of Culture of Estonia, the Cultural Endowment of
Estonia, the Estonian Embassy in Paris, ÖselBirch, Viru Õlu,
Makkouk Disquare Club

Editorial photoshoot by Appear Here from NID showroom during London Design Festival 2019.

Merlin Meremaa, Tanel Veenre, kairi Sirendi, Maarja Niinemägi

Offset vernissage

French Makkouk Disquare Club took care of festive moods by mixing parisian sounds with Estonian music. Our partners Öselbirch and Viru Õlu provided refreshing drinks for the exhibition visitors. 

Editorial photoshoot by Appear Here from NID showroom during London Design Festival 2019.