Gallery: Now! Le Off Unveils Surprising Eco-Designs at Paris Design Wee...

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Now! Le Off was our top spot for spotting creative designs from fresh new designers at this year´s Paris Design Week. Nearly 100 designer-makers, schools, and institutions shared a factory-like space at Les Docks, Cité de la Mode -- right on the River Seine. Read on for our favorite finds from this year's show!

Inspired by a recent trip to Iceland, Beatrix Li-Chin Lus created a series of stackable boxes shaped like volcanoes. She also exhibited a set of playful flower vases made from recycled wood with non-toxic finishes.

Pierre Guillou’s flat pack “En Bois Table” can be assembled without the use of screws or glue. The minimalist furnishing is beautifully made from sustainably-sourced birch.

Young French designer Henri Dejeant exhibited a collection of lamps and iPhone speakers made from colorful recycled paper pulp. He shared his booth with his dad’s sleek furniture, while his mom did the pr.

Another pop-up paper creation from Well Well Designers, “Cloud City” is a cut and folded paper pendant lamp that evokes modern architecture.

Veronika Wildgruber‘s round, delightful “Tetes” lamps are made from milled cork and glass.

Nara Prefecture exhibited a series of relaxing soft lamps made by Hisayo Sakamoto from very thin layers of Hinoki (aka Japanese cypress).


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