Mikabarr Studio presents its new collection of home accessories at Now! design à vivre Maison & Objet, Paris 2016
Hall 7, Stand D163
2 – 6 September 2016
August 2016: Textile design studio Mikabarr will reveal its latest collection of home accessories at Maison & Objet, Paris 2016. The design studio will unveil a new bags collection, a highlight from this year's creations, comprising of two clutches and one drawstring. Incorporating Mika’s signature geometrical patterns, the bags offer a tactile, metallic finish featuring fabric combinations. Mikabarr Studio will also present new additions to its trademark line of cushions, designed using shapes that experiment with different line arrangements.
In addition, the latest release of the growing poufs seating collection, created from outdoor upholstery fabric, will be displayed along with a new package design for the cushions. This is the third year the Studio is showcasing within the on trend now! design à vivre section, which highlights the most exciting young designers and exclusive fresh accessories concepts.
“My inspiration for these accessories emerged from researching the relation between geometrics and organics, whilst observing the different structures found in nature, painting them, and folding diverse shapes. I explored the relations between the printed material itself and the image it creates. In my most recent pieces, I explore the co-existence of the complexities and harmonies in nature.” Designer Mika Barr.
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About Mikabarr Studio (www.mikabarr.com) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +972 (0) 507313396
Mikabarr is a textile designer studio based in Tel Aviv. The Studio, founded in 2012 by Mika Barr, develops and creates textile-based products in various printing techniques, for fashion and interiors. Mika works in collaboration with companies and designers, supplying them with her unique designs in mass-produced quantities or as exclusive handmade projects. The collections can be found in selected boutiques across Europe, North America, Australia and Asia.