Monday, February 29, 2016

Gaston Y Daniela lights up Deco Off

Deco Off in Paris each January is a pleasure. For five days the streets around Rue de Seine and Rue du Mail become a little textile village, the large lanterns hanging high above leading us around its twists and turns.

Many of the little shops, studios and galleries move out of their usual workplaces allowing textile houses without a permanent space in the area to move in to.
Tucked in amongst the studios of the little lane of Rue Visconti, Sandberg and Agenas space had once been an old church.  The sounds of Paris quickly disappeared as we entered the warren of rooms. Up, down and including an underground area of stone walls, arches and alcoves all making a wonderfully surprising backdrop for the fabrics and wallpapers.

Many of the little shops, studios and galleries move out of their usual workplaces allowing textile houses without a permanent space in the area to move in to.

All the famous European brands work together to build an inspiring visual symphony with an atmosphere to match.  One of the stand-outs was Gaston Y Daniela.

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