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Galerie Joseph at Paris Design Week 2016

With five outposts across the Marais district in Paris, Galerie Joseph is once again set to make a strong showing during Paris Design Week this coming September.

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Text by Ray Hu

With five outposts across the Marais district in Paris, Galerie Joseph is once again set to make a strong showing during Paris Design Week. Now in its sixth edition, the design festival coincides with Maison & Objet in September to mark the launch of the fall exhibition season.

Galerie Joseph continues its success not only from the last several editions of PDW but also the recent D’Days Festival, which took place from 30 May to 5 June. As during D’Days, all five locations of Galerie Joseph will host well-curated selections of work from French and international designers. From “Precious” and “Architect Focus” at 116 Turenne to independent presentations at 4 Rue Braque and 16 Rue des Minimes, the exhibitions are not to be missed. Locations at 123 Turenne and 7 Rue Froissart will also feature new projects during PDW, from 3–10 September. For more information, refer to Galerie Joseph’s dedicated PDW website.

Dima Haidar, "At the Souk" table (Image © Galerie JOSEPH PDW)
Dima Haidar, "At the Souk" table (Image © Galerie JOSEPH PDW)
Studio Livius, "Serie KST" double side table (Image © Galerie JOSEPH PDW)
Studio Livius, "Serie KST" double side table (Image © Galerie JOSEPH PDW)
Dima Haidar, "NARI Carrara" (Image © Galerie JOSEPH PDW)
Dima Haidar, "NARI Carrara" (Image © Galerie JOSEPH PDW)
Do Won Park, "Camofix Steel" (Image © Galerie JOSEPH PDW)
Do Won Park, "Camofix Steel" (Image © Galerie JOSEPH PDW)
Ehya Design Studio, "Firouzeh" side table (Image © Galerie JOSEPH PDW)
Ehya Design Studio, "Firouzeh" side table (Image © Galerie JOSEPH PDW)
MAMOWORKS, "Hexagon" table (Image © Galerie JOSEPH PDW)
MAMOWORKS, "Hexagon" table (Image © Galerie JOSEPH PDW)
Stephanie Langard, "Fauteuil Marthe" (Image © Galerie JOSEPH PDW)
Stephanie Langard, "Fauteuil Marthe" (Image © Galerie JOSEPH PDW)
Stephanie Langard, "Tapis2" (Image © Galerie JOSEPH PDW)
Stephanie Langard, "Tapis2" (Image © Galerie JOSEPH PDW)
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