This May, during the D’Days design festival in Paris, Juniper had the honor of presenting its collection alongside some of the best contemporary creations from American designers and studios. On display at the annual ‘American Design in Paris’ exhibition was our cordless M Lamp by David Irwin, the THIN lamp by Peter Bristol, and our Peasant table by Brad Ascalon. The event, held at the Mona Bismarck American center for art and culture, was organized and beautifully curated by Jacques Barret, founder of Triode design in Paris. Juniper’s products were selected along with masterpiece creations from talented American designers and manufacturers, such as Lindsey Adelman, Fort Standard, Joe Doucet, John Pomp, Bec Brittain, François Chambard and Anna Karlin to name a few.
Our walnut Peasant table by Brad Ascalon surrounded by work from other talented American designers. Photo credit: Alexis Toureau
Peter Bristol’s THIN lamp with Josh Herman’s pods and Bowls. Photo credit: Alexis Toureau
The THIN in raw brass casting light on one of Rodger Stevens’s wire forms. Photo credit: Alexis Toureau
David Irwin’s cordless M Lamp with Joe Doucet’s Abscicca nesting tables. Photo credit: Alexis Toureau