Many products by Mathieu Lehanneur are no longer prototypes. Starting with the ‘Delicious’ range of storage units now being marketed by Tools Galerie. A salute to the ubiquitous New York hot dog stand served up with a padded stitch effect borrowed from Coco Chanel, the range will be on display in the ‘Métal(s)’ collective show starting 2 April and running to 29 May 2010 at Tools Galerie,119 rue Vieille du Temple,  Paris 3. 4 modules & finishes available. Price list on request.

‘Flat Surgery’ at Carpenters Workshop Gallery

The human body in radical mode – ‘Flat surgery’ plays with our vital organs to compose motifs and messages. These are rugs to map out habitat: digestive system in the dining room, brain in the office, genitalia in the bedroom… Price list on request.

‘S.M.O.K.E. ‘at Carpenters Workshop Paris
The S.M.O.K.E. standing lamp  is on show at the Pavillon des Arts et du Design in Paris (Jardin des Tuileries) from 24 to 28 March 2010 on the Carpenters stand. The London-based gallery will also be presenting the latest babies of the S.M.O.K.E. collection (fittings, console, bedside) at Art Basel next June. Price on request

Andrea in black
The new version Andrea, in black, is now on sale at the usual outlets, same price: 157 euros.

‘L’Age du Monde’ made to order
Initiated with Issey Miyake, ‘l’Age du Monde’ received a Design Award at the recent Biennale Internationale at Vallauris. This series of ceramic jars projects in three dimensions the age pyramids of any country, any time. It is available on demand from the designer. Buyers specify the place and the date they want the pyramid to figure. Price list on request.

‘Les Moulures utiles’ at FR66
The very first product designed by Mathieu Lehanneur in 1999, these plug-in wall extension storage units that you can hide under paint or wall paper are still in production. They are on sale for 180 euros per module at FR 66, 25 rue du Renard, Paris 4