It is a personal project of two Spanish designers: Roberto Celada and Raquel Esteve, who create lamps for children.
Shortly after moving from Australia to the United States in 2003, Raegan Moya Jones learned that she was expecting her first baby. Despite her efforts she could not find the muslin swaddles, she knew and loved from her Autralia motherhood traditions. This has given her the inspiration to create and offer to other mums around the world, a wonderful product. In July 2006, aden + anais® was born and can now be found in thousands of stores across 65 countries, worldwide today.
Elisa Usai – Baby Planner & Instructor for babies’ massage
Cuppin’s is a concept store offering an Anglo-Saxon home made fresh pastries, many blends of tea and many objects and accessories to make you pleasure.
L’Asticot cultivates the art of clothing babies and kids, while rewriting the rules of ethical fashion. It’s all about comfort, quality and sustainability, but the designs are strong, the fabrics are exclusive and original, the cuts are creative and slim fitting.
Lying halfway between French classicism and Nordic extravaganza, the Swiss brand distinguishes itself for its use of only organic raw materials GOTS certified as well as the Oeko-Tex Standars 100 classe 1 certification for dyes, the number on label for textile product free of toxins.
Ekobo est une entreprise éco-citoyenne qui conçoit des objets contemporains à partir d’une ressource naturelle renouvelable : le bambou. BIOBU est la ligne spécialisée pour les enfants.
Leur objectif, en associant design et savoir-faire traditionnel, est de développer une activité durable pour les communautés artisanales, les filières éco-industrielles et encourager un mode de consommation écologiquement responsable.
Ekobo propose désormais plus de 350 références écologiques, équitables et esthétiques à utiliser dans tous les univers de la maison.
Minus, books that create connections. A publishing house from Lille specialised in unique books, with funny themes, to be filled in, designed to feed children’s imagination but also for adults offer to laugh along as well!! With Minus, we learn, we talk, we play … always with humour and most of all without taboo!
Our shop has opened on the 22nd February 2014.
Come and visit us, we are in central Lausanne, Rue Mathurin-Cordier 12, close to CHUV and Place de l’Ours.
Happy to see is a graphic design studio in Lausanne which places colour at the core of all its creations. Its designer, Sonia Biétry, creates minimalist design concepts which lead us on our quest to capturing the essence of the world. Her style reflects a clear and playful graphic symbolism. Inspired by everyday poetry, she develops a range of printed products, such as fun and educational giant calendar, postcards, posters and even an original range of fabrics…