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Rémy Martin FUTUR HERITAGE Exposition #1, a Cultural Project Exploring New Horizons
Cognac, France (ots/PRNewswire) - With its three centuries of experience and expertise in the world of cognac, the Maison Remy Martin has always been a source of creativity. Maison Remy Martin FUTUR HERITAGE is a cultural project, launched on the initiative of the Comite Colbert as a Colbert International Design Workshop, whereby the Maison Remy Martin highlights its vision of future inheritance.
The Maison Remy Martin celebrates young creation by presenting the works, all centered upon the ritual of tasting, of eight design school students (Segolene Girard and Weiche Wu, Carine de Fressanges, Jason Fletcher, Melissa Duboc and Sebastian Popa, Yoann Vandendriessche and Merve Kahraman) from ENSAAMA - Olivier de Serres in Paris and Central Saint-Martins College of Arts & Design in London.
The Maison Remy Martin FUTUR HERITAGE exposition #1, staged by scenographer Francois Delclaux, will be held in Cognac till June 30th, 2012.
In this scenography the world of Remy Martin echoes the students' projects between tradition and modernity. Like curio cabinets they present the students projects in images, videos, photos and models gathering a collection of souvenirs and artefacts resulting from 3 months' work between Paris, London and Cognac.
Especially for Milan Design week, the Maison Remy Martin invites you to discover Futur Heritage exposition #1, with designs by Merve Kahraman. At France Design (padiglione Visconti - via tortona, 58, Milano), Remy Martin will feature a digital scenography showing short videos of each project from April 17th to 22nd, 2012.
Press kit & visuals: http://www.remy.com/press/futurheritage/
MAISON REMY MARTIN 20, rue de la societe vinicole 16100 Cognac - France FUTUR HERITAGE exposition #1 Fom March 13thto June 30th, 2012 Monday to Friday infos : +33-5-45-35-76-66
Caroline Sarrot Lecarpentier, +33-1-44-13-45-08,