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Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016.   ANIZA calls on ancestral how-to by women from very poor regions in Mexico.   ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016. ANIZA calls on ancestral how-to by women from very poor regions in Mexico. ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016.   Iota is specialized in decorative objects hand knitted. The brand works with unemployed women from Tel Aviv and uses an exclusive raw material thus combining ecological and sociological responsability.  ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016. Iota is specialized in decorative objects hand knitted. The brand works with unemployed women from Tel Aviv and uses an exclusive raw material thus combining ecological and sociological responsability. ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016.   La Petite Papeterie Française is 100% made in France and uses upcycling.   ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016. La Petite Papeterie Française is 100% made in France and uses upcycling. ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016.   The german brand Handed By works in collaboration with vietnamese and chinese women from villages, using their regions raw materials from their plantings to produce for the brand.  ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016. The german brand Handed By works in collaboration with vietnamese and chinese women from villages, using their regions raw materials from their plantings to produce for the brand. ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016.   Korakot is a Thai artist who creates lightning made out of retrieved fishing nets.  ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016. Korakot is a Thai artist who creates lightning made out of retrieved fishing nets. ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016.   ANIZA calls on ancestral how-to by women from very poor regions in Mexico.   ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016. ANIZA calls on ancestral how-to by women from very poor regions in Mexico. ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016.   The german brand Handed By works in collaboration with vietnamese and chinese women from villages, using their regions raw materials from their plantings to produce for the brand.  ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016. The german brand Handed By works in collaboration with vietnamese and chinese women from villages, using their regions raw materials from their plantings to produce for the brand. ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016.   The terrines Charbatree are made out of cast iron, treated with an alimentary oil without chimical products.  ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016. The terrines Charbatree are made out of cast iron, treated with an alimentary oil without chimical products. ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016.   Korakot is a Thai artist who creates lightning made out of retrieved fishing nets.  ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016. Korakot is a Thai artist who creates lightning made out of retrieved fishing nets. ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016.   MAZE INTERIOR has a local production. The thread the brand uses for production is made out of steel recycled waste.  ©GovinSorel

Parcours Fil Vert: A jury a journalist from Journal des Femmes.com, Home Magazine, et Maison à Part.com bring to light their ecologically responsible at the fair MAISON&OBJET PARIS September 2016. MAZE INTERIOR has a local production. The thread the brand uses for production is made out of steel recycled waste. ©GovinSorel

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