This new season of creation brings its harvest of extraordinary patterns, innovative weavings, attractive materials. More than ever, designers are thinking outside the box to offer a universe that is either poetic, dreamlike or simply artistically decorative. Among the newcomers, we no longer present Vincent Darré and his surrealist compositions, where a thousand references mix, ranging from Cocteau to Picasso. For this first collaboration, it offers all its luminosity and freshness. Pascale Risbourg, for her part, transcribes the work she has already done in the edition of her mural panoramas in matter and in relief. Two motives that everything opposes, but the same artist’s vision. Samuel Accoceberry resumes work on the melted pattern started with Terrazo in a revisited camouflage. Eric Gizard completes his collection of hand-knotted jute, which has won over a large audience in the past, with an uncompromising square. The Hechter Studio revisits cubism in a comfortable weaving and very Scandinavian colors, when Jean-Jacques Beaumé transcribes his wall art into exceptional rugs.