5 eclectic glass designs launched at Maison & Object 2018: from Kengo Kuma’s charred crystal vases to Zaha Hadid’s rippling vessels and Tom Dixon’s home terrariums.
Composite vase-bouquets, feminine and elegant linear designs and architectural concrete inspirations. Archipanic picked 5 exquisite vases on show at Maison & Objet 2018.
Multitasking side tables and pastel coloured poufs: Iratzoki Lizaso design Egon, a furniture collection for millennials’ co-living and co.working lifestyles.
Hand-knotted bi-dimensional universes, women-empowering knitted stools and hand-woven sacred geometries. In Paris, 8 textile designs celebrated the art of weaving.
A simple gesture invites you to compose geometrical patterns. Antonio Facco’s MONDO lamp debuted at Maison&Objet’s “Rising Talent” exhibition.
Landscaped-inspired desk organizers, marble tech-accessories and emotional writing tools. 6 beautifully crafted and out-of-the-box stationery designs at Maison&Objet 2017.
Lunar landscapes, Italian pasta rituals and translucent tea time according by Tom Dixon… It’s time for being together with convivial tableware in Paris!
La Chance, Seletti, Artek and Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance for St. Louis Crystal. We picked 4 innovative design patterns debuting at Maison Objet 2017.
With the SILENCE design exhibition, Maison Objet trend watchers explore the impelling need for a more quiet and reflective lifestyle.
Meet George, Edgar and Marius, but also monsieur and madame Noyer. HARTÔ teamed with young designers to create furniture with smooth shapes, playful colours and a warm feel.
Baked upholstered mirrors, chemically oxidated sculptures, and poured bowls with fluid patterns. Emerging Scandinavian designers showcase their alchemic attitude at Maison&Objet’s exhibition TALENTS À LA CARTE.
Wild, untamed and uncontaminated: MAISON&OBJET international furniture fair in Paris presents 2016 design trend.
Pastel coloured Aura pendant lamp by Tomas Kral for Petite Friture is designed as simple as possible to diffuse a soft and mellow light.
Urban colours and minimal style. Metropolitan Improvement collection by Dante Goods and Bads plays with industrial design made of aluminium, leather and cotton fabrics.
Multicolour floral patterns bloom in Missoni Home tableware collections in collaboration with the historical porcelain manifacturer Richard Ginori 1735.
Italian brand Kartell launched Kartell Fragrances, a collection of home perfumes designed by Ferruccio Laviani and blended by some of the most refined “noses” of the world.
British heritage and minimal sculptural aesthetic inspired the copper and brass stationery by Tom Dixon to enhance the modern table.
Cooperativa Panoràmica presents MONO, a furniture collection that creates a monochromatic camouflage puzzling different materials.
Can shape and texture effect flavours? ArchiPanic met Oki Sato founder of Nendo and Maison&Objet designer of the year who presented a chocolate design project in a chocolate chill out lounge.
MAISON&OBJET Observatory presents the 2015/2016 design trend MAKE with an exhibition and a publication – We picked some stories of 2014 that anticipated this year inspirational theme.
Form chair by Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen merges hundreds of chairs from design history.
Studio If designed a serendipitous lighting made with luminous balls that lit progressively in random order by pulling a string.
Maison&Objet teamed up wit Tasarim Publishing Group invited six rising talents from Instanbul to present their work at the Parisian international deco & design fair.
Inga Sempe completed Ruché, Ligne Roset’s bed collection, with a softly asymmetric one-armed chair able to bring together minimalism and tradition, softness and compactness.
Maison&Objet is ready to fly oversea with two international editions at Marina Bay Sands Expo in Singapore and at the “Gateway” to the Americas: Miami.
Landscape, Heliotropic and Beyond: these are 2014 design keywords according to Maison & Objet trend watchers at the ELSEWHERE exhibition.