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15 most trending picks from Maison & Objet Paris 2017

FEB 9, 2017 | By Ashiesh Shah
L-R: Pierre Charpin designs OM Mirror from lacquered glass and brushed aluminium for brand Cinna. 5. Belgium creative Alain Gilles’ daybed, ottoman for La Chance preserves ergonomics and comfort;Sofas and pouffes in muted, pastel shades by Norway based studio Morten & Jonas reflected the Silence theme of the Parisian fair;The Canova collection of plates was created by French designer Constance Guisset for brand Moustache. The dishes give an illusion of being soft and malleable, but they are actually solid ceramic;The Bahams Chair by Atelier J&J is crafted from bent and welded tubular steel and features an oak veneered wood panel; Pierre Charpin designs OM Mirror from lacquered glass and brushed aluminium for brand Cinna. 5. Belgium creative Alain Gilles’ daybed, ottoman for La Chance preserves ergonomics and comfort.
L-R: Hanging Mirror by Anna Karlin is a freestanding piece finished with a hand rubbed wax, giving the piece a wonderful depth of colour; Tom Dixon’s Lid collection comprises a set of simple boxes and lids for the bathroon, with multiple functions in white marble, blue glass and copper plated stainless steel;Rug Surya from the Collection Helios by Atelier Fevrier is expertly hand knotted in Nepal with Himalayan wool and silk; Handmade porcelain Drop vases by Laboratorio Castello Di Ricciardi Giorgio. 11. The design of Puro lights by Lucie Koldova creates an interplay between horizontal and vertical luminous cigar tubes;Tables from the Sunrise&Sunset collection by DECastelli is made using brass, copper and iron in two different heights to represent the sun rising and setting on the horizon.
L-R:Handmade porcelain Drop vases by Laboratorio Castello Di Ricciardi Giorgio;Light by Magic Circus is crafted from brass and mouth-blown glass;Hand knotted carpet with a graphic design by Italy based brand CC Tapis; The Otto Lamp by Robert Molteni displays an upside down shape.
For anyone in the interior design industry, January means one thing – Maison & Objet. An essential fixture on any designer’s calendar, the past few editions of Maison & Objet have earned it the reputation of being the ideal place to gauge the direction design is taking for the next year.
I trekked through the eight all encamping halls of Paris’ Parc d’Exposition packed to the brim with brands and designers showing their latest collections. This year the show was the epitome of cutting-edge design and showcased a range of interior styles that I am sure to see throughout 2017 in our homes.
1. Lid collection by Tom Dixon
The range comprises a set of simple boxes and lids for the bathroon, with multiple functions in white marble, blue glass and copper plated stainless steel.
2. Canova collection from Moustache
This series of plates was created by French designer Constance Guisset for brand Moustache. The dishes give an illusion of being soft and malleable, but they are actually solid ceramic.
3. The Bahams Chair by Atelier J&J
This seater is crafted from bent and welded tubular steel and features an oak veneered wood panel.
4. OM Mirror from Cinna
Pierre Charpin designed the OM Mirror from lacquered glass and brushed aluminium for brand Cinna.
5. Daybed from La Chance
Belgium creative Alain Gilles’ new daybed, ottoman and armchair for French brand La Chance reveals the architecture of a seating, while preserving ergonomics and comfort.
6. Sofas and pouffes by Morten & Jonas
in muted, pastel shades by Oslo based studio Morten & Jonas reflected the Silence theme of the fair.
7. Hanging Mirror by Anna Karlin
A freestanding piece, the mirror is finished with a hand rubbed wax, giving the piece a wonderful depth of colour.
8. Rug Surya by Atelier Fevrier
Hand knotted in Nepal with Himalayan wool and silk, this carpet is part of the Collection Helios by the brand.
9. Tables by DECastelli
Part of the Sunrise&Sunset collection by the label, the pieces are made using brass, copper and iron in two different heights to represent the sun rising and setting on the horizon.
10. Drop vases by Laboratorio Castello Di Ricciardi Giorgio
Launched at the expo, the vases are handmade in porcelain.
11. Puro lights by Lucie Koldova
The design of these illuminators create an interplay between horizontal and vertical luminous cigar tubes.
12. Light by Magic Circus
The decorative lights are available in several forms and are crafted from brass and mouth-blown glass.
13. The Otto Lamp by Robert Molteni
The lamp displays a unique, upside down shape.
14. Carpet by CC Tapis
This rug is hand knotted and showcases a beautiful graphic design.
15. Carpet by Dimore Studio
The floor covering displays abstract graphic design.
Website: www.maison-objet.com
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