MAISON & OBJET 2014: The Final Share

 

 

Today we wrap up the Maison & Objet 2014 review with the last of our picks from the event. Hope you love them! Above - Transmission - a pendant light designed by Jakub Pollag and Vaclav Mlynar of Studio deForm for Kavalier Design. Photo: Martin Chum

 

 

Handmade copper wire baskets by House Doctor.

 

 

Prado by Christian Werner for Ligne Roset boasts movable back rests allowing it transformation from sofa to chaise to bed.

 

 

A stunning wood screen by our friends Gilles & Boissier.

 

Fading Mirror by ENO Studio. Available in both a fade to black and fade to white version.

 

 

Cha teapot by Naoto Fukasawa for Alessi.

 

 

The new VIBE Tables by Toni Grilo for the Portuguese company, Riluc.

 

 

The Trunk Tall Cabinet by Neri&Hu for De La Espada brings simple form to a new level of luxury with its mirror polished lacquer finish exterior and meticulously crafted hardwood interior. The legs and frame set it all off in brushed sold brass.

 

 

The beautiful Ester chair by Stefano Bigi for the Italian company Porada.

 

 

Influence – a collection of silvered glass candle holders by Arik Levy for the Prague based company Verreum.

 

 

The always fantastic resin stylings of San Francisco based artist Tina Frey.

 

 

An old stunner – Flamingo coat rack / plant stand by Gino Carollo for the Italy based company, Porada.

 

 

Fusion Table – part dining table part pool table, these stylish transformers are the brainchild of Saluc – the world’s leading manufacturer of billiard balls.

 

 

Table Grass combines a sinuous chrome or bronze metal frame with tinted gray glass. Designed by Patrick Jouin for Coedition

 

 

 

The Ciel chair collection designed by Noé Duchaufour Lawrance for Tabisso made its debut just this 2014. Smooth as a puppy’s ear.

 

 

The Diamond rug by CC Tapis boasts a Gio Ponti esque graphic pattern.

 

 

And we close with the gorgeous Groom valet, designed by Philippe Nigro for Hermès. The long rectangular leather panel swivels to reveal a full lenght mirror. Photo by Philippe Lacombe. To view all of D’s Maison Objet 2014 coverage I invite you to click through here.

 

Until tomorrow…

 

 

Comments

  1. ohhh this is lovely, I found a very similar thing on this blog, I dont know which one I like the most.

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