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Atem Chain Sofa by Marco Lavit Nicora for Atelier Lavit

 

TOUTED AS…

“the multi-cultural crossroads of contemporary living”, Paris’ bi-annual Maison&Objet trade show wrapped up last week, and today DPAGES is offering the skinny on some of our favorite finds. From architecture-inspired coffee tables to positively acrobatic floor lamps… there’s a little something for everyone. We hope you enjoy!

 

Atem Modular Sofa by Marco Lavit Nicora for Atelier Lavit

 

ATEM MODULAR SOFA…

Strength and delicacy combine in this clean-line, metal mesh tribute to transparency. Design by Marco Lavit Nicora for Atelier Lavit.

 

Stone Serveware by Nendo

 

STONE…

Part of the zens collection, this simple serveware line revolves around a flexible silicone “stone” designed to fit various apertures, while inviting functional and sculptural stacking. Design by Nendo.

 

Square Vessels & Bowls by Tina Frey Designs

 

SQUARE VESSELS & BOWLS…

Artist/designer Tina Frey combines her classic resin forms with a new foray into metals. Design by Tina Frey Designs.

 

Enrica Bookshelf by Frederico Peri for D3CO

 

ENRICA BOOKSHELF…

This modular system inspired by a ladder combines painted iron with gold plated shelves to delightful, versatile effect. Design by Frederico Peri for D3CO.

 

64 Drops Chandelier by OCHRE

 

64 DROPS…

Part of the moonlight murmuration series, this solid glass and LED fixture offers a stunning alternative to the standard chandelier. Design by OCHRE.

 

Manieriste Coffee Set by Patrick Knoch for Extranorm

 

MANIERISTE SET…

Contemporary meets classic in this whimsical porcelain coffee set, marked by playful geometries highlighted in fine platinum gilding. Design by Patrick Knoch for Extranorm.

 

Explosion Suspension from Luxxu

 

EXPLOSION SUSPENSION…

Dangerous beauty abounds in this spike-laden crystal glass chandelier. The celestial inspired piece is available in an array of finishes ranging from classic brass to on-trend copper. Available through Luxxu.

 

Cascade by Stéphane Parmentier for Giobagnara

 

CASCADE…

A luxurious leather-clad coffee table inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s famed Fallingwater house. Design by Stéphane Parmentier for Giobagnara.

 

Lepli Footstool by Kensaku Oshiro for Poltrona Frau

 

LEPLI…

The tailored form of this economical foot stool takes inspiration from high fashion – mimicking the a slim belted dress of a woman with all the curves that lie beneath. Design by Kensaku Oshiro for Poltrona Frau.

 

 

Paipaï Chair by Lucidi Pevere for Ligne Roset

 

PAIPAÏ CHAIR…

Born of an experiment in folding paper, the cocoon-like form of this origami-inspired seating focuses on the beauty of enveloping comfort. Design by Lucidi Pevere for Ligne Roset.

 

Floor Lamp by by Christopher Gentner

 

FLOOR LAMP…

This acrobatic fixture’s top light appendage follows the force of gravity (thanks to an ingenious joint) all while the main body of the lamp adjusts up, down, and around in seamless arcs. Design by Christopher Gentner of Gentner.

 

Equilibrium Bench by Guglielmo Poletti
Photo by Giulia Piermartiri

 

EQUILIBRIUM BENCH…

Tapering to just 3 millimeters in thickness at its most delicate center, this artful (and functional) seat pushes lacquered birch plywood to its limit – pulling it back from collapse with the support of a hot rolled steel arch and the tension a single stainless steel cable. Design by Guglielmo Poletti.

 

Sun Mirror by Josep Vila Capdevila - Available through DSHOP

 

SUN MIRROR…

Part of the marblelous collection, this geometry-driven design combines classic materials in a graphic, forward-looking way. Design by Josep Vila Capdevila of Aparentment. Available through DSHOP.

 

Cartesio & Bliss by Elena Salmistraro & Mae Engelgeer for CC Tapis
Photo by Andrea Bartoluccio

 

CARTESIO & BLISS…

Young designers render two-dimensional universes in himalayan wool and silk where, “Triangles, lines, circles and squares overlap, meet and collide becoming conscious of each other… unaware of the colors and the magic they hold.” Design by Elena Salmistraro (left) and Mae Engelgeer (right) for CC Tapis.

 

 

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