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 can’t keep my hands off you door hardware, to ingeniously playful airline cutlery, to the latest in ultra cool lighting… there’s a little something for everyone so sit back, scroll on, and enjoy!
Moments vessel in crystal and colored glass by Anna Torfs.
Estenda Mutable coat hanger with tray by Brusetti Garuti Redaelli for Ligne Roset.
Hand made ceramic and brass Praying Mantis by Portuguese brand Mambo Unlimited Ideas.
The new James Bar Cart is part of a larger if “understated exploration of modern masculinity” where strong geometry, meticulous proportions, and a focus on negative space is the name of the game. Design by Yabu Pushelberg for Stellar Works.
The bold and beautiful Bourbon Bonsai of The Vanities with crewel detailing from Jim Thompson Fabrics.
Ostrich Feather Lamps by Mineheart offered up a touch of past meets present glam.
The art deco inspired Arc collection in hand painted bone china.
Design by Richard Brendon.
Security never looked more gorgeous – Imperial Royal Blue Safe by Stockinger Bespoke Safes.
Large marble cutting boards by XLBoom.
First designed in 1971 by Ceretti / Derossi / Rosso, and….
Chandelier 01 by Magic Circus Editions brings an added touch of drama to the standard sputnik with its ample size, hand-blown glass and playful brass detailing.
Making its debut at this year’s Maison&Objet, Hollow is a series of hand blown Murano glass cones attached via an LED-lined aluminum ring.
A Ligne Roset re-edition of Pierre Paulin’s early 1980s design, the Curule chair folds in the center and bears the designer’s stamp at its base.
Hanging like countless crystallized dumplings…