Maison&Objet 2015: Best In Show // Furniture, Lighting & Accessories | Yellowtrace

 

Celebrating it’s 20-year anniversary, Maison & Objet 2015, the largest interiors trade show in France, marked the occasion by acknowledging the handmade. Elizabeth Leriche, a designer and stylist, presented a collection of both emerging and established artisans in her Human Made exhibition, made up of three “inspiration rooms” that celebrated this year’s theme. In keeping with the show’s annual tradition, Oki Sato of Nendo was named The Designer of The Year. His  at the entrance of now! Design à vivre was a deliciously regressive space, where chocolate range by Nendo could be sampled with coffee, nestled amongst Nendo’s cutom cocoa-colored furniture. The ultimate Nendo-chocolate-fest!

This was a busy show for De La Espada, which launched twenty new pieces from four different design houses—Matthew Hilton, neri&hu, Autoban, and Luca Nichetto. Ligne Roset brought a vaunted design name of Pierre Paulin into the limelight with their new collection. The nine items in the collection are mostly re-issues of Paulin’s original designs from the 1950s.

But that is enough from me already! Today’s post is all about our selection of the best new gear unveiled at Maison&Objet – from furniture, lighting and accessories brought to you by design powerhouses and emerging talent alike. Each one hand picked by us, .

 

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Coedition, The Show House & Purpose at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

Solferino designed by Marco Zanuso Jr.

Coedition, The Show House & Purpose at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

Luna Cabinet designed by Patricia Urquiola.

Coedition, The Show House & Purpose at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

Shika, tables bases designed by A+A Cooren.

 

The Show House and Purpose // is pursuing its role as a distributor of modern and creative French furniture by expanding its collections to include exceptional new products designed by Patricia Urquiola, Patrick Jouin, Michael Anastassiades, Aki and Arnaud Cooren, Marco Zanuso Jr and Alain Moatti. The high-quality collections are the result of exhaustive research, meticulous and diligent development and technical innovations refined by the designers and the distributor.


 

Bronze Age Collection by Tjep. at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

Bronze Age Lounge Chair.

Bronze Age Collection by Tjep. at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

Left: Recession Chair Oxidised. Right: Bronze Age Chair.

 

Bronze Age Collection & Recession Chair by Tjep. // The Bronze Age collection contains all hand-crafted pieces formed from the material that represents the dawn of civilisation. “I like the idea that bronze is precious and is therefore implicitly sustainable – it is either preserved or remelted but never discarded. Who knows, maybe these pieces contain a couple of remelted ancient bronze swords!” says Frank Tjepkema, lead designer and founder of . The aim of the collection is to instil connotations of human-caused disasters, such as climate change or a nuclear melt-down, putting these pieces at the centre of contemporary social issues. The result however is sculptural, with a pure aesthetic, that is visually light but physically strong.


 

Ligne Roset Pierre Paulin Editions at Maison & Object 2015 | Yellowtrace

1 | Archi. 2 | Tanis. 3 | DayBed. 4 | La Bibliotheque Fil. 5 | Toa. 6 | Le Secretaire Mural.

 

Pierre Paulin Editions in Collaberation with Ligne Roset // offers a very wide range of works spanning sixty years of design, from the very beginning in 1953 up until his death in 2009. For this years Cologne and Paris fairs, Maia Paulin and her son Benjamin Paulin worked with Michel Roset on the reissue of key pieces from Pierre Paulin’s very first collection in 1953.


 

Chocolatexture Lounge Exhibition by Nendo at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

Chocolatexture Lounge Exhibition by Nendo at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

Chocolatexture Lounge Exhibition by Nendo at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

Chocolatexture Lounge by Nendo at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

Chocolatexture Lounge by Nendo at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

 

Chocolatexture Lounge by Nendo // 400 “Chocolatexture” chocolate sets designed for the awarding ceremony of “Designer of the Year Masion et Objet 2015” Oki Sato of Nendo. Several pieces of furniture announced in the past which had a “soft melting feel” were selected from across companies such as , , , Emeco, , and which were custom-coloured to resemble chocolate. The lounge area was surrounded by a forest of 2,000 8mm-thick aluminium pipes, each of which is carefully painted at the appropriate height in chocolate-coloured gradations, creating the feeling of one being surrounded by “a rippling large molten chocolate wave”. 

The studio also created a range of nine chocolates moulded into unusual shapes within a 26-millimetre cube. The “Chocolatexture” collection includes treats with pointed tips, hollow interiors and rough textures – inspired by an onomatopoeic word from the Japanese language that describes texture.


 

73 Light by Bocci at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

 

73 Light by Bocci // Vancouver-based design brand has unveiled a mysterious new addition to its celebrated, process-driven collection – a handcrafted exploration of fabric and glass, entitled 73, that explores a technique whereby glass is blown into extremely heat-resistant ceramic fabric. By virtue of the loosely-controlled manufacturing process, each 73 is completely unique in proportion, size and shape. 73s are intended to nestle together in groups, creating increasingly more complex compositions with each added form.

“There is a strange mystery that occurs when these pieces are filled with diffuse light. They become somehow evocative of more than both glass and fabric; they become something new entirely.” – Omer Arbel / Creative Director at Bocci.

Related post: BOCCI X Mallett At Ely House // London Design Festival 2014.


 

Scaletta by Elisa Giovannoni for Tubes Radiatori at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

 

Scaletta by Elisa Giovannoni for Tubes Radiatori // Elisa Giovannoni reconsiders the function of heating devices with ‘Scaletta’, one of the new radiators to join the Elements collection by . Designed as an element of the architectural structure, with a strong personality and furnishing ability – it draws on the vision of a ladder leaning up against a wall, which can be freely moved around like one.


 

Etty by IMPERFETTOLAB at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

‘Etty’ by IMPERFETTOLAB.

Limes by IMPERFETTOLAB at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

‘Limes’ by IMPERFETTOLAB.

 

New pieces designed by Verter Turroni // introduced part of its outdoor/indoor collection with new pieces designed by Verter Turroni. ‘Etty’ evokes the Moon, a red wire feeds its light and draws on the wall or floor a sign – a floor or wall lamp in fibreglass in 3 different sizes. ‘Limes’ is a natural supporter – a block of marble that is as light as a feather, bookend in fibreglass.


 

Lapala by Lievore Altherr Molina at Maison & Objet | Yellowtrace

 

Expormim updates its “Lapala” Chair Collection // Outdoor furniture company has revisited the past by reissuing its “Lapala” chair collection — a classic design created by the design studio in 1998 — and in doing so has revived the typically Mediterranean style of hand-woven chair. “In her curves and gentle shapes, the sober, light and versatile character is still maintained. This update includes a significant increase in comfort with improved ergonomics, in addition to high performance weather resistance, thanks to being woven with nautical rope on a painted stainless steel frame”. – Expormim.


 

Leather Lined Brass Trays by GamFratesi for Skultuna at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

 

Karui Trays by GamFratesi for Skultuna // Copenhagen studio GamFratesi has created a collection of spun-brass trays with leather surfaces for Swedish metal company . The trays are formed by metal spinning – a production technique that 408-year-old company Skultuna has been developing since its early days as a brass foundry in the village it takes its name from. They will also be displayed at next month’s Stockholm Furniture Fair.

Related post: Interview // Stine Gam & Enrico Fratesi Of GamFratesi.


 

I Flauti Lights by Giopato & Coombes at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

 

I Flauti Lights by Giopato & Coombes // The handblown Murano glass LED lamps “I Flauti”, designed by the Anglo-iItalian design team , combines tradition and technology in search for a new equilibrium between innovation and its context. This contrast creates an object almost lost in time, frozen between the past and the future.


 

ILIA Low Tables by Christophe Pillet for ENNE at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

 

ILIA Low Tables by for // ‘s belief in aesthetics harmonised with technical perfection crossed its’ path with the world known designer .  This collaboration resulted in a new line of modern, elegant and stylish furniture, completed with technical perfection.


 

Hand-made Ceramics by Tortus Copenhagen at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

Hand-made Ceramics by Tortus Copenhagen at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

 

Hand-made Ceramics by Tortus Copenhagen //  celebrate a love of making and a passion for materials. The studio is dedicated to the modern adaptation of traditional and time-tested making methods delivering an ever-evolving production of ceramics rich in form, colour and texture.


 

Wallpaper by Fromental at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

‘Rockface’ wallpaper by Fromental.

 

Alluring Walls by Fromental // Interiors house showcased a selection of their signature handmade wallpapers with the colour scheme influenced by modern Parisian style. Evoking effortless glamour and timeless allure, hues of pinks and blues have been applied to some of their most popular designs. ‘Rockface’ wallpaper is inspired by Chinese mountain landscapes and scholars’ rocks, pieces of hand-dyed, lacquered paper create a collaged wallpaper.


 

Basil Side Tables by Arthur Leitner for Petite Friture at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

 

‘Basil’ Side Tables by Arthur Leitner for // Arthur Leitner has associated the solidity and lightness of a structure in steel with a geometric table top in cork (sphere, pyramid, parallelepiped). “The wish to use the natural qualities of cork resulted in the creation of Basil, a set of side tables. The steel structure sets in motion the metallic aerial structure and the density of the cork tabletop. The geometric shapes contribute to the simple aesthetics of a piece which is stripped down to its essentials.”

 

Mask Mirrors by Federico Floriani for Petite Friture at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

‘The Mask Mirrors’ by for Petite Friture // Like a painted mask over a shaman’s face, the graphic lines of the patterns are serigraphied and give a good twist to your reflection. “Mask is inspired by the decorative details on doors of southern Italian heritage. When I rearranged the graphics, it suddenly appeared as a painted mask over a shaman’s face.”

 


 

Bamboo Lamp by Arik Levy for Forestier at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

 

Bamboo Lamp by Arik Levy for Forestier // This outdoor pendant light by  for  is available in three colours (red, black & green) and three standard sizes.


 

To Earth Collection by Ginger & Jagger at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

Left: ‘Amber’ table lamp b Ginger & Jagger. Right: ‘Lotus’ floor lamp by Ginger & Jagger.

To Earth Collection by Ginger & Jagger at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

Rock’ side table by Ginger & Jagger.

To Earth Collection by Ginger & Jagger at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

‘Fractal’ sideboard by Ginger & Jagger.

 

To Earth Collection by Ginger & Jagger // The Nature inspired furniture design brand presented three distinct decorative spaces, curated around the exhibition’s motto – Make. Ginger & Jagger’s ‘Earth to Earth’ collection is an evocative poetic realm, where Nature’s sculptural shapes are eternalised through handcraft, with unique artisanal techniques and an outstanding blend of superb materials such as brass, copper, exotic woods and marble.


 

Rugs by Jan Kath at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

Rugs by Jan Kath at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

 

Rugs by Jan Kath for FRONT // Contemporary Art is the focus this year as explores the concept of ‘Floor Art’ in collaboration with . The rugs are handcrafted in the materials of the highest quality such as Tibetan highland wool, Chinese silk and cashmere.


 

The Glenlivet Nadurra Dram Chair by Gareth Neal at Maison & Objet | Yellowtrace

 

Nadurra Dram Chair by // Neal’s ‘Nàdurra’ Dram Chair was fuelled by the , a connoisseurial whiskey crafted in small runs using traditional techniques. Translating this process to furniture, ‘dram’ (which means ‘drink’) captures the spirit of nàdurra (‘natural’ in gaelic) in both its form and function. It is the designer’s intention that the chair itself is steeped with an artisanal approach, and that one is enveloped in its materials as they are enjoying a dram of the glenlivet nàdurra.


 

Sylvain Willenz Alaka Mirrors for Retegui at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

 

Alaka Mirrors by for // ‘Alaka’ is an elegant collection, stripped of any ostentation, through which the use of bevelled edges and rounded angles impart a light softness to marble. Reflecting elementary elegance, marble is combined with glass and mirror in proportions that create an overall stunning graphical effect.


 

Rugs by Ines De La Fressange for Toulemonde Bochart at Maison & Objet | Yellowtrace

Left: Marius Rug by Ines De La Fressange. Right: Tartarin Rug by Ines De La Fressange.

 

New Rug Collection by for // Hand painted strokes and points, bright colours and black accents on the white page, ‘Marius’ rug is like a watercolour painting on the ground which evokes Provence and Harmony. Moroccan cilim pattern for ‘Tartarin’ rug as its namesake Tarascon seems to chase for the trends in the Atlas.


 

OKURA Armchair by Eric Jourdan for Ligne Roset at Maison & Objet | Yellowtrace

 

Okura Armchair by for  // The Okura range comprises an armchair, medium settee, large settee and footrest.


 

Aura Sideboard by Angel Marti & Enrique Delamo for Treku at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

 

Treku Aura S2 Sideboard by Angel Marti & Enrique Delamo for // Designed by Enrique Delamo & Angel Marti, the Aura series has both a retro feel combined with modern functionality. Its bold status with a choice of metal or wooden feet confirm its timeless authority. Treku offer a range of woods which include walnut and oak wood with a hyper natural finish together with vibrant shades of smooth finished lacquer.


 

Luca Nichetto at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

1 | Stanley Sofa. 2 | Blanche Bergere. 3 | Laurel Coffee Table. 4 | Vivien Dining Chair. 5 | Dubois Bed. 6 | Laurel Side Table.

 

Luca Nichetto Launches Eponymous Collection Made by // Reflected in each of the products is the influence of the great American interior designers of the 1950s, Scandinavian design, and Italian postmodernism, which translates into a classic aesthetic where luxury is revealed in the details. The Nichetto collection is the result of extensive study and of the marriage of skills from diverse disciplines. The herbarium, an extensive research project of Gardone’s on natural elements such as flowers and leaves, is an integral part of, and starting point for the research that has carried out in the definition of three colour palettes. Found on every continent, the tonalities, warm, cool and neutral, have been applied to the textiles, materials and combinations, enriching the collection with a timeless elegance.


 

Neri & Hu for De La Espada at Maison & Objet | Yellowtrace

Shaker Dining Chair by neri&hu for De La Espada at Maison & Objet | Yellowtrace

 

Frame Bed & Shaker Dining Chair by for // Frame is an upholstered bed supported by a wooden frame structure to which various accessories can be clipped, such as a tray or a light. Shaker is a dining chair, inspired by the simple, honest and utilitarian approach of the movement after which it is named.


 

Union Bed by Autoban at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

 

Union Collection by Autoban for  // Design practice  has taken a holistic approach to the design of their new furniture collection. Initial releases in the collection, include a sofa and bed, with side tables, consoles and lighting fixture. Union is firmly rooted in the domestic environment with an emphasis on form and creating the utmost comfort.


 

The New Lake Collection by Raw Edges for Golran at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

 

The New Lake Collection by Raw Edges for Golran // Originally launched during last year’s Milan Design Week, The Lake Collection by duo was presented for the first time in the international arena at Maison & Objet. The collection takes its inspiration from the lenticular Israeli artist who, together with , revolutionised the world of optic perception in art. An iridescent collection, capable of moving from the vivid colours of daytime to the less bright shades of the evening, just like the mirror of water of a lake, “agam” in Hebrew, changes its reflection.


 

Ruutu by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Iittala | Yellowtrace

 

Ruutu By Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec For Iittala // French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have created a set of diamond-shaped coloured vases for Finnish design brand . ‘Ruutu’, which means diamond or square in Finnish, is a collection of 10 vases available in five sizes and seven watercolour tones, which can be fitted together in different arrangements to overlay the colours.

Related post: Video // Ruutu By Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec For Iittala.


 

Nest Sofas by Paola Navone for Ercol at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

 

Nest Sofas by Paola Navone for Ercol // The italian designer’s ‘Nest’ sofas reference style of producing traditional steam bent furniture as seen by the sturdy beech wood bench framework; combined with Paola Navone’s signature use of bold colours and textures.


 

Cup Up by Design Letters at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

 

Cup Up by // ‘Cup Up’ is a unique designed steel wall mount, which are decorated by the letters originally created in 1937 by the world renowned Danish architect for .


 

Moresque by Alessandro Zambeli for Seletti at Maison & Objet | Yellowtrace

 

Moresque by for // The Moresque lighting collection takes the 11th-century arabesque architecture and art of the Alhambra fortress in Granada, Spain as its inspiration. Geometric patterns in burnt orange, pistachio, turquoise and slate gray decorate the ribs of ceramic and filigree polychrome that make up the fittings, while the smooth finish and bright, graphic elements keep them looking contemporary.


 

Accessories by Alexander Girard for Vitra at Maison & Objet | Yellowtrace

 

New Accessories by Alexander Girard for Vitra // The Wooden Dolls, which created for his own home in Santa Fe, are inspired by his own extensive collection of works of popular art, with two new additions shown during Maison & Objet. Half decorative element, half toy, the Wooden Dolls were originally intended only for personal use. Based on originals found in the Girard Estate held by the , the partly joyful, partly grim-looking company of dolls is now coming out as a charming enhancement to any interior.


 

Colosseum Bowl by Jaime Hayon for Paola C at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

‘Colosseum’ brushed copper centrepiece/ fruit bowl designed by Jaime Hayon.

Titus Vases by Jaime Hayon for Paola C at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

‘Titus’ ceramic vases designed by Jaime Hayon.

 

New Roman Collection by Jaime Hayon for Paola C. // The recognisable forms that have characterised the artefacts and architecture of ancient Rome, were the starting point for Jaime Hayon’s ‘New Roman’ collection for . The collection is comprised of large and small vases, goblets, carafes and shallow bowls made from glass, ceramic or metal, supported by pedestals, resembling artefacts that adorned the manors of imperial Rome.


 

Cosmic Dinnerware by Diesel Living at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

 

Cosmic Dinnerware by Diesel Living // New from the esteemed Italian brands Diesel Living and , ‘Cosmic Diner’ is an out-of-this-world collection of space-inspired plates. The 11-piece set represents moons, planets, and a sun from the Milky Way and beyond. Refining the trend of designs inspired by outerspace, each design is made of porcelain and adorned with a realistic image.


 

Cube Collection by Tom Dixon at Maison & Objet 2015 | Yellowtrace

 

Cube Collection by Tom Dixon // British designer Tom Dixon’s latest range of accessories includes small copper stationery items and containers with magnifying-glass lids. “We continue our exploration into cabinets of curiosities with a new range of accessories designed to add a touch of glamour and sophistication to the modern desktop and the study,” said the designer.


 

Paper Installation by Molo Design at Maison & Objet | Yellowtrace

 

Paper Installation by // A modular installation of natural brown paper softblocks, built to a captivating height of 5 metres, enclosed a retreat for visitors to the exhibition, offering an opportunity to interact with molo’s debuting designs in a warm, intimate space. Descending within the tall paper walls, a surreal canopy of cloud softlight pendants – a fantastic new pendant light in its midst; the xx-large cloud softlight, measuring 2 metres in diameter, was on display for the first time at Maison & Objet.


 



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