It was the most expected event of the beginning of the year in the world of design.
After 5 frenetic days, it’s today the end of Maison & Objet in Paris. Conferences, workshops, booths.. What keep in mind from this meeting between passionate about art and design?
Little focus on designers and brands that literally amazed us !
The Italian design studio was present with their most beautiful lighting models. The visitors of the fair were able to admire their suspensions, table lamps, chandeliers or their valets in the "naked design", imprint of the brand. Pieces in stone, metal and brass signed Edizioni design are as evocative as subtle. A fusion between minimalism, functionality and quality.
The young Spanish brand pop and funky Houtique, seduced with a positive uninhibited stand at their image. Exotic vibes, words in velvet and unbridled creativity were present at the meeting. Retro code, colors standing, original shapes and monochrome elements.. Houtique is an electric and eclectic style that surprise and let nobody indifferent.
Simple and clean lines, typical of nordic style and spotlight thanks to quality materials (blown glass, brass, leather, wood) and with perfect finishes. Here the way that we can describe AYTM creations, young danish brand with the ambition of give a new perspective to interior decoration. For the fair Maison & Objet, AYTM did in the haute couture. An original and vibrant booth.
GIOPATO & COOMBES
By walking through this booth, we’re awed by this red light which comes sublimate the lightings of the brand born from an Italian-English duo. The light turn on and with wide open eyes, we feel take away by the magic like children. Giopato & Coombes design exceptional lightings in the search of pure beauty, a synthesis between emotion and innovation.
MAGIC CIRCUS ÉDITIONS
The booth thought by Magic Circus for the fair Maison & Objet breathes Parisian elegance. A light design, ludic and fairy, where colors and materials are associated in an original way and with finesse. The goal of the house : rethink, revise, redraw the common objects that we look without see them to tell, bring to light, new stories.