During the design fair held in Paris from the 19th to the 23rd of January, brands have presented new exclusive accessories and furniture. "Take Care" is the latest theme of this year's edition of Maison&Objet 2023 animating the city with new design trends for the home.
As part of Maison&Objet event, Maxalto returns to Paris to showcase an exclusive preview of its 2023 collection in the store at 35 Rue du Bac. The "classic contemporary" soul of the brand, designed and coordinated by Antonio Citterio, stands out for its timelessly elegant furniture, inspired by an artisanal tradition that is always reinterpreted in a contemporary key combining excellent materials, painstaking attention and exclusive details. Arbiter, the first modular seating system by Maxalto, and Lilum, a sofa with sinuous lines, are among the main protagonists of the brand selection.
The French-Italian designer Julia Chiaramonti along with the German brand Pulpo created this small collection of tables consisting of a dining table and a side table with extremely simple names: tavolo2 and tavolino2. Futuristic and essential lines, bright colours adding character to modern spaces. The frame is made of corrugated aluminium to provide support to the tabletop and to convey the idea of constant movement.
Perfect for modern table decor, the Aya, Carmina, India and Laguna candleholders bear a striking resemblance to gemstones thanks to a triumph of colours and shades: emerald green, sapphire blue, onyx and amber. Designed by Andrea Larsson for Reflections Copenhagen, these shiny, hand-cut crystal candleholders are incredibly captivating.
The latest arrival presented at Maison&Objet by La Manufacture is the Moos modular sofa, designed by Sebastian Herkner. Inspired by the organic softness of moss in the Bavarian forest, this sofa is synonymous with comfort and flexibility. In Paris the brand also showcased the Oaze sofa, designed by Ana Moussinet. Oaze is the beating heart of the living area, an essential element that reshapes the surrounding space providing impressive comfort.
Strong yet lightweight, Martinelli Luce's new Dia lamp is designed by Simon Schmitz. Two powerful LEDs can be switched to function as a direct or indirect spotlight, or both. The body of the lamp, which seems to float in the air, is connected to the base by two thin, coloured power cables.
Formal and functional simplicity combined with an inspiring research are the defining qualities of the new Revolve vases, designed by Brian Sironi for Ichendorf Milano with the purpose of bringing wonder and excitement to everyday life through his attention to details.
Bulbi, the new Ethimo’s collection designed by Studiopepe, consists of six vases in a variety of sizes and geometric shapes that create a dialogue with nature. Modular, totemic, essential and scenic. The artisanal manufacturing gives the surface an unconventional texture enhancing the imperfect uniqueness of each element, each one defined by exclusive aesthetic features.
We help you shape your home, collecting the best inspirations for you and editing design selections that fit your space and needs.