From January 18 to 22, immerse yourself in the latest releases and trends in interior design as Maison&Objet takes over Paris for its 30th edition. This year's event envisions a future of design where technology and nature harmoniously complement each other, giving rise to a variety of innovative and sustainable creations. Join us on this journey, exploring furniture, lighting, accessories, and outdoor collections from renowned names like Classicon and Tolix.
Hulsø boasts an organic form that challenges the traditional notion of a shelf designed for the sole purpose of showcasing decorative objects. Instead, it takes center stage with its artistic design, elevating itself beyond mere functionality to add aesthetic value to any space.
ClassiCon joins the Paris Design Week, presenting a popular reissue and unveiling a new addition to the Eileen Gray collection, previously introduced at Salone del Mobile 2023. The Faubourg rug, named after the Parisian street that housed the designer's studio, comes to life from an original design by Eileen Gray: three gracefully simple black lines on a light background form a minimalist yet dynamic pattern.
From lighting to accessories, Magic Circus Éditions unveils a collection of new products with a captivating decorative essence. The Empoli lamps feature an intricately crafted and colored glass design, offering versatility with a range of sizes for the spheres and chairs to allow various lighting configurations.
The Shelf bookcase, available in a version with built-in desk, along with the Stool 01 and Pedestal 01 stools also join the collection, showcasing the French brand's multifaceted and contemporary approach to design.
For the 30th edition of M&O, Pulpo celebrates a decade of one of its most iconic designs, Oda by Sebastian Herkner, and unveils captivating new versions of the Boule lamp. The collection now features exquisite marble finishes for the base, creating a sculptural and sophisticated final effect that enhances the allure of any room.
Paris welcomes the outdoor design expertise of Ethimo, Talenti, and Tolix, unveiling new products and updates to existing collections.
Studiopepe weaves its design magic into Ethimo's newest additions, the Tetide and Pangea outdoor rugs. A play of geometric, zigzag, and diamond patterns, enhanced by warm colors — moka and algae green for Tetide, garnet red for Pangea — and a unique weave that creates a captivating three-dimensional effect.
Tolix unveils the Patio collection, a creation by the talented Pauline Deltour. Steel, Tolix-style designs, meticulously crafted to furnish outdoor spaces with a blend of minimalism and timeless charm.
In the realm of decor, new waves of inspiration emerge from the collections showcased at Maison&Objet by Bosa, Lladrò, and Baobab Collection. Ranging from ceramic sculptures and decorative candles to sophisticated objects and exclusive limited editions, each piece serve as an eloquent expression of craftsmanship and extravagant creativity.
Lladrò unveils new additions to the Heritage collection, drawing inspiration from the richness of nature and biodiversity as a source of life. These creations manifest as precious sculptures and limited editions of iconic objects like The Guest, representing a flawless synthesis of art and design.
Bosa's latest collections enhance the brand's nonconformist art, skillfully expressed through the tradition of ceramics and the interpretations of the most visionary contemporary designers.
Oversized scented candles and home fragrances adorned with exquisite designs - accessories that transcend mere functionality to elevate the space. Eclectic patterns and limited editions take center stage among the new arrivals from Baobab Collection M&O 2024.
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