Maison et Objet 2019 – Discover All The News and Trends
The doors of the September edition of Maison et Objet 2019 are unfortunately closed. But have no fear, because we bring you all the exclusive highlight from this design event! Prepare yourself to see the most wonderful interior design inspirations from the topluxury brands and to be inspired by the best interior design trends.
HKliving is a Dutch interior brand founded by Emiel Hetsen and Sander Klaver. The combination of a creative mind and a mathematical brain has turned out to be a winning formula. At the base, HKliving creates accessible collections with products inspired by traditional designs while respecting its history, but always to give it a modern look and feel. During the designing process, the emphasis has been placed on honoring the original style.
ALISTAIR DANHIEUX CERAMICS
Organic and abstract, the new works of Alistair Danhieux (born 1975) will doubtless surprise those who knew the utilitarian pottery of his beginnings.
“One day a problem with the kiln inspired me to change direction. I started creating purely decorative objects, round shapes, with pure lines, with very graphic decorations. A few years ago, I felt the need to break away from using the wheel and I started working in a more sculptural way, freer. For this exhibition I plunged into earthenware, more robust than porcelain, in order to make pieces that would be able to resist and stand the test of time.”
Fifteen new pieces to discover, in which the artist has, for the first time, experimented with enamel whose light reveals the delicateness of the sculpted volumes.
BOCA DO LOBO
For the September edition of Maison et Objet 2019, Boca do Lobo and Covet House joined forces, to bring forth the best in the world of exclusive design. Both design brands are Portuguese and known for combining luxury design and fine craftsmanship.
The Nº11 armchair takes the cue from key figures of the surrealist movement such as Salvador Dali and René Magritte and turns their work into a subtle art furniture piece.
Design Élémentaire was founded by Lina Papot, an Interior Designer State graduate. She works with individuals and professionals in the sectors of Montpellier, Nîmes and Sète. For her, each project is unique and she assists people in projects of renovation, development, decoration and custom furniture creation with professionalism, creativity and sensitivity. This luxury brand attaches to put the human being at the heart of the project, the dialogue and meaning at the center of the creative process.
Since its creation 200 years ago, the Faïencerie de Gien, the largest porcelain factory in Europe, symbolizes refinement, luxury and the French lifestyle. She made her fame by manufacturing table services with the coat of arms of the biggest families of France and Europe and the tiles of the Paris metro in 1930.
Located in Gien, in the Loire Valley, the historic heart of France, the Gien Faience factory still manages locally all the manufacturing process of its earthenware, the selection of land to manufacture from the dough to the finished products. Plaster molds, enamels and colors are also designed in Gien. All pieces are hand-painted. The contours of the decorations are printed by hand using a technique of the 18th from etched copper plates. It takes at least 3 years of experience to master these techniques and this extremely meticulous work.
Born in Denmark, and the vivid nature, Bolia‘s Scandinavian design heritage and the vibrant creativity that surrounds them, serves as inspiration, but just like the Scandinavian seasons, they’re not afraid of change. They love to blur the lines of creativity and, together with the collection of independent designers, make their interpretation of the New Scandinavian Design. Behind each one of their designs is a story: a story of craftsmanship and quality.
Since its creation in 1996, Atmosphère d’Ailleurs has been one of the most demanding importers on the condition, authenticity and rarity of the objects it collects. From the popular art object to the museum piece, Atmosphère d’Ailleurs offers various collections of furniture dating from the 17th century to the 20th century but still sectioned for their timeless character. Through its specific purchasing criteria and its ethical commitment, Atmosphère d’Ailleurs has won the trust of an international clientele: professionals or Asian furniture and art lovers.
Bitossi Home is a Bitossi Diffusione brand, created in 2007 in Montelupo Fiorentino, Tuscany. The education and attitude to design have converged into the current collections featuring an aesthetic sense of shapes, a harmony of colors and an inclination to simplicity, as well as elegance and good taste.
Today Bitossi Home confirms its trend to create a complete and coordinated style as far as table setting up is concerned, capable of telling the beauty of its land where nature, tradition and cosmopolitan spirit coexist. A constant quest for ideas that can combine ceramic material, glass, wood and new materials is the brand’s strong point.
At 37, architect Laura Gonzalez is already well-known for working her magic across Paris, and for the past two years has been spreading her wings overseas, stamping her “reworked classical” style on a whole host of restaurants, bars, hotels and stores. Maison et Objet 2019 highlights the work of this amazing designer by naming her Designer of the Year September 2019.
Roberto Cavalli Home encapsulates the brand’s penchant for all things Italian across its covetable range of luxury bed linen sets, luxury tableware and glassware. Drawing inspiration from the iconic prints and patterns of the clothing collections as bespoke animal prints and damask, the colours and textures feature vibrant intertwining details and ornate trims, including tassels and golden braiding. Transform your living space with everything from astonishing dinnerware to plush cushions and more.
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