From its very first year in 1964, Seletti in Cicognara, Mantova, has followed its principle of professionality service and constant research to strive for better innovation and originality. The company focuses on design projects and on creative characteristic Italian design excellence. The collections containing contemporaryart blended with daily life icons, send a message of shape and function, conveying to its customers a vision for a unique, personal and fun lifestyle. This year, at Maison et Objet, Seletti presented us with a contemporary dining table upside down.
Founded in 1824, the Vista Alegre Porcelain Factory was the first industrial unit dedicated to the production of porcelain in Portugal. More than just a factory space, Vista Alegre is today an architectural group of undeniable interest, a repository of social and artistic memories that are fundamental to the construction of national identity.
Created by award-winning Spanish designerJaime Hayon, this multifarious collection inspired by Portuguese folklore brings together magic, humor, sophistication, and tradition. Featuring their own language, the candelabra Funtasma Folkifunki, dominated by blue and red, with touches of gold, the decorative pieces can be used autonomously or combined with the rest of the collection, finding the “family air” in common colors and expressive motifs. Presented at Maison et Objet 2020, this design collection has a lot to offer!
ROBERTOCAVALLIHOME encapsulates the luxury brand’s penchant for all things Italian across its range of luxury tableware and glassware. Drawing inspiration from the iconic prints and patterns of the clothing collections as bespoke animal prints and damask, the colors and textures feature vibrant intertwining details and ornate trims, including tassels and golden braiding. Paving the way towards glamorous home decor and gifts, only the finest fabrics and materials are used, with coveted homeware exclusives adding to the glamour and sensuality that this brand will deliver to your favorite room or corner of the house. Presented at Maison et Objet, this can transform your dining space with everything from astonishing dinnerware to plush cushions and more.
Born in Portugal, Dooq is a design company dedicated to celebrate the luxury of living. Creating designs that stimulate the senses, whose conceptual approach is inspired on the unexpected meeting of opposite things. Using the technological expertise of a country leader in craftsmanship in combination with the creativity of great designers helps to create pieces with an uncensored aesthetic where each piece has its own reason for existing.
We invite you to explore their latest modern dining chair, which you can see at Maison et Objet – The Odisseia, that embodies the aesthetic spirit of the space age, a new kind of discreet luxury and comfort inspired by a futuristic era, created by new visual experiences and concepts of the future.
The first edition of Maison Et Objet 2020 happens from January 17th until the 21st, at Hall 8 | C3, where Boca do Lobo marks its presence at this amazing tradeshow and incredibly celebrates design at the Très famous capital. It’s a full fine experience. Even from the outside of the stand, the visitors immediately have a sneak peek of what the brand is preciously hiding inside.
Entering into the Dining Area, the new definition of detailed craftsmanship, the classic but edgy Metamorphosis Dining Table takes the main role with one-of-a-kind design aesthetic and refined statement to the most influential minds. Surprisingly every professional, the Brand prepared a second and more contemporary Dining Area, with Pietra Dining Table in the center stage.
Located in Hall 8, Stand A16 at Maison et Objet, the brand’s stand was designed taking into consideration almost every division of a home. You can find lighting and furniture inspiration for the living and dining room areas, master bedroom and walk-in closets and even for the outdoors. Get ready to see, feel and live the luxury sensation with LUXXU’s latest novelties!
The richness and versatility of materials (black lacquer, polished brass, and Emperador marble) seen in this remarkably designed dining table offer a sumptuous and modern look to a dining room. A must-see at Maison et Objet2020!
A bowl capturing the dynamism of a liquefied vortex and candle holders inspired by the biological process of cell growth. Zaha Hadid Design’s new fluid tableware designs interpret the ordinary into something unexpected.
“When designing objects Zaha was never constrained by any given use or spatial context.” Explains director Woody Yao. “We continue to follow and draw strength from this approach so that the collection has room to evolve without compromising the integrity of the design.”
Take a look at this amazing luxury tableware at Maison et Objet!
A world that values transparency and authenticity entirely focused on the wellbeing of future generations. With its comprehensive collection, Cinna sets the mood, bringing an atmosphere of modernity to the home thanks to an inspired collaboration with 70 designers from all over the world.
«At Cinna, nothing can replace spontaneity! When it comes to anticipating future lifestyles, following the rules does nothing more than kill creativity. Cinna perpetuates a kind of tradition of rebellion, of non-conformism which can possibly be traced back to its post-68 origins…»
Take a look at this contemporary dining room in pink where the round dining table creates a statement! Find Cinna at Maison et Objet 2020!
Darkroom is a bold design brand and online retailer based in London. The Darkroom concept is defined by a love for the bold and the brave, the crafted and the curious. It strives to make good design accessible, whilst also questioning the norm. For 7 years, it’s black-walled, joyous graphic interior and unique aesthetic changed the landscape of retail in London.
Faïencerie Georges takes great delight in illustrating these objects with vignettes of daily life – moments captured in time and unexpected situations, providing a poetic vision of the spontaneity of life. In the course of our wandering and the encounters they make, a slideshow is built up, almost by chance; an accumulation of images and moments frozen in a contemporary, yet off-beat gaze. The result is a range of ceramic tableware and decorative objects manufactured and hand-painted in Nevers, a long-standing center of this craft, using savoir-faire that has been passed down through four generations of the Georges family. Find this luxury tableware at Maison et Objet 2020!
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