Granadilla is a Parisian design studio founded in 2014 by Ludovic Falédam. Graduate of the National School of Applied Arts and Crafts Paris of Art in Design section of space, it now says its aesthetics through elegant contemporary lighting. Combining travel and reverie to the accuracy and rigor instilled by his teaching, he transports us in a vibrant universe to the variable geometry.
Presented for the first time at Maison & Objet, "La Lampe Petite" is Maiori Design's latest creation. 100% autonomous and eco-responsible, this outdoor or indoor luminaire, to be suspended or installed, works on solar energy.
Met in the aisles of the Maison & Objet salon, designer Benoit Chabert presented his "KL" side table for the publisher Altiligne. An astonishing piece inspired by the aerodynamic position adopted by downhill skiers. Made up of an aluminum sheet body, the structure rests on two solid ash plinths.
The French publisher Roche Bobois has appealed to the American designer Stephen Burks to illustrate and question the European and American cultural differences. This demand has led to the creation of "The Traveler", a chair structure which comes in two versions that highlight the differences between their two continents.
At the Maison & Objet fair, Danish Design will once again be in the spotlight. The opportunity to discover the work of designer Kenyon Yeh and his "Yeh Wall Table" for the publisher Menu. A small bedside table that rests on two legs and leans against a wall to find its stability.
"The Cabin" is the result of collaboration between Line Art, specializing in bathroom furniture in solid wood, and the designers of the function. From this meeting was born "The Cabin", a luxurious bathroom completely concealed in a cupboard in oak.
For the manufacturer Pulpo, the designer Sebastian Herkner imagined the "Oda" lighting collection. A series of table lamps that look like bubbles of light. A poetic and minimal creation which allows to highlight the light in its simplest expression.
Entity of the Fontini group born in 2010 under the sign of design, Font Barcelona produces high-end contemporary electrical equipment and lighting parts. This year, its collection of "5.1" switches is among the 5 finalists of the MAISON & OBJET | projects | AWARDS, which rewards the most innovative products.
For the young French publishing house "There's no fire to the lake," the designer Cédric Ragot imagined 4 small decorative objects and minimalist. These parts mainly made of wood are adorned with brightly colored buttons that bring a playful dimension.