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.
Small Fry for the publisher, the young French architect Arthur Leitner designed the series of coffee tables "Basil". A little creation that comes in three forms, spherical, trapezoidal and tetrahedral.
BOSC is a new sofa editor installed in the Landes. On the occasion of the Maison & Objet show, the brand unveiled its first 5 collections, the design and artistic direction of which have been entrusted to the duo Samuel Accoceberry and Jean-Louis Iratzoki. Pieces that revolve around traditional know-how and local materials such as feather, oak, wool and leather.
For the publisher Petite Friture, the designers Léa Padovani and Sébastien Kieffer from the Pool studio imagined the two coffee tables "ISO-A" and "ISO-B". Presented at the Maison & Objets Fair, these creations play with our perceptions in a clever trompe l'oeil.
On its stand at Maison & Objet, the glass specialist Lasvit will present "Jar RGB", a pendant lamp imagined by designer Arik Levy. This piece of great finesse plays on the three primary colors in additive synthesis, red, green and blue.
Invited in the Talents à la carte selection at the Maison & Objet trade fair in September 2013, "Bien des choses" is a young collective founded by Eric Van de Walle, Jules Cairon and Gérald Perrin. Coming from the worlds of plastic arts, industrial design and cabinet-making, they have different and complementary perspectives. On this occasion, the collective presented the "Grands Blancs", a series of graphic and sculptural lights.
On the September 2013 edition of Maison & Objet, the ArchiDesignClub editorial team awarded the Maison & Objet Découvertes Prize to the Processes Chénel agency - Paper architectures - for the "Honeycomb" table series.
For the first time in its young history, the publisher Matière Grise calls on a designer to sign its productions. On the occasion of the Maison & Objet fair, designer Constance Guisset presents the "Ankara 2009" collection, which consists of 5 all-metal indoor tables.