During the last edition of the FIAC, the fourth generation of Henri Matisse heirs presented to the world his new project: the Maison Matisse, a design editor that promises to reinterpret the iconic paintings of the great French painter into contemporary objects. For their first permanent collection, the House is teaming up with the Franco-Polish designer Marta Bakowski who imagines for the occasion tableware inspired by the 1939 painting, " The music ".
If, since its launch, Maison Matisse has been able to offer art and design lovers a limited edition collection produced by the Bouroullec brothers, Jaime Hayon and Alessendro Mendini, it is now taking the next step by presenting a permanent series , imagined by Marta Bakowski, who reinterprets the shapes and colors of Henri Matisse's canvas, " The music ", made in 1939.
The set, entirely made of hand-painted ceramic, is made up of 14 pieces including dishes, bottles, plates and a jug. For this collection, the designer relies on vibrant shades and graphic shapes, like the painter's work. Leaves, grids and primary colors make up the different elements designed in one of the oldest artisanal factories in Italy. Whether the Canon bottle or the Octave carafe, all the objects in the collection can be found now on the Maison Matisse website!
The perfect encounter between painting, crafts and contemporary design.
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