plateau shelter

The undulations of the Shelter Plateau may seem like a reference to pastoral roofs … But they also symbolize the interaction between materials and technical expertise. Finally, they show a different approach to the plateau itself with its main dock and its independent modules.
+ gregoire delafforest

wallet

Wallet is the result of a collaboration with leatherworker Maison Fey. Leather is wrapped around the cabinet, gently protecting its content. The door is flexible and hold in place thanks to invisible magnets.
+ Pierre Charrie

contour candleholder

A tea light is a nice source of light. That’s why we designed a shape that defines a place to enhance this quality instead of enclosing it.
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OP-jects

OP-jects is a series of daily life objects with optical illusions. My aim is to change the perception by giving the brain maximum information. The function of the objects triggers the effect of illusions and it reveals hidden visual secrets.
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scraped mirror

Scraped Mirror typifies designer’s experimental approach. One version uses scraped mirror film on bent plywood to create a visual transition from wood to mirror surface; the other features polished corroded metal to achieve its mirror effect.

+ Cecilia Xinyu Zhang

table pont

table pont, made of aluminum, wood and glass
by + studio Oink

nascondino

Nascondino is a collection of alcoves; three different oblong cuts of natural felt. This piece provides a moment of intimacy. Reminiscent of the youthful days of hide-and-seek, its forward incline and closed form.

+ Pierre Emmanuel Vandeputte

glass blown shelf


With the fascination to show beautiful, funny or precious objects, Studio Thier&vanDaalen launched this design. An intense coloured shelf, made entirely from glass. In this design we combined traditional crafts with modern technology.
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salty divider

SALTY space divider
invites a user to interact with it by changing/adding/removing its layers. The room divider marks changeability and adaptability to different spaces. It combines woolen and polyester fabrics;

+ Martyna Golik

sweet pouf

SWEET pouf
slowly coming down while seated creating feeling of sinking in. Made of memory foam and quilted memory foam upholstery;
+ Martyna Golik

bone dining table

Burnt bones dining table from Loïc Bard’s Bone collection blackened using the shou sugi ban technique.

+ Loic Bard

petali

Petali is inspired by the traditional Venetian mirrors produced since centuries in Murano. The piece offers a contemporary interpretation of the traditional mirrors, but preserving the traits of refinement and uniqueness that distinguish them.
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zì rán

In Chinese, the word for nature is zì rán, which means that which happens of itself, not under any control of an outside force.
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Stool “Crews of Hermes”

This stool is a piece of furniture from the “Crews of Hermes” collection. It was designed in collaboration with Hermes. The “Crews of Hermes” collection answers to a simple idea: to each piece of furniture its use.
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plateau shelter

The undulations of the Shelter Plateau may seem like a reference to pastoral roofs … But they also symbolize the interaction between materials and technical expertise. Finally, they show a different approach to the plateau itself with its main dock and its independent modules.
+ gregoire delafforest

missing ocean chair

A series of cotton tubes printed with the original motifs of the Glasgow-based team Timorous Beasties, embroidered in 3D with cashmere, fluorescent fishing lines and other materials by Chloe Patience have been added on the chairs.
+ nobody and co

Ikebana ring

The Ikebana Ring is a sterling silver ring that holds a small bouquet of wildflowers. Ikebana is the Japanese art of floral arrangement, based on a philosophy of developing a closeness with nature.
+ areaware

split mirror

A mirror reflects reality – but only part of it. The Split Mirror does this on three sides. Thanks to the fold in the sheet of coated metal that splits the mirror, you can see yourself three times, from different angles.
+ ontwerpduo

composium

Composium is a tabletop light made with a solid hand blown glass by glass artist/designer, John Hogan.
+ ladies and gentlemen studio

cricket

The design of these tables is based on a simple combination of a wood top with two wooden legs and a third metal leg that can be used also as a handle. The long, thin legs that look somewhat like cricket polls, also create an overall insect-like look that gives these tables their unique character.
+ Nir Meiri

Vesa nestlet

VESA – is a project inspired by the ancient Baltic belief in nature. The old belief says: “The rustle of the trees – the language of the Gods”.
+ Egle Kirdulyte

matter of color

“The viewer is encouraged to imagine the white form transformed by the colour, invited to make their own interpretation of the potential between the object and the unapplied colour.”
+ mr Dean Brown

seven doors

Seven door designs to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Abe Kogyo, a manufacturer of wooden front and interior doors, partitions, fixtures and custom-made furniture.
+ nendo

good morning! good night!

Good Morning and Good Night are two floating bedside tables with a little drawer.

Good Morning!
Bedside table with a drawer and a fully pull out shelf is providing extra space and a safe hold for a cup of coffee or even a small breakfast thanks to the three milled circles.

Good Night!
Within its small surface it holds safely in place a caraffe and its tumbler making a fresh glass of water always available in the middle of the night.

+ dossofiorito

 

layer project

I want to tell you about Individuality of the Layer. This chair has so much potential, actually it can be every image like paintings, cartoons or textures. If someone wants to have classical chair, just put a classical layer…
+ Yunsohyun

brick pedestal

Brick is a micro-architecture. Three forms that are apparently the same while each having its own functions through an intelligent set of lines, strata and alveoli. Bedside table, magazine rack, mini library, sofa bed, pedestal table … Brick is plural.
+ gregoire de la fforest

curator cabinet

By developing their own machine in which they can form plexiglass panels in organic curved shapes, they are able to make showcase cabinets with a magical effect. The most bizarre objects fit in with the advantage that you can see it from all sides.
+ studio Thier&vanDaalen

i want to be a Chinese vase

Imperfect vases that need other objects to fulfill their role.
“If you tell someone that looks like a vase or a flowerpot this is not exactly a compliment. A vase can decorate and make us happy but it seems that this is not enough. The exhibition is a claim of the vase as an essential object, a piece that represents like no other the usefulness of the simply beauty. “
+ Martin Azua

endless table

endless table/ WenchuMan

A modular table made up of interlocking wood cubes with one leg each.
“Endless simulates the idea of life in a community where every individual is interdependent with the rest. In this modular table made out of wood cubes, any part can be left alone, though they can only remain standing if they are assembled with at least two other ones.
+ wenchuman

dRope

dRope /Nikostsoumanis

dRope is a minimalistic, as well as unusual, hanging clothes hanger. It comes in various dimensions, with lengths available from 100cm onwards. The individual hangers’ hight depends on the ceiling hight, with the lowest point being in any case about 100cm from the floor, in order to be accesible by children.
+ Nikos Tsoumanis

self made seat

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The Self-made seat roots from a refusal of seeing sofas monopolise the living space in our homes.
This arrangement can be changed around depending on the activities, the number of people and the time of day. It really encourages you to rearrange your space and be comfortable within.
+ matali crasset

Små Ting

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Our hectic lives are being contained to smaller and smaller spaces. A table can no longer be content as a simple table. We need a table that doubles as storage! We need multifunctional furniture that plays multiple roles while taking up half the space.

Swedish designer Johanna Paulsson’s Små Ting offers a small, convenient solution.
+ johannapaulsson

the three stool

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The Three Stool is a counter height stool that was designed as a collaboration with 18 KARAT to address the issue of material use in furniture. The aim of this project was to use the least amount of materials while maintaining maximum strength.
+ char kennedy

osmosi furniture

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Osmosi is an edition of unique glass and marble pieces, marrying both materials into sculptural objects and pieces of furniture.
Through gravity alone they fit together in synchronized harmony.
+ babled

loop

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Loop is a practical and playful multifunctional cork holder. Easy to assemble, it can be mounted on various supports, allowing multiple compositions and diverse uses.
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cardboard furniture

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Cardboard Furniture And Projects incorporates respect for the environment and our planet in every step of the design and production process.
Re-board and D-board are the most rigid types of cardboard. Both are lightweight and incredibly strong, due to a patented sandwich construction.
+ cardboard

4th Dimension Watch

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The 4th Dimension Watch is composed of a thick circular case and cognac leather band. Although a relatively simple design, the watch has a complex balance of materials that includes concrete, stainless steel, bronze, and leather. Taiwanese designers Sean Yu and Yi-Ting Cheng imagined linking time and space into a visual form when they designed the 4th Dimension Watch. The shape is designed to take the shape of a spiral staircase, while the gold-hued hands move up and down. The effect is a careful and sophisticated interplay of shadow and light.
+ 22designstudio

traven

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Baskets in series. Basket of Mexican Tales. B. Traven
Christian Vivanco is pleased to present during Maison&Objet at Paris the result of his first collaboration with Nido Muebles, a company dedicated to the development an appropriate environment for children at home.
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multifacet

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Multifacet is a series of pretty shiny objects made of concrete and shiny metals to hold other pretty objects, designed by Matali Crasset for Concrete Beton, exhibited at Maison Object 2015.
+ concrete-beton
+ matali crasset

rek bookcase

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REK jr. is entirely made of poplar plywood. Poplar is not only a lightweight material but very eco-friendly (from responsibly managed forests in Europe) and of course 100% biodegradable. The wood is finished with 100% organic linseed oil wax.
+ reinierdejong

broom & dust pan

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Cross replica for household works. In order to avoid dust while disposing of sweeping, the waste is discarded along with a piece of paper. So far this is just a draft prototype.
+ barboraadamonyte

light bracket

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The Light bracket is a clever and playful solution for a shelf bracket and under shelf light combined into one. The bracket is made from cold rolled steel and powder coated in glossy white. Perfect for supporting a shelf above a counter, desk, or bed with the added benefit of illuminating the space below. Also available in a wall sconce version. The braided, nylon cords come in eight vibrant colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, white and black.
Photo Credit: Andrew Kao
+ alex allen studio

bobber pendant

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Bobber is a small pendant lamp with lots of personality! It is made in leather and glass and is inspired by the leather helmets that were previously worn by pilots in propeller airplanes. The light source in LED is hidden within the helmet.
Photographer: Kaja Bruskeland

+ caroline olsson

carpet tape

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A special order for a Parisian apartment, carpet Cassette plays on the unstable equilibrium illusion pedestal tables. Made of anodized aluminum, they just slide into the slots on the carpet.
Pictures of Jerome Galland
+ gregoire de lafforest

a timber daybed

a timber daybed by chmara rosinke

In time for oneself you often need physical borders to get away from the habits of everyday life. A simple wooden daybed with foldable textile screens positioned over the daybad provide the feeling of safety and show also to other people how you feel. If you are open, if you do not want to be disturbed… this furniture reflects your moods and helps to bare them.
+ chmara rosinke