Maison&Objet Paris Exhibition 2013
Maison&Objet is an annual exhibition that takes place in Paris, and this year show proved to be very intriguing in terms of new furnishing and interior decorating ideas! Here are some of the major highlights of the Paris show!
If you want to be in the trend for the most trendy pieces in interior designing, Maison&Objet is one of the perfect ways to keep track of these trends. It takes place in Paris, France annually and is targeting professionals from the field of Home fashion and design. This year got much international attention from the participants, including such high standard names as Patricia Urquiola! So let’s take a closer look at one of the most interesting pieces!
Patricia Urquiola has presented a intriguing modular set, entitled Lana Mangas. The set is distinctly colored, and can be arranged and rearranged in any way you would want. The collection is present by poufs and rugs that form a unified impression. The designer selected a palette of yellow, coral, pink, grey and ivory for the collection.
Another intriguing furniture piece was presented by Ibride and it is called the Hidden Chair. The collection presents three beech plywood chairs based on three historical designs. From the side it might appear like a classical silhouette of a chair.
There were also other objects in the collection, such as chandelier and vases. One of such vases was presented by Benjamin Graindorge, a French designer who has created a series of vases with tops that loop over the flowers to frame them, entitled Heirloom. Made from ceramics, these vases vary in colors, from dark blue, light blue to yellow.
The Italian designer, Valentina Carretta of Fabrica, has made her contribution in a form of chandeliers, called Egg of Columbus lamps. These lamps come in three sizes, and vary in their shapes. These cute lamps are made for Italian brand Seletti! For more intriguing pieces, see the gallery below! Enjoy Maison&Objet 2013!