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Maison et Objet 2018 – Our Design Picks

The day for the most anticipated design event in Paris approaches quickly, and we are ready as ever to take it all in. Maison et Object opens its doors for the appreciators of interiors and design on Friday 19th January and will keep them open until Tuesday 23rd. Enough time to lay eyes on the industry’s emerging trends, get immersed in design and discover the latest brand collections. In addition to that, this year things get more exciting as two new spaces dedicated to textiles make their debut. Not sure how to fit everything in four days? Start with the 10 design brands you shouldn’t miss!

Fendi Casa

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The cosmopolitan aesthetic of Fendi goes beyond the runway. The renowned House has been dynamically diving into the interior design scene since 1987 in order to deliver excellent craftsmanship, the kind that “dresses” the house too, only like a legendary Italian brand can. The collection features modern as much as classic furniture that stems from the brand’s collaborations with international designers. A must-see for new and recurrent visitors.

Wall&Decò

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This brand puts the trends right where you can see them: up the wall. With distinct trend-setting tendencies and a generous dose of surrealism, Wall&Decò takes over every plain white sight of a wall and turns it into a masterpiece.

Federico Peri

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Where historical and contemporary collide: Federico Peri’s designs are imbued with true creative dedications and led by a design belief of high standards. Nominated as “Best Emerging Designer” at the Milan Furniture Fair, Peri’s work spans from commercial and residential to furniture design.

Paola Paronetto

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Paola Paronetto’s work with porcelain and ceramic redefines finishing imperfections and upgrades them to utterly modern and almost avant-garde decorative pieces. Raw textures and unconventional patterns and colours make up a collection that spans from indoor lighting to storage tumblers.

Stoned

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And from ceramics to marble. Through the years we’ve seen innumerable spins of this fine material but Stoned is rebranding it. From the classic and opulent black to the ever-beloved Millennial Pink, this marble homeware steals the show.

Creativ Light Wilhelm Mueller

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This brand’s products don’t need many words to do the talking. We are already fans of Creativ Light’s take on Midas’s urban jungle in the form of stunning lighting and can’t wait to see what this trend-setting brand has in store for us this year.

Pinetti

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Luxury home accessories have never been this elevated. When Italian aesthetic enters the game, we have Pinetti. This brand became memorable due to their bespoke, handcrafted leather products. Products made for hotels, yachts and spas, to name a few, are always on the wishlist of those with nothing but excellent taste.

Matias Di Carlo

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The manipulation of materials doesn’t stop there. Matias Di Carlo tests the limits of metal in the most aesthetically fulfilling ways. With the power of the fire and his unique vision, he crafts timeless pieces for the visitors of M&O to marvel at.

Magic Circus Éditions

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It’s hard to overlook the unbelievable allure of Magic Circus Éditions’ second lighting collection.  Sleek metal and handblown glass, crafted in an ancestral traditional workshop make the collection 02, which brims with Asian and art nouveau references, artfully tied together. The future of this brand undeniably looks bright. Don’t miss it.

Baboon

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This is a launch we’re looking forward to. Baboon is a new lifestyle brand that will make its first appearance at M&O. With Matteo Bianchi as Art Director, the brand’s wall coverings come with a refined and original twist. Representing a dual nature, in Northern Italy and London, Baboon knows that walls tell stories and they help them say the best.

Happy Maison et Objet 2018 everyone! Let us know what you are looking forward to seeing at the show.