Maison et Objet 2020 has drawn to a close but the experience and the memories will stay for a long time. This trailblazing Parisian design event is not just synonymous with business but also with culture – because interior design is also about sharing and discovering. Speaking of which, we would like to introduce you to our new trendsetting pieces of furniture, lighting and upholstery. Stay tuned and make it trendy!
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The Kafe sideboard is a tribute to the rich coffee culture of Madagascar. Made from bronze mirror, stainless steel and the finest wood, Kafe promises to bring warmth and clean-lined minimalism to your living room. This is modern design at its greatest.
Carefully built from fiberglass, Monochrome is composed of three separate modules, covered by an exquisite gold finish with a black gradient hint as a result of advanced experimentations, and then finished with a high gloss varnish coat. An avant-garde console that conveys a seductive and fearless attitude due to its unique and challenging design.
The Winnow table lamp takes its name from the winnowing method, an ancient technique of separating grain from the straw. Its body is composed of small lacquer wood tubes, representing the straw, and the abat-jour shade emerges from the base with a light tapioca fabric, separating distinctively from its rigid body.
The Metamorphosis console table embodies handmade techniques such as hammering and polishing, executed by some of the best craftsmen in the country. The strong geometric design is coupled with two brass plated feet with casted brass details. A unique product for those who have a peculiar taste for limited edition pieces and conceptual designs.
The Versailles armchair was inspired by the creativity and rich decoration of the Versailles Palace. Boca do Lobo opens the way to freedom and the need for bringing extravagant creations to life. A timeless upholstery piece for your living room.
The harsh and strict lines from the Liberica console table contrast perfectly with the fluidity and sort of feminine touch of the mirror. Inspired by the Coffea liberica plant, the mirror takes an oval contour, resembling the delicate shape of the plant’s leaf. The stainless steel with a bronze matte base, simulate the sturdy branches that can grow up to nine meters, holding in perfect harmony a refined marble top.
The Pixel sideboard presents a groundbreaking work of pioneering design. This piece carries the dedication and art of those who built it, a variety of traditional production techniques to craft an avant-garde furniture piece that is authentic, joyful and a perfect match for the digital age. Its playful character is captured in shape and color palette, challenging design and craftsmanship.