Maison et Objet 2022 Highlights
After a few years of cancelled fairs, we were thrilled to be able to head back to Paris and attend the bi-annual Maison et Objet showcase. Below we have gathered some highlights and noticeable trends while perusing.
J Adams & Co offers handmade lighting in the UK. Their products range from traditional to contemporary luminaires with a factory that has been open for over 50 years.
Entrelacs has manufactured bronze lighting from their foundry in France for over 35 years to create modern and refined silhouettes.
DCW Editions specializes in lighting but reaches outside of the niche, guided by timeless design. In addition to numerous lighting collections, they also offer a furniture line.
Trends: Metallics and linear fixtures for an industrial feel.
101 Copenhagen presents Nordic and eastern-inspired collections of furniture, lighting, tableware, hardware, and beyond. Their strikingly sculptural forms offer an ultra-modern and sleek statement.
Raw Materials embraces eclectic design through furniture, lighting, décor, and accessories. Natural materials are emphasized in unique silhouettes.
Kohdai Iwamoto is a Japanese designer focused on contemporary furniture. He creates dynamic forms that showcase the object’s material.
Trends: Pieces that are less refined and let the materiality take center stage.
Blim Plus designs contemporary kitchen tools through a minimal form and bright colorways.
Pop-Corn offers a colorful line of furniture lighting, and objects that are adorable, affordable, and durable.
All Origine specializes in European mid-century original objects and furniture. Their collections range from clean and simple, to highly decorative and uniquely.
Trends: Lots of color!
Chuk Palu is an Afghanistan-based textile brand by artist and designer Rahim Walizada that showcases its local diverse culture and tradition through hand-embroidered designs.
Cote Pierre creates painted carpets and cushions to evoke abstract modern art.
Tapistelar offers hand-woven natural fiber rugs that celebrates Colombia’s history of craftsmanship.
Trends: Patchwork and bold stripes.
Pent thrives in the niche of luxury fitness by giving a modern redesign to training equipment. Their signature stainless steel and oiled walnut products offer durability in a carefully crafted form.
Fas Pendezza shines new light on game room products. Redesigned for the modern player, the Italian brand offers fooseball, ping pong, and pool tables in glass, wood and stainless steel finishes.
Trends: Sleek and modern designs for upgraded gyms and amenity spaces.