The Maison&Objet Paris is one of the most innovative home and design markets in the world. For the past 20 years they have pioneered a visual spectacle for new design talent. This year the show has gone through a re-brand and has shifted towards grouping designers by lifestyle rather than sector. Take a peek at some of the ‘Golden’ innovations featured this year. September 4-8, Paris, France.
Golden “chachkies” in the Maison&Objet showroom. Discover the new Objet-Area at Maison Objet-Paris September 4-8 2015
It is within its own specific pavilion that Ateliers d’Art de France will be unveiling the creative wealth of France’s fine craft in the company of eight artistic craft workers of plural and audacious expression. In the heart of their studios and workshops, they create the unique and singular pieces that herald tomorrow’s trends and that promote the excellence of France’s fine craft across the globe. Discover and appreciate creations by: BEAUME COLLECTION (decor artist), FANEX (ceramist), CREATIONS DIDIER LEGROS (mixed materials), LAGUIOLE TRADITION (cutler – edge-tool maker), MYDRIAZ PARIS (bronze artist), NATHALIE DENIS (sculptor ornamentalist), SARABARTKO (jewellery designer), FABRIQUE DE CANNES FAYET (walking stick designer) in the Ateliers d’Art de France exhibition area. http://www.ateliersdart.com
This is WALLPAPER! Meystyle’s mission is to rescue walls from the background, integrating bold patterns with LED lights and crystals to create a deep visual experience that will transform any wall into a work of art. The Lattice Systems collection goes a step further than any other Meystyle designs. It turns pattern and wallpaper into a radical new concept that transforms walls into light structures.
For September 2015, the members of the Observatoire de la Maison elaborate on the theme of the precious. Their thinking explores five contemporary expressions of the sublime, from hyper-materiality to extreme fragility. Discover their approach in the Inspirations trend book and Inspirations space staged by Elizabeth Leriche.
Charlotte Olympia Objet D’Art Sued Gold Metal Pumps
Versace Objet D’Art Home Collection
After the exhibition Fil rouge, Espace Louis Vuitton Paris welcomes the work of the Franco-British artist Alice Anderson. The installation invites visitors to follow a simple copper wire that wraps around everyday objects to build funny conceptual buildings. Through this artistic gesture, Alice Anderson questions the play between memory and time at a time when digital information storage is rapidly overturning these two pillars of human evolution. Until 20 September.
Beyond Object | Cantili is a tape dispenser with a pared- down, sculptural form abstracted from the everyday tape dispenser. Consisting of a pair of concave circles and a cantilever, its simple and light design is stable enough to be used with single hand.
Lightworks: This Philippines-based company’s purpose is “designing everyday objects that inspire joy, wellbeing and aesthetics”. Its collections include indoor and outdoor furniture, sculptural water features and decorative lighting, wall art, and tabletop pieces. Starting with gilded ceramics, the company now offers gilded metal wall art and other decorative pieces using a fusion of industrial materials (fibreglass and metal) and natural materials like bamboo, stone, shells, abaca, and water hyacinth.
Atmospheric designer Sandrine Alouf pays tribute to the festive world of champagne in this Parisian boutique hotel, just around the corner from the Sorbonne. Its 37 rooms embody elegance, pleasure, love, art and frivolity. Seven suites are dedicated to famous champagne manufacturers. Amongst the other distinctive features of this bubbly address are a champagne bar and a bedroom imagined with the author Amélie Nothomb, a great admirer of champagne’s bubbles, where guests can enjoy a champagne bath with a view of the rooftops of Paris and Notre-Dame cathedral.