Maison & Objet 2014 Highlights
By tradition, the end of January in Paris turned into a Mecca for designers, decorators, architects, interior shops owners, connoisseurs and fans of design. Major furniture brands presented their new products and items at the Maison & Objet 2014.
Maison & Objet 2014 Interior Design Highlights
Jaime Hayón’s Hope Bird
Young and novice designers have shown what they can do, as the Paris exhibition is a great chance to be seen by a representative of a famous brand. We have chosen the most vivid and memorable works at the exhibition.
Furniture and fixtures from Istanbul
Young designers from Istanbul decided to completely eliminate stereotypes in the world of industrial design. Seren Bazgoz and Fatih Bazgor brought furniture and fixtures, which they produce in their own studio laB. The designers successfully experimented with forms and materials.
White, sparkling white, matt white, all shades of this color were used for the new collection of the Italian brand Baxter. Creators of the Chassis chair played on the contrast of the two materials – rough iron, which they used for the back and armrests, and the softest leather, used for the seat.
Sculptural vases Sisters
Spanish designer Pepa Reverter created a collection of sculptural vases called Sisters for Bosa. The vases have the shapes of girls’ heads with high hairstyles. They are made of ceramic and were painted by hand. Each vase have its own name. There are five vases in the collection: Louise, Frida, Sofia, Helen and Clara.
Hope Bird sculptures
Sculptures from the Hope Bird collection symbolize the importance of an optimistic outlook on life. These birds are confidently and proudly looking forward to brighter future, making us to be more positive.
Furniture by Chelini
The Italian company Chelini is originally from Florence. Chelini presented the collection, which has combined classical motifs with unusual details. So a chest decorated in Venetian style is painted with porcelain characteristic; a classic armchair in the style of Louis XV is made with atypical wicker headboard; a hybrid of a street lounger and classic chair can be represented as a vivid example of eclecticism.
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