Today is the last day of Maison & Objet and today we will explore NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE: the Hall 7 at Maison & Objet 2016. Here you can find some of the best furniture and lighting companies in the Interior Design world market. Let’s take a look!
Established in 2002, Tom Dixon is a British product design brand. With a commitment to innovation and a mission to revive the British furniture industry, the brand is inspired by the nation’s unique heritage and produces extraordinary objects for everyday use.
Antonio Lupi is a Tuscan company which has stood out in the design and manufacturing of bathroom furniture, both in Italy and abroad, for the past sixty years. The distinctive features of this ever-developing company are its ability to innovate by continuously creating design, while investing heavily in manufacturing technology and collaborating with well-known designers.
At this year’s edition of Maison & Objet, Boca do Lobo will proudly present over 10 new designs, from sideboards, to consoles and dining tables. These include additions to two of the brand’s most emblematic design families, the Lapiaz and Millionaire, and other entirely new models. One of the most successful releases of the past year, Glance Mirror will also be presented for the first time.
FÜRSTENBERG has specialised in unique craftsmanship and exclusive porcelain manufacture since 1747. This traditional company from Lower Saxony is now setting new standards in porcelain manufacture with its premium collections featuring upmarket tableware design of the highest quality. The FÜRSTENBERG portfolio ranges from dinner services and gift items to unique designer pieces.
INNERMOST is a British design brand that stands for concept, quality and wit. Founded in London and working with designers from all over the world, founders Steve Jones and Russell Cameron aimed to create a unique lighting and furniture brand. Since 1999, the company has followed its initial philosophy – to be ‘as British as London itself’ – that is to be very British and yet very diverse.
DelightFULL has already unveiled its presence at the upcoming Maison et Objet Paris in January 2016 with the theme “Industrial Style Meets Timeless Lighting Design“. Industrial Style is the moto to this January edition at Maison et Objet Paris for DelightFULL. The retro design brand, that always gets inspiration from the most iconic designs of the 50’s and 60’s era, is taking a new concept to Paris.
Balance and formal refinement, experimentation and functionality are the elements that characterized the new collection of GLAS ITALIA.
The company goes on with the search of refined and innovative furniture solutions that extend to the spaces planning that dialogue with the interior design.
KENNETH COBONPUE is a multi-awarded industrial designer known for integrating natural materials with innovative handmade production processes. KENNETH COBONPUE pioneered on integrating design, manufacturing and global distribution and branding from his headquarters on the island of Cebu. Time Magazine has called him “rattan’s first great virtuoso.
OCHRE designs furniture, lighting and accessories for the interior. Their designs place equal importance on harmonious proportions, luxurious materials and matchless craftsmanship. British designers Joanna Bibby and Harriet Maxwell Macdonald, who shared an aesthetic for the beauty of the understated, founded OCHRE in 1996.
And the last but not the least…LUXXU!
Luxxu presented its new collection at Maison & Objet! LUXXU is a new lighting experience, a brand that provides a collection capable of making your projects come true, combined the classic forms with a modern attitude. It’s made with the finest selection of materials as brass, glass and Swarovski crystal combined with rare handwork techniques and contemporary design.
If you’re planning to attend Maison et Objet today, don’t forget to see LUXXU‘s latest novelties at Hall 7, Stand I16 – J15. Discover more lighting ideas and inspirations at out Pinterest boards and Instagram page!
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