We are very excited about the arrival of Maison et Objet 2018 as for 5 days, Paris will be filled with some of the best designers around the world that will be showcasing their products as well the latest interior design trends of 2018. For that reason, we decided to present some of our favourite brands & products from the exhibition! Hope we manage to get you inspired!
1. Fendi Casa
The cosmopolitan aesthetic of Fendi goes beyond the runway. The renowned House has been dynamically diving into the interior design scene since 1987 in order to deliver excellent craftsmanship, the kind that “dresses” the house too, only like a legendary Italian brand can. The collection features modern as much as classic furniture that stems from the brand’s collaborations with international designers. A must-see for new and recurrent visitors. Seamlessly integrating modern advancements with retro details, the collection adds an elegant and inviting ambiance. The luxury brand keeps on delivering surprising and innovative designs, without forgetting their luxury and classic touch.
2. Federico Peri
One of the designers chosen for Design Talent Awards. Federico Peri deals with interior and furniture design & Nilufar gallery represents his limited edition works. Federico Peri is an interior designer based in Milan and his projects range from commercial, residential to furniture design. He defines his own interest as the synergy between the historical and contemporary, that’s why working with authentic materials isn’t simply a standard of beauty but represent a real design-belief by which the studio starts any kind of project, whether it is furniture, installation or interior. Candidate as “best emerging designer” at the Milan furniture Fair 2017 with the collection designed for FontanaArte .
3. Stoned: High On Marble
Stoned wants to re-introduce marble in modern interiors as a contemporary product. In timeless black and white and in trendy pink. Stoned is founded by two Dutch guys from Amsterdam, Derkan Atakan & John Ter Riet. Products that are simple and rich, no-nonsense and elegant.
4. Boca Do Lobo
The art of designing and crafting exclusive pieces. Boca Do Lobo seeks to encourage and represent the most authentic handcrafting techniques around the world. They are fearless and crave for innovation, and their aim for excellence is what determines their passion. For Boca do Lobo design is not merely an accurate creative process, moreover is the art of inspiring and evoking unique emotions to the world. They stand for emotions, & their objective is to evoke exclusive sensations and provoke reactions.
Baboon is a new lifestyle brand that will make its first appearance at M&O. With Matteo Bianchi as Art Director, the brand’s wall coverings come with a refined and original twist. Representing a dual nature, in Northern Italy and London, Baboon knows that walls tell stories and they help them say the best. Baboon products are definitely versatile and distinctive
When the leather conveys a story! Pinetti is an Italian company that produces luxury home accessories and develops bespoke collections handcrafted in the finest Italian leathers. Pinetti’s quintessential design is the outcome of the long-standing experience of the internal design team and of collaborations with prominent international interior designers. Each year the collection is enriched by bespoke products made for yachts, Spas, hotels and interior decorators, able to fulfil the requests of even the most demanding clients.
7. Matias Di Carlo
The manipulation of materials doesn’t stop there. Matias Di Carlo tests the limits of metal in the most aesthetically fulfilling ways. With the power of the fire and his unique vision, he crafts timeless pieces for the visitors of M&O to marvel at. With exceptional techniques and moving between art and design Matias Di Carlo pushes the limits of metal to create timeless masterpieces. Matias Di Carlo presents his characterful creations which masterfully blend an array of metals with the use of exceptional techniques. Moving relentlessly between art and design his distinctive language uses the transforming power of fire to shape metal into sculptural furniture. His work comprises one-of-a-kind objects, limited editions as well as commissioned works in the fields of furniture and architectural installations.
If you’re looking to be inspired by other brands from past trade shows check out our post The British Take Milan