7 Names To Look For At Maison&Objet 2017
Recognised industry wide for championing emerging talent and identifying compelling and innovative design trends we share 7 names to watch from interior and lifestyle trade show Maison&Objet.
Beginning as an architectural drawing for custom made modular furniture USM has grown from its former founding as a hardware and locksmith’s business into an empire of flexible furniture systems and solutions for office, home and everyday life.
Modular furniture system, £2, 202.58, USM
Founded in 2015 by art director and designer, Nosca Inc, 17 Patterns draws inspiration from past and present design disciplines to produce dynamic, distinctive wallpapers through a unique multiple-artist approach. We collaborate with 17 Patterns in Issue Five of Warehouse Home on an breathtaking wallpaper design inspired by the surface corrosion of metal. Click here to see it installed to amazing effect in an East London factory conversion.
-Acro wallpaper by 17 Patterns for Warehouse Home, 160 per 10m roll, Warehouse Home Shop
Acclaimed by Le Corbusier the innovative work of Bernard-Albin Gras with Lampe Gras, this was to be the first articulated lamp in history and a turning point in twentieth-century lighting. Today, over 90 years later, DCW editions continue to publish innovative and contemporary collections widely renown within even the smallest of design circles.
Ebb & Flow
A fusion of British and Nordic influences Ebb & Flow are widely recognised for the design and manufacture of functional and decorative lighting and objects, using simple materials such as glass, metal and textiles to bring joy and warmth to the interior.
Lute pendant, £300, Ebb & Flow
The work of self-taught British designer Tom Dixon and studio of the same name is a firm favourite here at Warehouse Home. From the understated to the extravagant his decedent industrial and architecturally inspired designs are equally at home in your very own living room as they are on display at the MOMA in New York.
(On table) Large Bash vessel by Tom Dixon, £300, Heals
A new exhibitor at Maison&Objet this January, designer and conceptual artist Bernard Coll encourages the vivid use of imagination to create decorative, yet (surprisingly) functional designs that make the impossible a reality.
Off Road Rider seats, Price upon request, Bernard Coll
Through an expressive approach to Nordic design, AYTM intend to inspire with an impressive collection focused on high quality materials and exquisite detailing.
(On bed) Motum quilted leather cushion in Bordeaux, 699DK, AYTM
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