January 19, 2020

Maison&Objet January Edition Top Picks: Day 1

Bi-annual home decor show Maison&Objet is taking place January 17-21, 2020 in Paris. Check out our top picks from the first day of the show.

1. BERNARDO designed by Elena Salmistraro for Bosa

BERNARDO designed by Elena Salmistraro for Bosa.

Elena Salmistraro depicts the World Wildlife Federation’s iconic panda as a ceramic sculpture that stands tall with tribe-like armor and bamboo.

2. Noodle by Ana Kras for et al.

Noodle by Ana Kras for et al.

Ana Kras’s side table for et al. was inspired by looms, and the top can be removed and used as a tray.

3. Tropicana Ceiling Lamp by Serena Confalonieri for Houtique

Tropicana Ceiling Lamp by Serena Confalonieri for Houtique.

Serena Confalonieri‘s wood and cane ceiling lamp for Houtique references retro fans.

4. Stacked by Alain Gilles for FDC –
Faïencerie de Charolles

Stacked by Alain Gilles for FDC – Faïencerie de Charolles.

The side table collection by Alain Gilles for FDC – Faïencerie de Charolles was inspired by stacks of geometric ceramics.

5. LucidiPevere’s Stendhal desk for Ligne Roset

LucidiPevere’s Stendhal desk for Ligne Roset.

LucidiPevere, which has previously designed for Ligne Roset, debuts the Stendhal wall-mounted secretary desk.

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