April 1, 2019

Nine Designers Share Their Latest Products at Maison & Objet

For this spring’s market feature, we highlight nine designers and eight of their products from Maison & Objet 2019.

Read more: Maison & Objet’s January 2019 Edition Highlights Warmer Palettes and Raw Textures

Designer: Eugeni Quitllet for Vondom

Product: Brooklyn

Standout: The fiberglass-reinforced polypropylene armchair, available in four neutral-cool colors, channels the intricate lines of New York’s Brooklyn Bridge.

Designers: Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci for Illulian

Product: Costellazioni 3

Standout: The Dimorestudio founders indulge their love of lush, retro hues in a limited-edition wool-silk rug featuring pointed geometries that recall origami.

Designer: Philippe Malouin for SCP

Product: Barrel

Standout: A highlight of the designer’s four-piece collection—his second for the maker—the table sports circular bases clad in white oak slats, a clever nod to wine or whiskey barrels.

Designer: Pauline Deltour of Ames

Product: Cana

Standout: The disc-shape seat of the French designer’s petite stool is hand-braided from arrow cane, a bamboo-like tropical plant cultivated in northern Colombia.

Designer: Arik Levy for Forestier

Product: Bamboo

Standout: In the pulley-pendant and lantern variants of the industrial designer’s cage light, two-tone bamboo strips cast delicate shadows.

Designer: Pierre Charpin for Ligne Roset

Product: Astair

Standout: This comfort-driven armchair with pocket-sprung suspension, headrest, and footstool riffs on Franco Albini’s Tre Pezzi chair from 1959.

Designer: Patrick Jouin for Pedrali

Product: Elliot

Standout: An elegant tripartite leg and a top that flips up for easy stowage distinguish the Interior Design Hall of Fame member’s powder-coated aluminum side table.

Designer: Mae Engelgeer for CC-Tapis

Product: Bliss Big Blue

Standout: Warm and cool, circular and oblong collide in the Dutch textile designer’s rug, hand-knotted in Nepal of Himalayan wool and silk.

> See more from the Spring Homes 2019 issue

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