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Interior High Notes: Residential wonders in Atlanta, Whistler, Milan and more in Karno.in.ua's September 2019 issue!

Best bets at Maison&Objet 01
Stitch by Akiko Kuwahata for Danish Crafts

1 Stitch Table and Stool by

Akiko Kuwahata used a traditional Japanese stitching technique to create her lightweight table-and-stool set aptly called Stitch. The production process involves steam-bending the veneer and then stitching it together with heavy, coloured wax string.

Best bets at Maison&Objet 02
Soft seating from Segis

2 Flores seating by

The Italian manufacturer presents this sumptuous, low-slung collection of upholstered lounge seating. Created by Baroli Design, the subtly rounded amoeba-shaped benches, in polyurethane foam, feature backrests that can be rearranged for maximum comfort.

Best bets at Maison&Objet 03
New rocker from Innermost

3 Aviva rocking chair by

Innermost’s Aviva, a triangular rocking chair by Jarrod Lim, a young designer born in Melbourne and based in Singapore, is available in black, tan or beige, with woven synthetic webbing or with a leather seat.

Best bets at Maison&Objet 04
Part of a new collection launched by Gaia&Gino

4 Glass collection for

This fall, the Turkish glass company is introducing new pieces by some of world’s leading designers, including David Adjaye, Arik Levy, Karim Rashid, Defne Koz, Harry Allen and Constantin Boym.

Best bets at Maison&Objet 05
Henri Mazelier’s debut collection for Cédric Ragot

5 Kitchen knives by

French designer Henri Mazelier’s debut collection for Cédric Ragot was inspired by the traditional Aveyron knife of southwestern France.

Best bets at Maison&Objet 06
Dusty Diamonds by Anna Elzer Oscarson

6 Dusty Diamond ceramics by

The Swedish designer handcrafts these stoneware faceted bowls and vases. As intricate as her designs, the making process often involves up to 10 different handground moulds for a single spherical vessel.

Best bets at Maison&Objet 07
Fresh Paint! by Atypyk

7 Fresh Paint! by

These ceramic bowls depict pint-sized painters harnessed to the lip of the bowl. They come in a set of four.

Best bets at Maison&Objet 08
New pieces for Artecnica

8 Lighting and mobile by

Stockholm designer Clara Von Zweigbergk launches Mono, an addition to her ongoing Themis Mobile collection of 12-sided geometric shapes. Also from Artecnica is Kiss (left), a 10-inch lightshade manufactured in an industrial glass-making factory that utilizes an assortment of ancient glass-crafting techniques, such as pressed glass, blown glass and mirrorizing finishes.

Maison&Objet takes place at Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre until September 11.

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