Bed collection by Inga Sempé for Ligne Roset
1. Inga Sempé, the reigning queen of elegant and contemporary French design, has expanded her line of Ruché sofas for Ligne Roset to include beds. The decidedly feminine collection is defined by a simple beechwood structure that’s draped with a quilted, mattress-like padding.
Toni Grilo’s Bibendum chair for Riluc of Portugal
Franco-Portuguese Toni Grilo
’s limited-edition stainless steel Bibendum chair is part of the collection of the newly formed Portugese brand Riluc.
New from Moustache of Paris
No one really needs
fuzzy blue coat hangers, but we’re glad Big-Game Design
has created these beauties for Moustache. The Parisian company is also showing off François Azambourg
’sPetite Gigue, a three-legged oak chair.
Mesh coffee mugs by Matali Crasset for Domestic
Domestic unveils dozens of fun and novel home accessories, including coat hangers, clocks, mirrors, wall stickers, and Mesh coffee cups (shown) designed by Matali Crasset
, the former protégé of Phillippe Starck.
Hay’s latest rug and bedding collections
Denmark’s Hay always has exciting new launches at M&O. This year’s coup is a series of carpets and bed linens by award-winning design duo Scholten & Baijings,
who mix soft pastels tones with bright fluorescent colours.
Lovely Table by Brad Ascalan for Ligne Roset
. Also for Ligne Roset, N.Y. designer Brad Ascalon
launches Lovey Table, a simple side table whose lean and efficient form – inspired by the current economic climate – uses a minimal quantity of raw materials.
Lee Kirkbride’s dining table for SCP is made of solid ash
. London’s modern furniture retailer SCP is known for its high-quality products that are beautiful and built to last. Lee Kirkbride
‘sPelutho low table is made from solid ash, and its unique inward leaning legs and semi-circular end joints give the table unbeatable strength without looking bottom heavy.
Fruit bowl by Shigeru Ban
When Objects Work is a personal fave. The Belgian firm often works with architects to create magnificent home decor objects like glass vases and dinner trays. This fruit bowl, created by architect extraordinaire Shigeru Ban
, was launched two years ago – so it’s not brand new, but its elegance and quality is typical of WOW’s incredible inventory.
Maison&Objet runs January 21 to 25 at Paris’s Nord Villepinte.