Maison et Objet 2014 is the event that officially kicks of trade show season, and now that is over, it’s time to make a review of the major world design display. From 24 to 28 of January we’re able to see the latest and greatest design products from the world’s top professionals in every facet of home fashion.
Interior Design Shop attended this great event, and there were plenty of new designs that caught our attention, so now we share some of the highlights with you.
Elected Maison et Objet 2014 Designer of The Year 2014, Tom Dixon were the biggest highlight of the design fair, presenting all the visitors with his brand new collection of 50 pieces designed in London and made from natural and semi-precious materials, drawing inspiration from many sources; engineering, physics and nature.
If you’re around London, you can also visit Tom Dixon Shop at Wharf Building, Portobello Dock, 344 Ladbroke Grove.
Studio Dimore earned the Scènes d’Interieur Designer of the Year honor. Behind the Milan studio created in 2005, this curious duo draws on the cultural and historical confrontation of the Vintage Chic style.
In Florence, Italy, their studio is located in Via dei Fossi 41/R, Firenze.
But not only individual designers caught our attention, there were also brands that made a difference, either through the boldness of their innovation or simply by the beauty of their products and stand decoration.
One great example of that was Koket, and like they quote on their own blog, “In order to be irreplaceable, one must always be different”, the difference they really did.
Koket is a brand that inspire and empower women to follow their dreams and desires. Their products are highly desirable empowering statement pieces, following the dramatic & edgy design aesthetic, enticing personality and a strong love affair for life.
BOCA DO LOBO
Boca do Lobo has been elected as a Scènes d’Intérieur Must See Exhibitor for its luxury design, pure exclusivity, and creativity.
At Maison Objet 2014, Boca do Lobo showed to world for the first time two brand new pieces of furniture, Fortuna and Eden Series.
Fortuna is a contemporary dining table based on an elegant composition of scaled brass tubes supporting brass log rings – an allusion to the lifetime of a tree.
Eden Series is three different modular systems of centre tables designed as if they were each one a part of Eden’s tree of knowledge, which gave birth to desire.