Sunday, February 5, 2017

Highlights from Maison + Objet

Our friend interior designer Sarah Holland shared some of the highlights from the Maison + Objet interior design trade show: 

Maison + Objet focuses on emerging creativity and design, so we could not wait to share some favorites from the January show in Paris...
Colorful sculptural pieces by Sophia, a Greek contemporary design company.
Eternity Today collection bookends by Sophia
Part of the magic of Maison is combining beauty with everyday objects.
Image from Maison installation
We love these artisan lighting pieces by Czech design manufacturer Brokis.
The Knot collection combines the exquisite hand blown technique Brokis is known for with contrasting natural fiber materials.

Knot Pendants are offered in different glossy transparent and opaline glass finishes.
Experimental design by London-based Giles Miller Studio
‘The Gregorian Series’ installation exhibits framed precision-engineered sculptures that consist of twelve pieces using the materials and light to show the twelve months of the year through each sculpture.
Each piece was created by using several metal components reflecting their surroundings.
It's all about the details with these gold, silver and rose gold sculptures.

A very special thank you to Sophia, Brokis, and the Giles Miller Studio for providing these beautiful images + info for these unique pieces.

For more info please visit their websites:

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