Partager l'article

The three designers to remember at Maison & Objet

The great French design fair was finally held in Paris Nord Villepinte from March 23 to 28. Here are the four designers and houses that were not to be missed this year.

– Goodmoods

As a magazine, brand, and consulting agency, Goodmoods has chosen to embrace the theme of the “Renewal of Luxury” event by installing “So Home Hotel” in the heart of the show. On the program, the best of this year’s exhibitors, interspersed with the brand’s deliciously postmodern pieces.

– The Rising Talents

Chosen this year by Kengo Kuma, the talents of tomorrow of the discipline honored by Maison & Objet came from Japan. Creative people with a variety of skills, ranging from paper work to textile design, including glass blowing. For 2022, the show has inaugurated a new prize in this section, the Rising Talent Awards Craft, rewarding, for its first edition, the ceramist Toru Kurokawa.

– The Otto collection by Studio Jean-Marc Gady for Noma Editions

With a focus on eco-design, this tableware collection is 97.5% recycled material, including silicastone, made from ceramic waste. The fruit bowl, cheeseboard, tray, and candle holder have a pop and mischievous look, dressed in colors reminiscent of terrazzo.

Lisa Agostini