MAISON&OBJET'S WHAT’S NEW? "SHARE"
On the occasion of the September 2018 edition of MAISON&OBJET, “Share”, Elizabeth Leriche’s “What’s New?” space presented her selection of remarkable new tableware. Relive the exhibit on MOM!
LA CERISE SUR LE GÂTEAU
The little extras: pretty anthracite grey and ecru straps and a big side pocket. Get cooking and don’t worry about splashing sauce on your trousers! Made in Portugal
Pack 4 AFTER shooters
Long drink glass in machine pressed glass. This original glass features the shape and raised ribbing of the absinthe glass.
Stool PAUL is made of solid, natural oak. After selecting a suitable tree trunk, it is cut, debarked and dried for an extended period. Being carefully sanded to perfection by hand creates its soft, natural surface. No stool is like the other. PAUL can be used as a side table, nightstand, step ladder, or stool. MAOMI lets produce its natural strong companion in Europe.
Ra by Ann Demeulemeester - Serax
ANN DE MEULEMEESTER - SERAX
The fine plates of Ra rest on a pedestal and literally elevate the food that is served on them. Cups & bowls were given a straight base and follow the same sculptural expression. A tall cake stand completes the collection. The tableware comes in 3 versions: - Off-white silk matte glaze –in a timeless and warm ivory colour - A black matte glaze on the outside with a glossy off-white glaze on the inside - A matte green glaze that offers a green eating environment
L'ATELIER DU VIN
Releasing the aromas of wine! Inhale first the wine in the glass; then swirl your wine in your Exploreur® Oenology glass for a few seconds and then breathe in the difference. As the wine moves against the wall of the glass, the intensity of its aromas increases significantly. With the Aroma line, your experience of the aromas of wines will go from the ordinary to the extraordinary! • the prevalent aromas will become more powerful and more « defined » • the more subtle and complex aromas will be revealed. International patent. French invention. A feat in glass craftsmanship.
Baskets handmade from Sisal by expert weavers from Zimbabwe. They work at their communities and they need many days to make just one, Each basket is unique.
These natural or black coated bamboo and seagrass Shadow baskets fit perfectly into any Eszential reference with a width of 30 cm and a height of 19 cm or 28,5 cm. In contrast to the Eszential iron wire baskets (37056-BLA-S2), they are not transparent and are thus perfect to store underwear, socks, or other items you don't want on display. SHADOW - basket - bamboo - L 31 x W 29,5 x H 18 cm - black or natural - L 31 x W 29,5 x H 27,5 cm - black or natural
Cultery set DUA collection
L'INDOCHINEUR PARIS HANOI
Our cultery collection is carved by hand by the Vietnamese craftsmen who have mastered their art and craft for many generations. Each piece is unique and reveals the exceptional marbling of the natural horn. The shape is longue and geometric, accentuated by a subtil touch of lacquer.
PANIER- CORBEILLE- ALFA- TISSÉ MAIN- SIDI BOUZID
Natural stone decorative items
Handcarved natural stone plates, bowls etc for a more authentic touch on your table, kitchen counter or desk.
AS'ART A SENSE OF CRAFTS
Sisal fruit or storage basket. Handmade in Kenya, Turkana
Lady Anne Black
With its new mat effect black finish, the Lady Anne espresso coffee pot, designed by Lara Caffi, is more stylish than ever. A synthesis of past and future on account of its timeless beauty and original forms, Lady Anne draws inspiration from the refined silver coffee sets of the eighteenth century, revisited according to a functional approach, to make coffee as tradition demands and serve it with elegance. This total black version exalts the clean lines of the truncated cone shaped body in contrast with the sinuosity of the handle, making the coffee pot into a veritable centrepiece.
Mother of pearl tableware for caviar and gastronomy
A complete range of tableware and accessories. Design and processing upon special request
Made in 18/10 stainless steel, based on a trendily modern style, it has roots in the leaf-shaped design of the traditional north Australian tree Cupaniopsis Anacardioides where its organic shape reveals a flawless harmony with the modernism presented in the current international trends of tableware. The current project was the result of a partnership between Herdmar and the Design School of the University of Minho, which aims to promote a more pragmatic and mutually evolving development bringing the academic community closer to national industry.
LINE ECO-RESPONSIBLE steak knives
ECO RESPONSIBLE BY NATURE. Jean Dubost continues his efforts to preserve the environment. After being the first PEFC certified knife maker in 2009, Jean Dubost launches new product lines in harmony with nature and the environment. Preserving resources and giving packaging a second life are at the heart of Jean Dubost's action. Handles made from a bioplastic of plant origin, 100% biodegradable and 100% compostable. 100% recyclable stainless steel blades. A 100% recycled cardboard box, printed with natural inks.