Designer of the year MAISON&OBJET September 2018 Ramy Fischler reveals his selection of favourites products!
Diamond is a contemporary cut crystal barware collection that marks the introduction of new materials into the RB collection and the development of a complete tabletop offering. Diamond brings a clean-cut look and feel to lead crystal barware. This has been achieved by designing simple forms which are mouth blown and then hand cut with a tight diamond pattern to the lower third and bottom of each piece. As light passes through the crystal it is brought to life by refractions which create a myriad of colours and glistening sparkles.
Fragrance diffuser and flower vase. The asymmetric shape gives room to a new use. The natural and the artificial are apparently separated, but connected by a call for composition. An ikebana. Denis Guidone takes inspiration from the Japanese culture. The material is borosilicate glass, worked by hand.
The universal drinking glass that’s made for any occasion, informal or spectacular. It’s stackable, making it the ultimate space-saver. A soft shape, combined with a clarity in form, gives Lempi glass a straightforward look and feel.
T-GLASS 61 CL PINOT NOIR
TABLE PASSION - BASTIDE
Tirer le meilleur parti de chaque verre tout en profitant des avantages d'un design moderne.
Metro glass tile
In 2018, the world largest metro station, Châtelet – Les Halles, got a facelift and coverdits wall with a silver river of glass. Becoming the new icon of the Parisian underground, this curved wall tile provides rythme and smartness to any place. Its padded style combined with its depth and its high end coating reflects a enveloping and changing light for a chic and contemporary look. Designed along with the architects Patrick Berger andJacques Anziutti, this new glass metro tile re-invents glass transparency through sleek and colorful lines that creates a unique light vibrancy.
FCK by Frédérick Gautier
By combining water, clay and sand, man was able to invent mortar, cement and concrete. These elements of our daily life and our homes, stem from the unprocessed material. Made from cement stoneware or earthenware, these “La T” teapots, called “Concrete Teapots,” are a tribute to architecture and the materials that have enabled humanity to survive. Concrete refers to the rough appearance of those materials invented by man and to the nostalgia of times spent in those interiors with which they are decked out.