MAISON & OBJET: WHAT’S NEW? DECOR
To analyse the latest arrivals in terms of decoration, Elizabeth Leriche has organised her MAISON & OBJET “WHAT's NEW?” space into 3 contrasting atmospheres. Minimal Brutalist is natural and minimal, Luxury Graphic is luxurious and dramatic, whereas colourful Ethnic Arty combines different cultures. Each has its key materials and asserts its own unique style.
AddAddTipi accent table
Tipi is a nomadic side table, playful and precise. Its lightness and comfortable handle allow you to bring it along your daily moves. As a bedside table, an accent table, nearby a sofa or on a terrace, Tipi suits well in private homes as well as more public spaces. Tipi is concretely useful.
AddAddSCALA TABLES & CONSOLES
This line of leather covered furniture and objects were inspired by the “stacked” form often seen at the base of some buildings in Italy, as well as the famous heel of Salvatore Ferragamo. This selection of stools, nightstands and sideboards have an identical recurring pattern, superimposed and highlighted by deliberately thick legs, giving a delicate graphic line. Now, with a change in perspective, the same shapes and proportions become centerpieces, boxes, lanterns and vases. Wallpaper* Design Award 2018 Winner
MAPOESIE - PARIS
Home 2023 100% Recycled polyester 170 x 240 cm
AddAddOriginal shamanic mask
ETHIC & TROPIC CORINNE BALLY
Handmade by the indigenous women of Central America, these masks have their origin in shamanic rituals. Corinne Bally, who discovered this craft more than nine years ago, has perfected it by working closely with the women of the indigenous tribes. Made in the same way as for the rituals, with the same materials and within the tropical jungle, these masks preserve the magical spirit of the spirits from which they derive their origin. These art objects made in the heart of the jungle are a source of income for these isolated villages.