MAISON & OBJET : WHAT'S NEW? Living
At the WHAT’S NEW? spaces within the MAISON & OBJET fair, the latest trends come to life through the subtle, inspiring, and diverse selection of new products by our trend analysts. Confronted with stereotypical mass decoration trends, François Bernard showcases something that stands apart. Living highlights the importance of artistic influences as a way of creating elegance and uniqueness. Some good inspiration while waiting for the January 2020 fair.
Merino woolen Throws and Cushions
Fall/winter 2019 collection consists of light and warm throws made from a soft merino wool mix. The throw measure apron 130x170 cm and have fringes around.
GRETA - Table Lamp
Oak table lamp finished in satin varnish. Linen lampshade and natural leather handle. SIZES Ø 20cm Ø 26cm Ø 33cm BULBS 100 W E 27 SHADE linen
BAUHAUS PLAYING CARDS
This standard playing card deck is an homage paid to the famous Bauhaus art school opened in Weimar (Germany) in 1919 and a celebration of its 100th anniversary. To mark the centenary of the many facets movement, the Parisian graphic studio Cheeri played with colors and shapes of the Bauhaus.
With Niny Spot, Jacques Biny worked on how to concentrate a beam of light on a speific surface. The Biny Spot used a unique rotating joint that can turn 330° around and 88° backwards and forwards. There are two finishes available for the base - black and nickel - and three for the covers - black, nickel and brass. Distributed either with or without its own snitch, the Biny Spot is a developed re-edition and comes with either its own integrated LED or with a seperate dimmable LED (not supplied).
Polished steel with a back and gold patina.all. The central illumination highlights the folds and shapes of the sculpture. The contrast between the the spaces and the solid form, between the dark surface and the gold edges, and the play on balance and counterbalance make this sculpture so unique. This is an original, hand-made sculpture, designed and created in my workshop in France.
Blanket Geométric Woven Leather
ELISA ATHENIENSE HOME
This beautiful blanket is another unique piece handmade woven with an exclusive soft leather made in Brazil. The details and design of the woven give a special and sophisticated look to the pieces that complement beautifully sofas, chaise longue, and beds. Variations of colors and sizes are available.
Chest table pyra 60
ATELIER ENTRE TERRES
The « Pyra » table is ideal for every room in the home. In the living room but also in the bathroom. It can be used to collect laundry, to sit on and is also for practical storage. There are several dimensions and we can make-to-measure. The chest table has a black stoneware base and a wooden lid. The imprints or engravings along with the grain or smoothness of the wood give a harmonious contrasted finition. Each article is handmade with natural materials. It can be used outside as it is frost resistant.
Each of these mouthblown decanters – and the complementary whisky tumbler – has an architectural silhouette inspired by iconic Brutalist landmarks around the world. The simple geometric forms highlight the quality and clarity of the handmade glass, making them ideal for the modern bar.
Julie Centerpiece Trays
Italian leather and solid Swedish brass. Made in Sweden.
KIDS decoration, rugs, cushions, storage and ludic objects - Handmade in felt
Our ludic & poetic items will delight friends and family. Whimsical and fun, unexpected gift everyone will enjoy. Our cushions will bring a nomad touch to the home. Our small and large “calabash” tubs have organic lines and provide storage solutions you’ll want to show off. Use them in many different rooms: child’s bedroom, lounge, bathroom, etc. All our products are handcrafted in Nepal from felted wool, a naturally renewable material. Each model is available in an array of sizes and colors.
The shape, the lines, the colors, no wonder she’s the most populair kid in school. Handmade & mouthblown glass vase, weighs 8.5 KG. Pure Magic this one.
Very old glazed cups
THE SILK ROAD COLLECTION
Very old, small black ceramic glazed cups with a wide base/foot. At the bottom they start small, but they're spherically shaped towards the top. Most probably these cups were used to burn incense, for ancestor worshipping, or other rituals. Origin: Shanxi province, China Date: c1850
Galet low chair
Handmade in Tunis, Tunisia Designed by Tinja
The Reader armchair
Home for you and your favourite book - The Reader armchair from UMAGE The Reader armchair has been designed as a place for letting your body sink into and relax. The armchair’s special curved shell is inspired by traditional Danish crafting techniques and helps to reduce surrounding noise, offering a place of shelter and reflection. With its light form and bold organic curves, The Reader is a standout design piece in any setting and just right for enjoying a good book or engaging conversation.
Bench "Numéro 7"
STUDIO SOL LECCIA
Chainsaw carved oak bench, EPDM foam, steel legs and skin. A composition with pure and timeless lines. Dimensions and finishes to measure. Small series