Eleni Petaloti and Leonidas Trampoukis (Objects of Common Interest)
Eleni Petaloti and Leonidas Trampoukis founded Objects of Common Interest with a focus on creating still life installations and experiential environments and objects, demonstrating a fixation with materiality, concept, and tangible spatial experiences. Discover their selection of products!
Coppola is a modern handmade rug with an irregular and dynamic composition pattern that moves like a whirlwind. Being hand-tufted, it is made by punching strands of tencel into a canvas. Its circular shape accentuates the visual effect on it, providing depth to your living room decoration.
THE POTS COMPANY
In collaboration with the University of Ferrara this project of wall / planter has been realized with two modules that can be combined in various ways in order to give the planter each time a different shape.
STUDIO RO SMIT
Table linen Looking for a product for decorating a table he chose linen. He found this in a traditional weaving mill in Lithuania. Ecologically friendly, because what is good for the earth is good for people.
The return of Rococo brings to the table the splendor of the French Courts and enriches the modern table layout with a touch of irony. The signs of that grandeur, when lushness and glitter reigned, comes into day-to-day life, in a style fully revisited according to a contemporary approach. The cutlery in knIndustrie ‘700 collection draws inspiration from Rococo tableware. Volutes, ornaments, decorative elements that bring to mind the shapes of shells and leaves are proposed as stylized motifs.
We took a journey to synthesize the past and current of pop culture and ended up creating the Mind-Pop series. Surprising designs popped-up at unexpected times – thus the name Mind-Pop! The patterns and forms used in these series have never been tried in hand-made enamelware before… Each one of the items are made using dipping and brush spattering techniques to bring the lively colors on to your tables. In this collection we also introduce “sahan” cooking pans, large salad bowls and sauce pots.
Météore is a kid table to play or draw. It perfectly matches the grande vitesse chair.
Home linen and bedlinen, 100% cotton, hand-spun, hand-woven and hand-dyed in West Africa.
TENSIRA MADE IN AFRICA
All our home linen is in 100% cotton, hand-spun, hand-woven and hand-dyed in our workshops in West Africa. Discover all our Fall-winter 2018 collection at Maison&Objet ! Tensira proposes a new cushion shape, the round cushion filled with Kapok. This season Tensira unveils its bed linen range, all in 100% hand-spun, hand-dyed and handwoven West African cotton. The range is delicately tinted with timeless and soothing colors such as soft gray and more contemporary stripes or tie and dye. The bed linen is double sided finished with a hidden button closer.