DIGITAL FAIR: AD France's picks
The editors at AD France have selected their favorite new products spotted at the Maison&Objet Digital Fair!
Petits Signes is a line of decorative accessories perfectly adapted to the home and office, characterized by linear forms, simply textured and elegant. This collection of ceramics stands out for its surprising texture, making these objects and everyday signs that compose it unique and fascinating: goblets, artificial flowers, vase, empty-pocket, set of squares ... Transposed to the world of the office, they enchant the places, bring a dose of fantasy and smile.
With a playful design and an inflated appearance, Soufflé mirror borrows the French expression for ‘blown’ to name itself, emphasising its more evident and distinctive feature. A frame by the puffy and light appearance of a balloon hides inside a wooden structure and contains the arch-shaped surface of the full-length mirror. The tubular fixture, while guaranteeing a variable support point, both on the wall and on the ground, it allows the mirror to assume the ideal position, to adapt accordingly to the environment.
AddAddROUND LOLA RUG
Pop style and geometry hold hands in Lola, a hand tufted rug full of personality dinamism, in which the design plays with the conjugation of straight lines and the round shape of the rug. Made with New Zealend wool and linen, the bold colors from Pop style contrast with the Mid Century brown and grey, in an interesting conjugation of styles.
Asmara defines itself as a modular sofa in stretch, with concave shapes that voluptuously embrace the shape of the bodies in a human conception of aesthetics. Decomposed into several elements, the Asmara composition can be constantly rearranged. The seat consists of five separate modules: convex, concave, small backrest, large backrest, semicircular table. The most common composition consists of two convex elements, 6 concave elements, 3 small folders and 1 large folder. It makes it possible to carry out an islet or a “classic” implantation.
AddAddEMA Teapots and Jugs Black Sandstone
ANNE KRIEG, CERAMISTE
My work focuses on the darkness and texture of sandstone. Curves, thiness of walls and asymmetry are aimed at the functionality of the object: its capacity, lightness and flow from the beak. The EMA dinner service is contemporary and refined. The pitcher is available in 3 sizes 400 ml, 1250 ml and 3500 ml. The teapot is available in 2 sizes 1200 ml and 1700ml. Bowls, cups and cups are also available. It is made to be used and enjoyed every day. The stoneware tableware is designed, designed and cooked in my studio in Toulouse.
AddAddHalo by Maarten De Ceulaer
‘The project started by experimenting with thick blocks of solid glass and LED’s’, De Ceulaer explains. ‘Glass has an interesting optic quality: light rays travel through it invisibly’. To emphasize this phenomenon, De Ceulaer sandblasted the rounded edges of the thick glass parts. The result is staggeringly beautiful. Only the rounded edge lights up, creating a beautiful glowing halo that seems to float in space.
AddAddEquinoxe (Equinox) - Serving plate
Large hand-painted ceramic double serving plate. Clay Mabe by Atelier Buffile. Its double basin shape echoes the perfect division of time. This fleeting and wonderful time of the year when the day and the night last the exact same length of time. It is also a three-coloured plate which tells the tale of the day and the night and of their encounter. 2019
AddAddMENSA TEALIGHT HOLDER
For OouMM, designer Margaux Keller imagined “Mensa”, a series of candlesticks with a clear line and familiar line. Both oblong and Gironde, these two silhouettes carved in marble mark the beginning of a promising collaboration between Ooumm and the Marseille designer. Dimensions: 205 x 127 x H. 235 mm 205 x 127 x H 265 cm Marbles: Portoro, Paonazzo
AddAddSoho and Tribeca Bookend
The Soho and Tribeca Bookend is made of hand cut crystal and is a delicate combination of function and art.