Our Guide On What to See at Maison&Objet 2023
French furniture and design fair, Maison&Objet will be opening its doors again from 19th to 23rd January, bringing together the international design, home decor and lifestyle community. As part of TrendBible’s goal to uncover and champion innovation, in the run up to the show, our researchers have spotlighted the brands and designers with radar-worthy work that we recommend visiting at the show.
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We’ll be looking forward to discovering the exhibitors who are part of the Made in France movement, including @florence_lemoine_glass’ high-end blown glass lamps and objects. Subtle and poetic Florence Lemoine’s work is the result of a long process of research around melting glass. Using hot glass crafting techniques each piece is made entirely by hand in her workshop in France. You can find Florence Lemoine at Hall 5A — Stand L2.
Born in Barcelona, Lekkid design products that enhance creative skills so that children can acquire tools and resolve problems innovatively. Their new Magical Lights product allows children to create over 1,000 different lamps. While their ColorADD project is a unique, inclusive and non-discriminative universal language that enables the colourblind to identify colours. Look out for Lekkid Toys at Hall 2 — Stand I83.
Founded in Germany in 2006 Pulpo is a design editor for high-end products in the luxury home sector with a particular focus on ceramics, stone and glass. We’ll be looking forward to visiting their booth which promises to export the Maison&Objet audience into the unique atmosphere of Planet Pulpo and taking a closer look at their Tavolo and Tavolino tables and Flaming Stars ceramic lamps. You can find Pulpo at Signature Hall 7 Stands C103-D104.
Rising Talent Awards – Alvaro Aramburu
The focus for the January Edition Rising Talent Awards at Maison&Objet 2023 spotlights the design talents of Spain. One of which is product designer Alvaro Aramburu whose designs consistently celebrate the many nuances of wood with a respect for nature and a desire to care for forests as a natural resource. His work explores colour, texture and light, resulting in pieces that flaunt unique and surprising finishes. Look out for Alvaro at Hall 6- RTA4.
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