Maison et Objet Paris is a place where design burst at every corner. Design manufactures take their latest products and show to the interior design world, why handmade is worthy. At this Maison et Objet 2017 edition, that will take place from the 20th to the 24th of January, 8 incredible handmade products were picked and presented. They represent the talent and the innovative technics that design manufactures use to bring to life the most wonderful and desirable products on the design world.
See also: BEST EXHIBITORS AT MAISON ET OBJET 2017
Manuka Side Table by BRABBU
MANUKA Side Table, an exquisite piece that resembles a glorious beehive. Its matte brass structure and bronze glass base make it the perfect fit for a modern interior design. Create a bold ambiance by adding this exclusive handmade piece to your home decor. See how it is made here.
Bermondsey Stool by Simon Hasan
Vegetable tanned leather seat moulded and suspended on a frame with steel legs. Available in a variety of finishes and heights.
Marco Polo Glassware by Van Verre
Marco Polo glass follows the route of the famous explorer. The Italian design has travelled to East Asia where in Chinese Ateliers the glowing glass is mouthblown into handmade moulds and shaped into sturdy colourful glasses and bowls.
Turtle and hare by Valerie Courtet
Turtle and hare by Valerie Courtet.
Dancing handles by Th Manufacture
Set of hand made ceramic vases inspired from the traditionnal craft from Yemen and Palestine. Available in tall and small sizes, black matt finish or white porcelain biscuit.
Table Linen by Weissfee
Lace is a sensual experience, a desirable fabric that stands the test of centuries. What makes the weissfee collection so exceptional is the mixture of the traditional and the modern, of extravagance and naturalness. Many years of practice, enthusiasm and a passion for the craft of embroidery form the basis of our creations.
Shetland bags and coverlets by Libeco Home
Shetland bags and coverlets by Libeco Home.
Expand Bowl by SKLO
SkLO expand bowls are organically shaped bowls that highlight their handmade origins and the craft of glassblowing. Slightly off-center, the bowls sit on slightly narrow feet that are ground and polished smooth and flat.
Source: Maison et Objet.
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