May 19, 2015

Maison&Objet Americas Gets Its Close-Up

Global Trends Presents a Sampling of Glamorous Details

  • Black and white and shades of gray at M&O Americas
  • Pattern and texture at M&O Americas
  • Textures galore at M&O Americas
 

Photography by Rod Ruiz

Audra Burch of The Miami Herald declared that Maison&Objet Americas held “thoughtfully curated compositions of opulent goods” in her article for the Home & Garden section of the paper last week. Writing for Ocean Drive magazine, Jean Nayar, called it a “must-see event for design cognoscenti around the globe”; and the Curbed Miami site featured a retrospective of the creatively expressive booths in its Adventures in Interior Design section titled “French Interior Design Exhibition Maison&Objet Does Miami.

”The editors of Global Trends thought we’d give fine design its close-up, this “fifteen minutes” a macro peek at how chic trending texture has become. We hope you enjoy the survey!

Dittozi at M&O Americas

Believe it or not, this is a close-up of a rug brought to M&O by Ditozzi Design Rugs & Carpet.

Ethnicraft at M&O Americas

Proving texture can reach back or forward, Ethnicraft was showing a distressed piece the Belgian company brought to M&O.

Coleccion Alexandra at M&O Americas

Colección Alexandra had some sophisticated examples of texture in their booth at M&O.

La Murrina at M&O Americas

Blossoming forth at M&O was this chandelier by La Murrina.

Oscar Ono Paris at M&O Americas

Is it wood flooring or wall paneling brought to M&O by Oscar Ono Paris? Regardless which, you can be it’s innovative!

Interni Edition at M&O Americas

This serious sizzle of color was brought to M&O by Interni Edition.

Ercole Home at M&O Americas

The astute splatter of Ercole Home’s Mystic Galaxy finish on the Milano Four-Door Buffet was a standout in their booth at M&O.

David Pompa at M&O Americas

If you’re thinking a light fixture with this much personality must have been brought to M&O by David Pompa, you’d be spot on!

Antique Parquet at M&O Americas

This is not your grandmother’s flooring brought to M&O by Antique Parquet!

Sahrai Milano at M&O Americas

This is one cat you’ll think twice about stepping on (one of the gorgeous carpets brought to M&O by Sahrai Milano).

Ode 1647 from Niba Home

The writhing arms of this Ode 1647 chandelier, brought to M&O by Niba Home, is a Jacco Maris beauty we happen to distribute in North America!

Sempre at M&O Americas

Belgian brand Sempre had the edge on texture in their M&O booth.

Gan at M&O Americas

A stitch in time forms a textural tapestry at M&O in the Gan space.

Lealpell leather at M&O Americas

Italian brand Lealpell turned up the style on leather with the products it brought to M&O.

Black-and-white patterns by Maison Montaigne

Proving that opinions about sophistication may just be black and white is Paris-based Maison Montaigne in its décor products brought to M&O.

Let us know if you have a favorite tantalizing texture we featured from this brand-new Maison&Objet, which has twice yearly produced some of the foremost European design events in Paris and recently debuted in Asia, will you? You can also read about the fair’s Designer of the Year, Zanini de Zanine, in this blog post we put up last week highlighting the French organizer’s choice of this Brazilian design visionary. If you’re a fan of design superstar Philippe Starck, be sure to watch this video organizers played during de Zanine’s award ceremony.

Be sure to follow us on social media, as we have some terrific images and exchanges from our recent escapades to the NYCxDesign fairs on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. We spotted the Anglepoise desk lamp, which we’ve covered in-depth, at ICFF (as well as the Ceramic Tiles of Italy gang from Bologna); listened to Dwell editor-and-chief Amanda Dameron interview British design superstar Tom Dixon at designjunction, where we bumped into our pals at Dezeen; heard Pamela Jaccarino, the editor-in-chief of Luxe Magazine, lead several panels discussing important topics relating to design; said hello to a visionary in philanthropy we’ve featured before, Pepe Heykoop; took a tour of all five design fairs (WantedDesign, Collective Design and Sight Unseen, as well as the others  mentioned previously); and blabbed about the other happenings that make NYC the world design capital during May each year. We love running with such fast company!

 

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