Maison et Objet is almost over, yet we still can’t get over some of the best presentations at the stands of the event. So we’ve gathered a list of the top luxury brands at the event right now.
Bessa is a luxury brand known for recovering techniques of craft production applied to unique pieces and does a new design reinterpretation helping to bring back the charm of the piece it’s based on. This is one of the best luxury brands for you if you’re looking for a new charm given to vintage.
This Italian luxury brand succeeds to successfully reinvent porcelain. In their collections, we can see some of the most amazing home accessories made from the best craftsmanship.
Covet House presented their stand with two concepts in mind the Housing Concept (one space for people to look at pieces from its brands), and the Lounge Concept (in order to have closer contact with the visitors, clients, and press).
Specialized in wood craftsmanship, Porada has a team of people coming from several areas who put all their passion into what they do. And who could forget their motto “Everything ‘s born from the love of the wood”? This is a clear reflection of both the brand’s final products and the way they handle their work.
This luxury brand has brought the best of vintage from the 30s and 50s of Paris to the event. In a celebration of mid-century design, Essential Home gave it a more contemporary twist by creating an elegant scenery at its stand.
Lladro was definitely a memorable stand at this year’s event. The stand was conceived by Pierre Favresse (Lladró’s current creative director) who proceeded to give a special highlight on the brand’s latest creations in artistic porcelain. It’s divided in three rooms: the Heritage Room, the Design Room and the Light&Scent Room.
This Portuguese luxury brand had the irreverent idea of introducing the “This is not a Gallery Concept”. In their stand they had two workshop cases put there a homage to skilled artisans and enhance the wonders of craftsmanship as well as to the ancient traditional techniques.
Luxxu was another brand that created a whole luxurious universe at their stand while introducing 10 new products to their collection. The best of luxury lighting and furniture is indeed at that stand!
Pullcast was definitely a brand which gave a very special touch to its stand by showcasing
live the crafts techniques used in their creation process. This goes to show the detail and quality craftsmanship put into jewelry hardware.
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Meridiani brought back the collections first introduced at ISaloni 2018. We highlight elements such as the Harold modular sofa, the Adrian collection (composed of tables), the Nanì armchairs and the Timothy bed, all of whom are a reflection of the brand’s lifestyle.
Maison Valentina had its surprised reserved for both Maison et Objet and IMM Cologne. Not only did they show some of their new bathroom furniture products, but they also presented some new partnerships with other brands such as Couto, Made in Youthland, Sanindusa, Pombo, among others.
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This year’s Maison et Objet was a very special occasion for Nahoor, seen as they celebrated their 10th anniversary. The Italian lighting brand unveiled new collections of lighting such as the lamps Airone, Civetta, Flamingo, Pulcinella, Lucciola and Gull.
Rug Society was another daring brand that created a pinch of mystery and an enigmatic approach to its stand. Also there we new luxurious pieces of tapestry presented at this alternative interpretation of a mainstream stand.
SV Casa definitely came to Maison et Objet to show off its many collections in several categories. This is a brand which is home to several elegant interior design accessories inspired by exotic travel.
This year Circu decided to highlight their novelties of the Cloud Collection, composed by elements such as one bed, one bedside table, one chest of drawers, and even a Vanity Console. This was a dream stand to see both for parents and for children.
Vista Alegre is another good example of a luxury Portuguese brand with a lot of novelties for Maison et Objet. Among their collections seen at the event are the stunning ‘Única’ collection, the ‘Herbariae’ collection in cooperation with Christian Lacroix Maison, the ‘Amzōnia’ collection and a highlight to the striking cabinet ‘Once Upon a Time…’ done in collaboration with Boca do Lobo.