BRABBU shares a concept where the goal is to bring fierceness, strength, and power into an urban lifestyle, and passes on a unique experience in every piece designed and crafted. For 2020, they presented, at Maison et Objet 2020, new materials, colors, and textures that will bring up an Intense Way of Living. Having that in mind, the brand revealed at Maison Et Objet 2020 products with new finishes, new materials inspired in Nature, and curtains in a fabric made from recycled plastic from bottles. Join Paris Design Agenda and discover BRABBU’s new collection that definitely will bring nature into your home decor.
The Lowlands of Scotland are called Lallans, also designating the integration, blending, and the combination of some Scots dialects. LALLAN Rectangular center Table combines four different materials and finishes as pallisander veneer, black lacquer, polished brass, and antique brass. All these components cross and integrate harmoniously, despite their asymmetry, to create LALLAN.
Often called the “Land of Castles”, Wales has some of the most impressive monuments of the Middle Ages. WALES Bench pays tribute to the country’s history. Upholstered in cotton velvet and with a footer in brushed aged brass matte, this bench brings elegance to any room it is in.
The allure of Mexico’s Giant Crystal Cave was the inspiration for NAICCA Plafonier, representing the legend of crystal origins. The structure in glossy aged brass and the Quartz crystal diffuser merge together to brighten any home decor, filling the room with a strong and peaceful atmosphere.
Agra is the modest setting of one of the most famous monuments in the world, Taj Mahal, also known as the marble mausoleum. Just like it, AGRA Coffee Table is an impressive display of craftsmanship and elegance. Made of Estremoz Marble and with polished brass details, this round coffee table is the perfect addition to complete a dining room, and it also elegant enough to have in a bedroom to serve as a breakfast table.