A very small selection of stupendous products from Paris
Ah, Paris. We never get tired of Paris.
The whirlwind of Paris Design Week spread from the Marais all the way to Maison & Objet in the suburb of Villepinte. We ran from stand to stand at Maison & Objet and from exhibition to exhibition in the city to find a selection of products that we love. Of course, our list is not limited to ten! Petite Friture, Collection Particulière and 157+173 designers also stole our hearts.
Spotted at Galérie Joseph Musée Picasso, the LED technology of this flexible brass lamp can be twisted, strung or simply placed.
If we could, we’d simply put a photo of Hartô’s entire fall collection, but when pressed to pick, we love this colorful carpet. It’s thick, gorgeous and makes us feel like we’re swimming in the sea.
A portable, wireless ceramic speaker with a magnetic, changeable speaker cover and leather handle. We love it.
Known more for the geometric patterns of their home accessories, Danish design brand Ferm Living launches into furniture with four marble tables. The basic circle table top and triangle base stay perfectly consistent with the company’s DNA.
Established cabinet makers Line Art and burgeoning young design studio La Fonction collaborated to create La Cabine. A multifunctional piece that easily adapts to small spaces, La Cabine is a washroom when open and an elegant armoire when closed. In person, it is actually quite compact and offers a distinguished storage solution for those living in an apartment-cum-closet.
Photos can’t do justice to the Narcisse chair by Nocod Studio. Designed by the studio’s founders, husband and wife duo Baptiste Dosne and Florent Tartar, the chair is a study in resonance. The mirror-coated brass not only changes with daylight reflections, it also gains a unique patina with age.
The series Another Rug was (somewhat ironically) designed by Danish studio All The Way To Paris and presented at Maison & Objet by &tradition.
This collection of wooden birds from Danish designer Sigurjón Pálsson add a new design icon to Normann Copenhagen’s collection.
This wire table lamp from Italian designer Giulia Agnoletto for Eno Studio comes in a plethora of variations. We want one of each.
Exhibited as part of the ‘Ensemble’ exhibition at Gallery S. Bensimon, the Circle Chair by Paris-based Pool Studio becomes three dimensional only from the side.