Maison et Objet 2018 edition is knocking at the door as this New Year proceeds. It’s one of the major events in the interior design industry that we should definitely follow to keep ahead with future trends. The January edition will take place in Paris, as usual, and it will occur from 19-23.
Boca do Lobo
Boca do Lobo is returning to Paris at Maison et Objet 2018 to broadcast a new expression of the finest home design. Surrounded by haute craftsmanship and art, ten unseen pieces will be revealed at the most coveted apartment. Superb furnishings and A-list of metal details complement the soaring wallpapers in the Art Apartment outfitted by Boca do Lobo at Hall 7 – Stand H2-I1.
Trinity is a unique console that features remarkable detailing and style. Its beautiful lines make it appropriate in any modern home decor and in any room setting. This console table is versatile and can also be used as a valet or entrance piece. It offers you a distinct style and presence with a luxurious soul, are you ready to embrace it?
Brabbu designs reflect an intense way of living an urban lifestyle, telling stories from nature and the world through materials and textures.
Nazca is a tectonic plate located in the southern Pacific Ocean. As a tribute to Mother Earth’s heartbeat, our designers created NAZCA Sideboard with a structure in matte walnut root veneer and a base in vintage brass matte.
Monocles is built entirely out of solid walnut wood, accented by its gold-plated brass front doors that feature a protruding circular design. These circles are then engraved on the back and side of the unit, giving it an extreme character and high-end look.
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Frato Interiors has inherited ancestral expertise, connecting it to a cosmopolitan and contemporary approach. Its new collection is going to be presented at Maison et Objet!
A home collection characterized by a recognizable lifestyle, timeless yet always up to date, able to keep an eye open for trends but with deep roots in the past.
f Abhika’s philosophy: adapting sizes, colors, materials, and finishes, tailoring them to each person’s individual style. Visit them at this year’s edition Maison et Objet.