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MAISON AND OBJET JAN. 2020: THE AXT HIGHLIGHTS

The 2020 Maison and Objet January’s edition particularly focused on the desires and expectations of an “engaged generation” that has grown up in a world of crises affecting the economy, the environment, identities and migration. With sustainability as another factor that tops the new generation priority list, this group also flies the flag for exchanging items and buying second hand, turning upcycling into a veritable lifestyle.

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Forest Fever Forest Fever highlights our intimate, primordial, powerful ties to the botanical world in its immense diversity and its fragility, too. Tableware takes part in this movement, with rustic ceramics and wood essences that evoke an authentically natural  and reassuring spirit.

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Stone Age

The mythology of our origins nourishes a radical, primitive, brutalist aesthetic universe, echoed in a lifestyle in a search of authenticity and the pure, raw energy of when it all began. With their rough surfaces and organic shapes, containers reflect all the different faucet of mineral strata eroded by the ages and worn down by repeated use: oxidation, cracks, sedimentary deposit and carbonlike blackness…

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Water

Les Antilles tables by designer @julienlagueste: tabletop made with 5 layers of transparent resin mixed with pigments. Base in birch plywood finished with matte varnish.

Composition Murale by Artist Anne De La Forge. The artist uses “jeweller” enamels – traditionally used in jewellery pieces – as a mean of artistic expression by vitrifying them on much larger copper surfaces.

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Maison and Objet Paris - Interior trends

Unique handmade lamps and accessories made with natural materials such as brass and wood. Each piece is a stunning work of art. Creativ_light @maisonetobjet Hall 5A — Stand Q116 / R115

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What’s Hot in 2020: Earthy Tones+Natural Materials.
It’s all about dulled-down shades that blend in nature, creating a calm, comfortable interior.
@sits_furniture’ comfy range of upholstered sofas, chairs, corner sofas and more are the perfect solution to create this look!

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What’s Hot in 2020: Earthy Tones + Lunar chic: be inspired by space travel with moon-themed furniture and homewares.
The Lunar pendant by @wouddesign
is an elegant combination of soft light and sleek black metal inspired by the night sky.