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Joe Colombo reissued by Karakter

Joe Colombo’s Square System is the result of a partnership between Karakter and Maison et Objet to reintroduces it. Reflecting Colombo’s belief in democratic and functional design, the system consists of various elements and modules that can be combined almost infinitely.

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The Hai Lounge Chair by Luca Nichetto

HEM: Fab.com + One Nordic

We had the chance to meet the people from HEM on the occasion of the launch of the brand at the last Maison&Objet in Paris. Hem is a collaboration between online retailer Fab.com and Finnish design company One Nordic.

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Basil side tables by Arthur Leitner

Basil side tables by Arthur Leitner

Basil is a set of side tables launched by La Petite Friture during Maison & Objet fair last week. The tables designd by Arthur Leitner use the natural qualities of cork.
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Flag Cabinet by Outofstock

Design collective Outofstock has created a sideboard inspired by nautical iconography for Danish furniture brand Bolia. The cabinet has a suspended and closable cupboard within an open display box.

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Insulaire by Numéro 111

Insulaire by Numéro111

Insulaire by Numéro111

Numéro 111 has presented a collection named Insulaire as part of the VIA Furnishing Programme at Maison & Objet 2014. The idea is to conceive the living room as an island, a ‘space inside space’ where furniture plays a structuring role and creates varied experiences of comfort and use.

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Bernard Schottlander Mantis Lamps

Mantis Lamps by Bernard Schottlander for Lampe Gras

Mainly a sculptor, Bernard Schottlander designed a series of steel lamps called Mantis in 1951. The lamps are reissued by French company DCW éditions ( also behind the reissue of the famous Lampe Gras), and are presented at the Salon Maison & Objet this month. Influenced by the mid-century abstract sculptures of Alexander Calder and Henry Moore, German-born and UK-based Schottlander created this subtle series of lamps in the style of Serge Mouille and Gino Sarfatti.

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