Collection by Amanda Dameron

Highlights from Maison & Objet 2015

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Celebrating a 20-year anniversary this year, Maison & Objet 2015, the largest interiors trade show in France, marks the occasion by celebrating the handmade.

Elizabeth Leriche, a designer and stylist, presented a powerful collection of both burgeoning and established artisans...
One of the strongest spaces was that of Copenhagen-based designer Eric Landon, founder of Tortus ceramics studio.
In another area of the Human Made exhibition, South African ceramics designer Louise Gelderblom presented her latest...
Amsterdam-based studio FormaFantasma presented Migration, a needlepoint rug from their collection they created for...
A detail of the intense needlepoint technique, which references both tapestry and embroidered clothing production...
Precious material goods always figure into any interior design-focused show, and there was no dearth of opulence this...
In the rug world, designer Ines de La Fressange has created Marius, a winning 100% cotton design for French floor...
Speaking of fun scale and color, it was great to see Dwell favorite La Chance debut a generously sized booth at Maison...
While we’re on the subject of tracking emerging talents of the design world, we’re always excited to see the latest...
This was a busy show for De La Espada, which launched twenty new pieces from four different design houses, each with...
Design legacy, as guided by children and grandchildren of famous creators, was another theme in development at this...
Another vaunted design name that is getting a fresh look is that of Pierre Paulin, courtesy of Ligne Roset.
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