Collection by Ali Morris

Highlights from Maison & Objet Fall 2012

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Last week, Dwell visited this year’s fall edition of the design and interiors trade show Maison & Objet. The exhibitors booths are spread over nine huge, design-filled halls at Paris’s Parc d’Exposition. There, visitors can expect to find everything from furniture to lighting to home fragrances. Unlike January's Maison & Objet, the September show boasts a dedicated outdoor furniture section showcasing products for the coming spring and summer seasons. The sun was shining and the design aficionados were out in force as we set off, camera in hand, to seek out the best new products.

Making their usual colorful appearance at the show was Finnish textile brand Marimekko, who displayed rhombus-shaped...
French ceramic studio Atelier Polyhedre showcased a series of angular terra-cotta vessels appropriately called Zag,...
We first saw the Plan vases by Barcelona-based designer Sebastien Cordoleani for Moustache at the January edition of...
Named after the ring that appears around the sun during a total solar eclipse, the wall-mounted Halo lamps by Nina...
One of our favorite ranges from the outdoor section was Organic by Thai brand Plato.
Donna Wilson continues the expansion of her housewares line for British brand SCP with these new Fort trays.
It’s hard to get us excited about cleaning products, but Andrée Jardin has managed it. Showing for the first time at...
Made with a wooden clamp and a surprisingly squeezable silicone shade, the flexible Softclamp lamp by Italian brand...
Color Box, by Danish design brand Normann Copenhagen, is a range of folded steel storage compartments that can be hung...
One to watch is Taiwanese tableware brand Toast, who presented some clever, double-wall porcelain coffee cups with...
Representing Iceland was Ihanna Home founded by Icelandic designer Ingibjörg Hanna.
It was great to see designs by homegrown, American design talents Fort Standard and Bec Brittain gracing the SCP stand.
Swiss brand Zak!Designs used recycled melamine to make a range of unexpectedly modern, nesting bowls for the kitchen...
London design studio Zuzunaga partnered with Spanish textile brand Texidors to introduce a new collection called Time...
Zuzunaga also introduced the pixel-inspired Bitmap collection.
These precarious-looking shelves by Damien Gernay were a new introduction for Parisian brand ENO.
Italian brand Skitsch was already thinking ahead to next year’s Salone del Mobile as they previewed Critter, a movable,...
Already previewed in Milan earlier this year, we love the mid-century feel of Jaime Hayon’s new chair for Danish brand...
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