Collection by Kelsey Keith

Latest from Maison&Objet 2014


Dwell editors arrived at Maison&Objet in Paris on Friday to survey the scene. We met with British designer Bethan Gray, said hello to Inga Sempé and Ronan Bourellec at the Ligne Roset showroom in Saint Germain, and broke bread with the Muuto team at a new restaurant, Manger, in the 10th arrondissement. Of particular interest at the show were interior designers of the year Dimore Studio, as well as a selection of Young Turkish designers in Hall 7. Stay tuned for more updates, including an interview with Maison&Objet Now! designer of the year, Philippe Nigro.

We just arrived in Paris to cover Maison&Objet. Stay tuned for dispatches from the furniture and design fair!
At the restaurant Manger, 811 chairs by Ton (aka Thonet before 1953) outfit the dining area.
Close-up of Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec's Ploum sofa.
Glasitalia: Tiny cities made of glasses? A coffee table?
Bethan Gray is a materials mastermind. Striated quartzite top table with routed patterning along the edge.
Maison&Objet's Talents a la Carte exhibition showcases the work of six young designers from Turkey.
Umut Demriel also exhibited in the Talents a la Carte exhibition.
Even the hallways are decorated: neon colors at Maison&Objet.