Collection by Jaime Gillin

Maison & Objet: Part 3

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Welcome to my third and final installment of highlights from Maison & Objet 2011. You can find the first two here and here. This one is a chunky, motley assortment of LED lights, furnishings, and a fleet of sexy chairs. Enjoy!

One of my favorite discoveries on day two at Maison & Objet was ALKI, a French company that produces its furniture at a…
In a similar vein, the Meta chair by designer Samuel Accoceberry is wrapped tightly in wool. It's also stackable.
Here's an office set-up in the ALKI booth. Pictured are the Landa desk, the Laia chair, and a couple Landa storage and…
I loved the playful display at the Skitsch booth. I wonder how these designers feel about being immortalized in…
Also at Skitsch: these angular seats with built-in metal handles, great for outdoor or indoor use. They're made from a…
Particularly eye-catching were these squishy ball-filled nets, a new take on a beanbag chair from Florence Jaffrain.
I'm not sure how practical these Corian side tables/nightstands by Zanotta are (wouldn't things slip right off the…
Premiering at the fair was this right-side-up telephone by Jasper Morrison, in collaboration with the new Swiss brand…
I was quite smitten with two new chairs at Kristalia. This is the Pulp by Christophe Pillet. With its monochrome…
This is the Elephant by Neuland Industrie Design, with new wooden and swivel bases.
&Costa offered a fleet of LED floor lights and sculptural wall sconces.
To be frank, I wasn't crazy about the lights at Catellani & Smith, but I did think the shadows and light patterns cast…
This is another LED light, this time a desktop version from Martinelli Luce.
This fold-down desk and storage unit, from Busso, seems ideal for a small space. Busso is a former frame company with a…
Paris design company Moustache had but one new offering on view: this cute clock, with a yellow panel that swings back…
I was excited to learn about L'Edito, a newish company that uses crowd-funding to develop and produce furniture made of…
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