Best of Maison & Objet 2017: Lamps
During five winter days, on 20-24 January, 2017, Paris hosted one of the greatest and most significant interior design trade fairs of the world - Maison & Objet 2017. It gathered the most beautiful designs of furnishing, lighting, home décor and textile and invited the most popular and promising brands of the world. We have already overviewed the most interesting exhibits of the furniture industry and now would like to show you the best of Maison & Objet lighting design.
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You will never find such an original and decorative lighting design elsewhere – this Portuguese brand is truly the best of a kind in the world. Using amazing manual labor, it twists steel, brass and even silver into genuinely unique, naturalistic and organic shapes. The key principle is the focus on accents – and it works. This year the brand introduced three new collections: Folio (leaves and branches), Corall (multicolored drops on the branches) and Geyser (amazing beauty right at the entrance).
Ralph Lauren Lighting Collection
Gorgeous lamps designed by the famous American producer will always find its admirers. Huge crowds of people were discussing the gracefulness and elegance of each model. Maison & Objet pavilion featured a few models from the newest collections: wall lamps, a lamp with a black shade and a huge chandelier.
Aerin and Ralph Lauren brands shared one pavilion. The thing is that both brands are American and they both draw inspiration from luxurious lifestyle of their founder. Aerin Lauder accumulates the best of the world of beauty and introduces gorgeous collections of fashionable home accessories. Here you can find an entire range of emotions, including passion for art, entertainment and travelling.
This Spanish brand’s lamps are as incredible as their furniture: bright and quiet at the same time.
We already discussed what’s new for the furniture market this company had. Now let’s have a closer look at its lamp designs.
Sans Souci Bohemian Works
Now we take you to Czech Republic. This glass is meant for decorating the interiors of castles, palaces, presidents’ residences, hotels, yachts and trade malls. It takes one look to remember these gorgeous and visually light designs forever.
Since its establishment this young German brand was determined by concepts of simplicity and elegancy. And though we’re used to seeing it as a manufacturer of tableware, this year Hering Berlin decided to surprise everyone with its own lamp design.