Best of Maison & Objet 2017: Tableware (Part 1)
Maison & Objet is the major event of the year that gathers the talents of today and tomorrow to create the history of present-time interior design and set the trends for the future. On 20-24 January, 2017 in Paris among its 3,000 exhibitors you could find anything related to the industry of interior design. In the previous articles we have already got acknowledged with the most prominent brands, which represented the furniture and lamps sectors. Now it’s high time to have a look at beautiful tableware.
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Roberto Cavalli Home Luxury Tableware
Golden gleam of table settings introduced by the Italian brand Roberto Cavalli catches your eye straightaway. The effect is just stunning — the ornaments of this luxury are so expressive that would ideally fit in the royal family receptions. Each piece is made from the best materials, such as thin translucent bone china, crystal, silver and other precious metals. Among the novelties for the year 2017 you could find new patterns on the dishes, as well as new designs of knives and candlesticks inspired by golden snakes.
A family company from the suburbs of Milan makes our eyes happy again by its peculiar kitchen stuff: original trays and sharp knives, graters and coasters. But the most memorable exhibit of their booth was a piece of décor resembling a flower and made of three fastened sticks in a glass. Removed from the glass, the “flower” serves as a coaster for hot pans: decorative and functional at the same time.
This pavilion is absolutely getting ready for spring. So many bright colors and greenery are working to give us the happiest emotions. Plain shapes and laconic hues combined with untraditional designs – this is the philosophy that laid the ground for the brand back in 1976 by Yvonne Schubkegel. Now Asa Selection has grown into one of the world’s leading companies in the industry of kitchenware.
Its booth seems to be saying for itself “Made in Germany”. This brand was established 135 years ago, and each of its exhibits is the quintessence of luxury, exclusivity, perfect shape and functionality. It’s designed especially for the most demanding clients. And the hosts of the booth drew special attention of the visitors to the collection of tableware designed by Patricia Urquiola.