Top Products and Brands at Maison et Objet 2019: As always the event to go to when you are on the hunt for inspiration for your new, or old, project. Recognising this thirst for innovation and to bring order to the chaos, BRABBU and Rug’Society have chosen these products so you can share our intense way of living with the fierceness and resilience the urban jungle demands.
The lifestyle show brings together a comprehensive product offering – decoration, furniture, lighting, accessories, textiles and so on. At the same time, different styles coexist in a multifaceted way, throughout an inventive and functional approach which enlivens the spaces. This extraordinary diversity is in line with the wide expectations of the markets on an international scale
Located at HALL 7, STAND C8 – D7, Covet House is a brand that offers a curated selection of contemporary designs from the world’s top furniture, lighting and accessory brands. Together with BRABBU, they are taking over this year’s MAISON ET OBJET theme: The Workspace. Have a sneak peek of what will be displayed:
Reading is FUNDAMENTAL, and so we start by showing the Lanka Bookcase. This bookcase is inspired in a traditional method practised in Sri Lanka, the stilt fishing, now disappearing. The vertical poles embedded into the seafloor are the main reference for the structure of LANKA: in matte black lacquer, it supports the main body covered in matte palisander wood veneer, and with matte brass details. This bookshelf is an elegant choice for any room in a residential or hotel project.
The Lallan Centre Table is not only ideal to set a book down when you are taking a break but also to have that special cup of tea or coffee on a cold winter day. The Lowlands of Scotland are called Lallans, also designating the integration, blending, and the combination of some Scots dialects. LALLAN centre table combines four different materials and finishes as pallisander veneer, black lacquer, polished brass and antique brass. All these components cross and integrate harmoniously, despite their asymmetry, to create LALLAN.
The Luray Side Table is the perfect table to have next to a sofa. The Luray Caverns in Shenandoah Valley is well-known for its unique beauty. The delicate LURAY Side Table is a tribute to the stalactites. Featuring a structure in aged brass and tabletops in glossy palisander veneer and bronze glass, this modern side table is sure to impress.
Feel the fierce and intense Mayan civilisation every time you come home by sitting in this armchair. The Maya civilisation had maize as one of the primary elements of their culture. Personified as a woman, Maya’s Maize God was the inspiration behind MAYA Upholstered Chair. With legs in matte aged brass, this velvet accent chair has the sensual and delicate forms of the goddess, making it the perfect seating solution for an elegant living room set.
Sika is a deer specimen rooted in Japan whose strength and elegance inspired SIKA Wingback Chair. The most distinctive features of this wing chair are the button detailing on the inner back, the nailhead trim and the brass details of the arms. That’s why SIKA high-back chair fits a strong living room set.
With origins in France, the House of Bourbon was a dynasty known for its class and luxury. BOURBON Dining Chair embodies this opulence through its button-tufted inner back, rich cotton velvet and ash with walnut stain legs. This fabric chair makes up any refined dining room design.
Cyrus was the brave Persian king who conquered Babylonia. CYRUS Table Light was inspired by the freedom and the vast culture of the Persian civilisation. Made of gold plated brass, this exquisite table lamp casts a soft golden glow, giving a twist to any modern interior designed home.
Apollo, in Greek mythology, is considered the god of youth and light, primarily identified as a solar divinity, one of the most eclectic divinities of Greco-Roman mythology. The strength of this God is a remarkable feature from where Apollo was born: a strong, powerful, and 100% handmade product that transforms the comfort and beauty of your project.
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