Zuzunaga at Maison & Objet, September 2012
The second 2012 edition of Maison & Objet took two design extremes: angular forms and digitally-inspired prints versus an exaggeratedly natural, handmade aesthetic.
Dusty Diamonds by AEO at Maison & Objet, September 2012
Faceted: Geometrics inspire both print and three-dimensional form, in a trend spearheaded by Tom Dixon's Etch Web light (one of the stars of Milan Fuori Salone 2012) and now taken up by planters, decorative accessories, furniture and lighting.
Les Guimards at Maison & Objet, September 2012
Dipped: This simple method of applying colour and texture to a surface continues to inspire designers and consumers alike, used mainly on hand-crafted products - or to give a hand-crafted effect.
Christiane Perrochon at Maison & Objet, September 2012
Green: Every shade of green, from spearmint to apple and teal, is in evidence at this season's show, in line with a greater consumer desire to incorporate aspects of nature into the home. The colour is often worked tonally, incorporating shades of mustard or navy for contrast.
Arcade at Maison & Objet, September 2012
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