TOM DIXON IS AT M&O AND SO ARE MANY OTHER TOP LIGHTING BRANDS
If you’re attending M&O you already know about all the incredible lighting brands that are showcasing their unique designs across the different halls. One of them is, of course, the Tom Dixon, who is also presenting his new bathroom and spa collection. But we’ll get to that… In the meantime, make sure to keep scrolling and fall in love with these stunning lighting designs.
Bert Frank is at Maison et Objet and it came packing luxury and good taste. Their lighting designs are brimming in hall 7, with a very minimalist and elegant glow. Make sure to pass by and get to know their unique designs.
Serge Mouille is also represented at Maison et Objet – in hall 7 – with various of his world-known pieces. The renowned Araignée lighting design is here, and so are many other of the brand’s pieces, like Petit Totem and Grand Totem.
As you already know, DelightFULL is at Maison & Objet 2017! And their stand should be taking every award home. They’re showcasing their best lighting designs in Hall 7, as well as four of their new pieces: Sinatra Torchiere, Matheny table, Janis table and Basie wall.
Pulpo is a german lighting design brand that, as you can see, creates very minimalist and out of the box lamps. They’re perfect for more scandinavian and contemporary homes and create a very easy going feeling.
Magic Circus is a french lighting design brand. Their inspiration comes from the personal preferences and tastes of the company founder Marie-Lise Féry, art school graduate turned iconoclastic antique dealer. All the pieces feature brass details and oversized bulbs, that create a very modern atmosphere.
And, of course you already know that Tom Dixon is also here at Maison et Objet. In fact, the british designer took the opportunity to present his latest bathroom and spa collection that takes his design creations even further. During his conference ‘Exploring New Territories: A New Found Passion for Bathrooms, Lotions and Potions’, Dixon talked about his new products and explained how and why he was able to put his ideas and olfactive emotions literally inside a bottle.
This new approach came to be as the result of a new founded reflexion on everyday spaces. There are three main collections: London, Royalty and Orientalist. All scents present in the different products came from the designer experiences throughout his life. For example, the Orientalist collection is a comeback to his personal trips across Tunisia and other exotic countries, as well as the people he’s met during these trips.
Tom Dixon mentioned during this talk that we’d always wanted to produce accessories and other products for interior, so this had to be a reality eventually. Luckily they are now available and the lighting designer can now expand his vision and other realities with us in a different and more intimate way. The products come at a very friendly price, with an amazing charcoal soap selling at approximately €26.