Maison&Objet Asia 2015: Highlights after the fair

Hi there!

Maison&Objet Asia 2015 is now over. This is the event that brought together the arst of living and gathered the players of the furniture and design sector. The new trends have been made at Maison&Objet Asia, unveiling new talents, offering new sources of inspiration, promoting creativity and providing a springboard for brand enhancement.

But the best of all – it all happened under the same roof at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.

And you don’t need to be curious any more about what you missed around Singapore these last few days, because here at Home Design Ideas we are sharing with you the first impressions and highlights about the design world unveiled at Maison&Objet Asia.

Shall we?


Tokyo Tribal by Nendo for Industry+maison-objet-asia-2015-highlights-after-the-fair

A highlight of this year’s Maison&Objet Asia, Tokyo Tribal is a furniture collection featuring twenty-five items, including stools, chairs, tables and shelves. Designed exclusively by Nendo for Industry+

Detroit stool by Mapi Milletmaison-objet-asia-2015-highlights-after-the-fair

Gan Rugs has expanded into accessories with the Detroit collection by Mapi Millet. The collection includes foot stools and pillows made from strips of wool felt that intertwine like woven baskets.

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Origami collection by Apaiser and Kelly Hoppenmaison-objet-asia-2015-highlights-after-the-fair

Australian bathware designer and manufacturer Apaiser have teamed up with designer Kelly Hoppen to bring three new collections – Harmony, Bande and Origami.

Covet Louge: Curated Designmaison-objet-asia-2015-highlights-after-the-fair

Covet Lounge is a project where 5 founding European design brands, Boca do LoboDelightFULLBRABBUKOKET and Maison Valentina, have formed a group of designers & specialists aiming to fulfill the void in the design industry. This project consists of a place where designers, architects, press, bloggers and field experts come together for a design celebration. They will take you on a journey where innovation meets comfort and luxury.

Neon tables from Haymannmaison-objet-asia-2015-highlights-after-the-fair

Available in four sizes, Neon is a range of new side tables designed by Sebastian Herkner for Haymann Editions.

The year 2015 also marks an important milestone for Maison&Objet as it celebrated its 20th anniversary in Paris, last January and will launch the first Maison&Objet Americas in Miami Beach, from 12 to 15 of May.


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