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Maison & Objet 2015: brands to follow

Maison & Objet 2015: brands to follow

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Back from the Maison & Objet trade show which took place in early September in Paris, the editorial office has light bulbs on the feet but above all tons of beautiful things in mind. Let's start with a selection of beautiful brands to follow closely…

& Bros

& Bros They are four, three designers and a graphic designer, they are in Helsinki. Since 2011, they have created objects between modernity and playfulness. These lamps from the Compleated range are made of cardboard.

Madam stoltz

Madam Stoltz Madam Stoltz is located halfway between Denmark and India. The fault is Pernille Stoltz and her husband Peter who love to travel so much. The result is a collection of objects that combine pure Scandinavian lines and prints, materials, ethnic beauties.

Jonathan Adler

Joanathan Adler Jonathan Adler or American glamor. Color, beautiful lines, a bit of exuberance and self-mockery.

Louise Roe

Louise Roe The Danish designer Louise Roe founded her company in 2010. She likes to defend an urban, graphic design, which has a story to tell. We love the deep colors of his new collection.

Nomess Copenhagen

Nomess It was in 2007 that Suzanne Potts created Nomess Copenhagen, driven by her quest for organization, simplicity and aesthetics. So all Nomess products are there to make your life easier. From acrylic organizer boxes to the Only One Table, a beautiful and practical folding table.

Polls Potten

Pols Potten A brand that comes straight from the Netherlands combining eccentricity, design and artisanal know-how from around the world.


Atipico Exclusively made in Italy, Atipico defends a design that makes everyday life more beautiful. Their "A table" collection is dazzlingly pure.