London-based designer Richard Brendon will deliver his first-ever crystal barware collection to the international community after unveiling at London Design Festival in the summer.
A contemporary cut crystal barware collection, Diamond marks the introduction of new materials into the Richard Brendon collection and the development of a complete tabletop offering. Richard continues to focus on collaborating with the best traditional craftsmen in the world to produce contemporary but timeless objects.
Diamond brings a clean-cut look and feel to lead crystal barware. This has been achieved by designing simple forms which are mouth blown and then hand cut with a tight diamond pattern to the lower third and bottom of each piece. As light passes through the crystal it is brought to life by refractions which create a myriad of colours and glistening sparkles.
Maison & Objet, Paris, which is scheduled to take place from January 22-26, will deliver more than 450 exciting brands. There are a number of changes to the show this edition, including an expanded Scenes d’Interieur and Design a Vivre.
For the first time, the whole of Hall 8 will be given over to Scenes d'Interieur Paris' presentation of the latest collections from major manufacturers and international design companies. Some 50 exhibitors will share this very select setting. In Hall 7, Scenes d'Interieur Gallery will bring together some exceptional creative professionals whose work lies at the crossroads of craftsmanship, art and design.
Now! Design à Vivre sets a new record with more than 250 brands. Sustainability comes into the mix as materials evolve, combine and find unique new uses in beautiful objects and bold, yet functional furniture. More than 250 brands are waiting for you in Hall 7.
For this edition, the Maison & Objet Observatoire takes you off on an adventure! Head for the Forum d'Inspirations in Hall 7 and walk on the wild side with the 'Wild' theme.