Maison et Objet 2012: Ceramic Feeld by Benjamin Graindorge

French designer Benjamin Graindorge has presented the desk accessory Ceramic Feeld during Maison et Objet in Paris that runs the last day today. Ceramic Feeld will be produced by Moustache and is a topographical study that has resulted in this glazed organic object. Read more: Benjamin Graindorge Read more: Moustache

Plissé by Hay

Danish design label Hay recently launched the Pliseeé Collection in Paris at Maison et Objet 2012. The collection consist of a range of colourful accordion-pleated document wallets to get yourself organized. Called Plissè, meaning ‘pleated’, the designs include a black cover with an insert of black gridlines on white paper, or grey covers with graduated fluorescent … Continue reading

Cartoccio Series by Paola Paronetto

Italian ceramist Paola Paronetto has expanded her Paper Clay series of objects with new editions Oro, Corteccia, Lisci and Colore. Cartoccio is a series of ceramic objects with a corrugated paper-like surface. Paronetto now widens the original collection by adding new surfaces and finishes, reflecting her love for detail. Colore offers two harmonious chromatic scales: vivid colours … Continue reading

Graduation and Cube Airvases by Torafu Architects

Japanese studio Torafu Architects present two new versions of their paper containers that can be stretched into bowls or vases for French brand Ligne Roset at this year’s Maison et Objet. The Gradation and Cube patterns are printed on both sides of the paper disks, which are cut so the user can simply pull them into the desired shape. The … Continue reading

Mesh & Cage Lights by Arik Levy for Forestier

Mesh Lights Cage Lights Mesh Lights is a series of table and floor lamps consisting of fine metal mesh baskets with lights inside is just one collection of many by Arik Levy for Forestier to be shown at Maison & Objet 2012. Another series is the Cage Lights – a much more simple version of the Mesh Lights. 2012 … Continue reading