Maison et Objet 2020: Be In Awe of the Most Dramatic Lighting Designs ⇒ Contemplate a cluster of exquisite lighting designs that surely turned a few heads at Maison et Objet Paris
Universally known as the ultimate design and lifestyle trade show, Maison et Objet has commenced in full force and it is certainly the place to be for every design enthusiast and professional alike. Over the last few days, the event has promoted and exhibited a series of outstanding designs courtesy of renowned luxury brands and designers from all over the world. Today, the Modern Chandeliers blogs will focus solely on the dramatic chandeliers as well as sculptural lighting that has been seen throughout the Parisian event, so be prepared to be inspired!
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The following design powerhouses certainly brought their A-game to the international fair as they exhibited some of the most exciting and unique lighting designs one will ever see.
The Waterfall sputnik suspension by LUXXU is one of the main highlights of Hall 8 when it comes to lighting. Made with high-quality brass and beautifully handmade ribbed tubes of crystal glass, this powerful creation will fit perfectly into any ambiance.
The Monkey lamps by Seletti have a strong theatrical impact where art, design, and nature all come together beautifully to give a scenography touch to any interior or outdoor setting.
Lladró’s Nightbloom was inspired by natural flower petals. The bouquet features 3D-relief parts all of which are different and were sculpted by hand. The light that comes from the petals accentuates surface details creating the perfect balance between light and shade.
Inspired by the namesake island where one of the most lighthouses stood in ancient Alexandria, Pharo by LUXXU is an exceptionally curated piece made of gold-plated brass and crystal glass. All in all, it is a beacon of light to rupture the darkness.
In Boca do Lobo’s stand, one can find the Newton chandelier, a unique handcrafted piece that reflects the best of Portuguese metalwork
Introducing a more mid-century modern flair to Maison et Objet, the Carter suspension by DelightFull is handmade in polished brass and matte white and features six arms that cast soft lighting.
In a collaboration with Masquespacio, Houtique’s Wink lights bring a playful character to the Parisian trade show. Fringes and gold details grant a delicate yet exuberant nature to these lighting fixtures.
Eno Studio took minimalism to new standards and provided a play of gravity with its Cime pendants. These glass lighting pieces highlight simple shapes and brushed brass accents.
LUXXU’s Empire snooker suspension highlights a rectangular form further enhanced by a combination of gold-plated brass and vintage-inspired crystal glass.
Images credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion
Michael Anastassiades, this year’s designer of the year, showcased a wonderfull installation of his mobile chandeliers. These lights were propelled by motors in order to make them move as if they were planets.
The Globe sky ceiling lights by Cinna certainly create a smooth effect. Its white shades are made of rotomolded sandblasted polythene.
Brokis showcases the stately Knot pendant lights in a series of sizes and shapes. Natural fiber and blown glass become the perfect match in this striking lighting design.
Featuring a structure in matte black lacquered brass and shades in matte brass, the Horus suspension by Brabbu is a modern reference for those who want to bring fierceness to their home.
Bert Frank displayed an incredible lighting installation that certainly turned a few heads. Inside the brand’s stand, you will also get to see numerous other lighting designs specific for certain divisions.
Guadarte brought all the drama and flair by presenting a series of sculptural lighting designs from its Century Collection, best characterized by geometric lines and contemporary style.
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