With it’s ending, Maison et Objet 2019 showed us how great of a trade show it is. The amazing brands, products and stands proved once again why this is one of the most renowed events in the whole world.
Nobody captures the spirit of Italian elegance quite like Roberto Cavalli. Its bold prints, captivating silhouettes and enchanting adornments, the much-loved label is instinctively appealing to the glamour girl. Roberto Cavalli established himself as the go-to designer for party pieces in the 1970s, offering extravagant designs season after season.
BRABBU has shown over and over the years its main secret for success: craftsmanship. The pieces reflects an intense way of living, fierceness, strength, and power into an urban lifestyle. Above all BRABBU is proud to offer a diverse range of products, from furniture, casegoods and upholstery to lighting, rugs, art and accessories that have the power to tell stories about the cultures of the world.
Boca do Lobo is one of the portuguese brands able to offer upscale interior design. Surrounded by haute craftsmanship and art, the luxury brand presents some stunning new pieces at Maison et Objet 2019.
Since its start in 1964, Seletti focuses on design projects and on creative characteristic Italian excellence. The collections containing art blended with daily life icons, send a message of shape and function, conveying to its customers a vision for a unique, personal and fun lifestyle.
Patrick Oude Groeniger created Silk-Ka over 25 years ago. Having a strong passion for fowers, since he grew up in his father’s florist store, the Dutch artist continued his father love for the craft. His main inspiration comes from silk, that is also his biggest passion.
Coleccion Alexandra is a young, dynamic and family-run company that designs and manufactures exquisite and handcrafted furniture, leading the way in high-end design throughout the world. Redefining interiors by juxtaposing classically inspired pieces aside sleek modernist textiles. Coleccion Alexandra is now considered a trustworthy supplier by international architects, decorators, and interior designers, who look not only for unique furniture pieces, but also for decorative items, home textiles and lighting.
The Spanish GUADARTE started in 1980 in Seville. The brand has been growing their range in the last 39 years: from furniture to wrought iron, lighting, upholstery, paintings, mosaics and glass, to name a few. Their art and craft makes them one of the most prestigious brands when it comes to high end decoration.
Founded in 1824, the Vista Alegre Porcelain Factory was the first industrial unit dedicated to producing porcelain in Portugal. The persistence of its founder, José Ferreira Pinto Basto, was instrumental to the launch and success of this daring enterprise. Nowadays, Vista Alegre is more than a mere industrial unit. It is also part of the Portuguese heritage, boasting buildings of undeniable architectural interest, and a repository of social and artistic memories essential to the building of a Portuguese identity.
Maison Valentina presents fresh and luxurious bathroom solutions.There are also displayed marvelous dressing tables to inspire the ladies for its own beauty moments, mirrors that turn the bathroom into a sanctuary and delicate bathroom stools produced with the finest materials like brass and blue velvet.
Circu was built under a dream to allow children to dream and to live their fantasies in their own magical world. Its stunning hand-crafted and hand-tailored pieces are made in Portugal with the finest materials, combined with a lot of passion.