Maison & Objet, Paris
Each Maison&Objet edition open its doors to an exposition halfway between the world of furniture and creativity. Inside the pavilions of the fair you discover original design solutions where each visitor finds inspiration and can find ideas to customize the furnishings of each project.
Booth F128 – G127
The protagonists of our space will be the Pippi collections, winner of Good Design Award 2019, Lea, Clessidra, Calla and Marcopolo.
Pippi collection, desdign Roberto Paoli
Launched at the 2019 Salone del Mobile in Milan, the Pippi collection, designed by architect Roberto Paoli, recently won the prestigious Good Design Award 2019.
Pippi is a collection composed of chair, chair with armrests, stool and lounge. All versions are covered with matt painted or steel feet.
Pippi finds application as a kitchen chair or restaurant chair, counter stool and waiting chair.
Its retrò design hides a clever construction technique: Pippi is in fact covered with a sort of stocking in bielastic and lightly padded fabric.
Lea collection, design Paolo Vernier
The Lea collection is an elegant touch of class for your home.
Designed by Paolo Vernier, Lea exists in the chair, armchair and stool version. Lea's applications range from domestic to professional catering. The personalization is maximum choosing between the infinite combinations of fabric, leather, faux leather and matt and glossy metals.
On the occasion of Maison & Objet, the Lea collection will be displayed in the armchair version combined with the extendable table Marcopolo.
Clessidra table, design Paolo Vernier
The Clessidra table was born from the idea of representing the idea of time spent at a table right at the object that allows the guests to exist: the table.
This is how Clessidra was born: an original round design table available with wooden or crystal-ceramic top and base in wood or steel.
At Maison & Objet, Clessidra will be exhibited in the elegant version with a black metal base and a cristalceramic top made of noir desir marble.
Calla collecton, design Fabrizio Batoni.
Designer Fabrizio Batoni used plastic to make the fluid look of the Calla collection - which embraces the body of the user. The collection consists of the chair and armchair version with armrests available in plastic with a material shades that enhances the design.
The shells can be equipped with a removable cushion in leather, fabric or faux leather, or the shell can be completely upholstered. Personalization becomes absolute thanks to the combination with a good range of wooden or steel bases.
Marcopolo table, design Paolo Vernier.
The solemn design of the Marcopolo table is proposed in the new rectangular version 160 x 100 cm (63 x 39,4 in) which can be extended up to 250 cm (98,4 in). In addition to the new shape, the Marcopolo extendable table is now enriched with new finishes that enhance its materiality: like the Venetian cristalceramic top.