Maison&Objet Asia Welcomes International Design to Southeast Asia

By dekka

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From March 10 – 13, 2015MAISON&OBJET Asia will bring the best of Asia’s lifestyle and design communities together for its new international annual trade event for brands looking to expand to high-growth markets in the Asia-Pacific region. More widely known for its show in Paris, Maison&Objet continues to expand its success across the globe and into Southeast Asia’s most fashionable city: Singapore. The show has already attracted an incredible number of premiere design journalists, retailers, and exhibitors from around the globe. Held in conjunction with Singapore Design Week, the show will shine a spotlight on Asian design on an international platform.

During the three-day show, a number of distinguished members of the design community will present at the event’s Interior Design & Lifestyle SUMMIT, including 2014 ‘Designer of the Year’ partners Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu of Neri and Hu Design. Additional keynotes include Gabriel Chiave, creative director at Marcel Wanders, and Patrick Chia, designer and director of the Design Incubation Center at the National University of Singapore. Different panels, discussions, stories, presentations, and lectures will enrich the visitor experience and complement the stellar exhibitor list.

So what’s in store at M&O Asia? A LOT! But here’s a shortlist of some of our favorite ceramic and porcelain companies that are showing their trendsetting product lines (Stand F46 / H45):

Fioranese Clip

 Ceramica Fioranese “Urban Wood”: Made to look like reclaimed wood, this porcelain stoneware tile collection has the shabby chic feel of rustic wood while maintaining a modern composition of recycled materials.

Rondine Clip

Rondine “ICON”:  Industrial yet soft, the look of concrete stone slabs adds a modern and sleek feel to spaces both commercial and residential.  Available in a large hexagonal shape, this tile gives an understated element of design to any room.

SIMAS

SIMAS “Degradé”: Designed by Terri Pecora, Degradé is a ‘70s-style inspired line that exhibits soft angles, slim edges, and a trapezium form, to “downsize” sanitaryware and create a sense of space in a bathroom.

MIPA

MIPA “Puerto Rico”: This collection embraces the colors and decorative motifs of Puerto Rico – a rich culture that draws from ancient world influences – with a distinctly Caribbean color palette.

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