Highlights from Paris Design Week Winter 2018

Highlights from Paris Design Week Winter 2018

The winter edition of Paris Design Week kicked off with a busy Maison et Objet programme at Parc d’Exposition, alongside its textiles’ sister show in town - Deco Off - and various previews at galleries in town. Patterns and textured surfaces were popular this season with an abundance of wicker, grids and perforations standing out in many new products. Amongst the flurry of launches, the tableware offering was smaller this year in comparison to the glassware and lighting which truly stole the show...


The Turkish rug brand commissioned Juan Montoya to create a series of designs for their launch at the fair. Titled ‘Moonlight’, the collection draws inspiration from the sky and the infinite quality of circles

Maison Dada

Art director Thomas Dariel launched a handful of designs for the brand including this ‘Dali Davina’ table lamp that is an ode to the designer’s daughter (named after Salvador Dali)

Martha Sturdy

Adding a splash of colour to dreary Paris was Martha Sturdy’s new ‘Prime’ collection. The Canadian designer told Wallpaper* that the primary hues were chosen as an ode to childhood, and it certainly offered a refreshing timeless colour statement that was distinct from the trends

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