MAISON&OBJET ASIA 2016 overview

The third session of MAISON&OBJET ASIA showed how on-point the move to reposition the show was. A look at the numbers.

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Valérie Lebrun: between strength and fragility

This French ceramic and visual artist’s creations are instilled with gracefulness and force; they embody a new outlook on the luxury object.

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Benoît Noury’s baroque enchantments

This French jeweller creates precious rings inspired by his rich imaginary world, finding in its nature-inspired, baroque atmosphere the means to transform rare stones into objects of beauty.

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Atelier Vierkant enters the museum

Sixteen of the Belgian company’s clay pebbles were chosen by the National Gallery Singapore to divide up the new museum’s interior, a new undertaking that has allowed Atelier Vierkant to consolidate its position in South East Asia

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André Fu’s six favourite places in Asia

For architect André Fu, M&O ASIA's Designer of the Year, one prestigious project follows another. He is now launching his own brand, André Fu Living, and a fragrance, Fargesia. This connoisseur of Asia gives us the low down on some top addresses.

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Supermama

The gallery shop founded in 2011 by Edwin and Mei Ling Low continues its development in Singapore. After opening a branch in Singapore Art Museum, the designer couple brings us the sum result of the original Supermama experience in its new flagship

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Heike

The Chinese interior design and design firm explores the colour black and Brutalist architecture in a rather disconcerting fashion store. The 200 m² monochromatic space combines triangular and cylindrical volumes in a clever juxtaposition of differen

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Cova

After Beijing three months ago, the renowned Milanese pastry and confectionery shop continues to expand by opening a café and gift shop in Taipei. Located at the heart of Breeze, a luxurious shopping centre, the venue combines a pastry shop

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Noma Australia

The star Scandinavian chef René Redzepi is opening an ephemeral Australian branch of his famous Danish restaurant, Noma. Located in Sydney, for ten weeks the address will give pride of place to the country’s top products

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