12 Product Standouts From Maison & Objet 2018

Martha Sturdy's Prime Collection is made from nonporous resin with a concealed metal contruction.

Targa sofa and chair designed by GamFratesi for GTV, updated with brass detailing and a new wood combination.

CC-Tapis had some of the show's most Instagrammed rugs—Cartesio designed by Elena Salmistrato and Rotazioni designed by Patricia Urquiola. Photography by Andrea Bartoluccio.

Maison Dada’s playful Lost In Translation bookcase with movable magnetic elements by Thomas Dariel.

The Origin pendant by Martin Lukacka for Sans Souci was inspired by the shape of a shell.

Mingardo Be-Lieve cupboard designed by Lorenza Bozzoli. Photography by Matteo Imbriani.

Ligne Roset's Paipai armchair and stool designed by LucidiPevere.

Wrap glass accessories in new opaque colors by SkLO.

Pulpo's Heron floor lamp designed by Hermann August Weizenegger.

Petite Friture presented the Jetlag Wallpaper by Lisa Laubreaux.

Pigment France by Giogbagnara showed us how to make a beautiful statement of our coffee machines. Pixie and Zenius are original Nespresso machines wrapped in waterproof and scratch-resistant leather.

Wink pendant by Houtique. Reminiscent of a winking eye, the collaboration with Masquespacio Studio brings the 1970’s to the future with fringes and gold.