Revenue du salon Maison&Objet, voici une petite sélection design. 

2. Nomess

Back from Maison&Objet showroom, here are my biggest crushes.

With both Fien Muller and Hannes Van Severen being artists, it’s natural that the collection sits somewhere between design and art – it’s obviously ‘furniture’ but the emphasis is not completely concentrated on function and suggests different ways of living and use of space… an uncanny twist on universal forms.

Nomess Copenhagen was founded in 2007 by Suzanne Potts, due to her own demand for organising, simplicity and aesthetic indulgence.
All products are designed for the single purpose of making everyday life easier. For Nomess the functionality in organising objects can’t stand alone - it simply needs aesthetics to function. Those two qualities are the foundation of Nomess Copenhagen - and the vision.

Incipit (the beginning in Latin) is a Milan-based creative lab and business whose aim is to nurture young talent, share skills and business acumen, and promote young designers. The company, founded in late 2013 by Roberto Hoz and Marta Bernstein, made its debut during the Milan Design Week 2014 at Ventura Lambrate.
Every Incipit object is made strictly by Italian manufacturers and local artisans, using natural materials like marble, ceramic and metal, glass and wood