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Selection of the month

Every month, the Intramuros editorial staff reveals 5 products that have caught its attention. For the January spotting, zoom on some pieces spotted during the Maison & Objet show, which took place from January 19 to 23, 2023 at the Parc des Expositions de Villepinte.

Acoustic Sculpture Loudspeaker, Clear

Inspired by the organic shapes and curves of the human ear, the Acoustic Sculpture loudspeaker developed by the Swedish brand Transparent is as clean visually as it is sonically. Its sculptural and organic geometry amplifies sound, creating an immersive listening experience.

Oxford sofa, Sifas

Designer Christophe Pillet has released a particularly elegant outdoor collection with Sifas. He designed the Oxford sofa, a three-seater model that reinterprets a classic archetype with simple, contemporary lines. The Oxford collection is a set composed of a coffee table, two armchairs – one lounge and one dining -, two dining tables, a chair and a three-seater sofa.

I'm not wasted stool, Cédric Breisacher

Selected as a So French Talent at Maison & Objets 2023, Cédric Breisacher presented a project with a strong environmental approach. The latter tells the story of the journey of the wood chip, from the tree to the object, until its reuse. A manifesto object, the stool of the I’m Not a Wasted series integrates the chip from its conception. It has the particularity of being the first zero waste furniture, since it integrates in its form the three states of matter that the life cycle of wood can offer.

Hevea plant holder, Pedrali

The Hevea plant holder, designed by Brazilian designer Victoria Azadinho Bocconi, is intended as a versatile design complement to structure spaces with a plant separation principle. The 15 pots that make up the steel structure can be attached in an intuitive way and can be alternated or arranged in a spiral, as desired.

Bryo Collection, CFOC

The Bryo collection imagined by the designer Guillaume Delvigne for the CFOC honors the lacquer. The French designer has imagined everyday objects made of lacquered wood and natural materials. A collection that contains cups, boxes, mirrors and a lamp.