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Maison et Objet 2017 is finally arriving and we can’t wait to see what treats the design world have for us this time. We’re taking an exclusive look at design brand BRABBU and what they’ve got in store for us this year. With plans to showcase over 100 pieces, including 8 new pieces to their collection, they will be taking up a 102 metre squared stand. Take a look at some of what they’ve got to offer this year…
For the first time, BRABBU will be displaying all of its four collections individually. As a result, visitors can experience the brand to its fullest. In addition, the brand will be using an avant-garde sample cabinet which will hold their curated selection of finishes and materials. The Product is foreseen as the perfect tool to decorate interior design offices, showrooms or even stores.
The Brand’s stand at Maison et Objet 2017 will also feature a BRABBU Contract showcase in which the best solutions for projects in the hospitality sector will be presented. It also has a Covet House showcase.
We are going to fully reveal a few of the pieces that have never been displaying at Maison et Objet 2017, including the OREAS Sofa, OREAS Single Sofa, SIKA 2 Seat Sofa, DAVIS Armchair, IBIS Bar Chair, CAYO Armchair, CAUCA Rug, and AGRA Bar Table.
Inspired by the Greek God of Mountains, OREAS Sofa honours this natural diversity and its different shapes and tones. This piece is upholstered in cotton velvet.
Fitting SIKA two Seat Sofa in a modern home decor is suiting a blend of strength and elegance, inspired in a deer specie rooted in Japan. The most distinctive features of this glamorous piece are its reddish leather covered by brass tackles as well as the imposing arms and headrest, resembling the deer´s fur and antlers. Due to this, the piece disseminates a statement of wildness and protection.
DAVIS armchair was named after the sea along the coast of East Antarctica, representing its colours and its ripple through the forms that convey the movement.
The IBIS bar chair was inspired by the natural elegance of the beautiful birds to whom the piece was named after, and their slim legs, showcasing all the reﬁnement of velvet in a unique upholstery piece.
This elegant and luxurious armchair by BRABBU was named after the Tunisian Cayo Island, a nature wonder with beautiful landscapes and an impressive green sea.
The traditional artworks from the Cauca culture gave rise to BRABBU’s CAUCA Rug. The geometric pattern on the black & white Tencel rug recalls the sharp artwork of the Cauca culture and aims to bring strength and esprit to any living room set.
AGRA is the modest setting of one of the most famous and celebrated monuments in the world, the Taj Mahal. This bar table is an impressive display of craftsmanship and elegance. The delicate work of robust white stone softens the imposing structure whereas the touches of brass reﬂect golden warm tones to the polished surface.