Brands to Watch at Maison & Objet Asia

Next week, from 10th to 13th of March, Singapore gets ready for the 2015 Edition of Maison&Objet Asia.

It is an annual event for the home, decoration and design that will take place in the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, a strategic hub for the Asian region. The Maison&Objet Asia offer to its visitors an unparalleled chance to have access to the exclusive areas of New Luxury design. This design show will be marked by creativity and sophistication like its partner, Maison&Objet Paris.

Home decor Ideas has searched for some of the exhibitors and we give you a top 10 selection of the best interior design brands that will be adding some luxurious atmosphere to this fair.

ARS TELA from Latvia

Brands to Watch at Maison & Objet Asia

Ars Tela is a designer and producer of Latvian contemporary industrial textiles since 2003.Its team of Latvian designers and weavers create textiles for home exceptionally on hand looms made of linen alone or in combination with silk, cashmere, amber thread, alpaca, merino etc., gaining outstanding textures. Designers choose to work with the scale of colours from the Latvian nature.

Karimoku Furniture Inc. from Japan

Brands to Watch at Maison & Objet Asia

According to the brand’s words “Yesterday and tomorrow are always reflected in today’s world.”

Nanoleaf from Hong Kong

Brands to Watch at Maison & Objet Asia

Nanoleaf is a green technology start-up with a mission to create a more sustainable future. A family of fun, creative, passionate thinkers and doers, we are committed to developing products that promote and encourage a more sustainable lifestyle. With a unique combination of our expertise in energy efficient technology, and our keen eye for design, we offer some of the most memorable, creative and desirable products to make a difference for the planet we love.

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SCHEMA from Philippines

Brands to Watch at Maison & Objet Asia

Home furnishings that give character and life to every home or space.

Covet Lounge from Portugal

Brands to Watch at Maison & Objet Asia

COVET LOUNGE is a project where 5 founding European design brands, Boca do Lobo, DelightFULL,BRABBU,KOKET and Maison Valentina, have formed a group of designers & specialists that aim to fulfill the void in the design industry. This project consists of a place where designers, architects, press, bloggers and field experts come together for a design celebration. We will take you on a journey where innovation meets comfort and luxury.

Kerrie Brown from Australia

Brands to Watch at Maison & Objet Asia

Introducing a new wild child – Kerrie Brown, Designer! After a glittering career as a set decorator on acclaimed international films, Academy Award nominee Kerrie Brown formed her own Design Studio, producing a wide range of highly original and sophisticated soft furnishings. Her bold vision & cheeky sense of fun are evident – enjoy her exotic upholstery fabrics, stylish wallpaper, colourful cushions & lampshades suitable for both commercial & domestic markets.

Nanimarquina from Spain

Brands to Watch at Maison & Objet Asia

Founded in 1987 in Barcelona, nanimarquina is a brand passionate about design, rugs and traditional craftsmanship that plays with shapes, colors, textures, knots…creating excitement with every single design.

Lava East from Singapore

Brands to Watch at Maison & Objet Asia

The LAVA EAST collection of lifestyle furnishings showcases contemporary design using natural materials, including: wood, metal, glass, ceramics and stone. Our designers and artisans offer a complete range of bespoke design, from concept to delivery for tables, seating, wall tiles and art objects.

Borzalino from Italy

Brands to Watch at Maison & Objet Asia

BORZALINO is a family-run company founded in 1976, an atelier that manufactures sofas and armchairs, handmade by our masters, with patience and endless care for the details, to ensure our customers with tailor-made creations featuring unique charm.

Zhang Zhoujie from China

Brands to Watch at Maison & Objet Asia

Zhang Zhoujie studied at the China Academy of Art and Central Saint Matins College of Art and Design.

His key work is based on ‘Spontaneity’ and pays respect to the logic of mathematics and the law of the digital environment. He believes that his role as a designer is to be ‘Actionless’, to interfere as little as possible. In his work, he blends Chinese traditional art perspectives, western design methodology, digital engineering and handmade craftsmanship into a single project.