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The Rising Talents of Maison&Objet Asia

by Sophie Cullen on Feb 12, 2016 in Products
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The New Old Vase by KIMU (Image courtesy of Maison&Objet ASIA)

The New Old Vase by KIMU (Image courtesy of Maison&Objet ASIA)

A selection of up-and-coming designers from the Asia/Pacific region will be showcasing their work at Maison&Objet ASIA this March

Selected by the M&O Asia team, with assistance from experienced designers and design curators, studios and designers from six different countries will be on display at the event running from March 8-11 in Singapore. Chosen because of their innovative thinking, each of the talents will present their work at the salon, with Regina Chan, director of the event, saying, “Their presentation in
M&O ASIA 2016 will reflect the incredible richness and diversity of the regional design scene."

Branch Table Lamp by Stanley Ruiz (Image courtesy of Maison&Objet ASIA)

  Branch Table Lamp by Stanley Ruiz (Image courtesy of Maison&Objet ASIA)

Gallery House by Lekker Architects (Image courtesy of Maison&Objet ASIA)

Gallery House by Lekker Architects (Image courtesy of Maison&Objet ASIA)

The 2016 winners of the Rising Asian Talents Awards are LAB DE STU (Australia), Chihiro Tanaka (Japan), Stanley Ruiz (Philippines), Lekker Architects (Singapore), KIMU (Taiwan) and Ease Embroidery Design (Thailand).

Half Hurdle by LAB DE STU (Image courtesy of Maison&Objet ASIA)

Half Hurdle by LAB DE STU (Image courtesy of Maison&Objet ASIA)

Products by these rising talents include furniture, lighting and architectural design, and each will be showing for the first time at the event. "After three years, we are happy to be awarded as one of the Rising Asian Talents of M&O ASIA. This is the moment for us to fly high, as if we were baby birds leaving our nests. We hope people can experience the new elements of Taiwanese design through our product, The New OLD collection," say the designers from KIMU.

Work by Ease Embroidery Design (Image courtesy of Maison&Objet ASIA)

Work by Ease Embroidery Design (Image courtesy of Maison&Objet ASIA)

Works by the talents will be on display at Maison&Objet ASIA from March 8-11.

 

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