Here are the ones that stood out the most for us!
Australian accessories and homeware brand made from washable paper. The unique process their products go through allows them to look and feel like leather. The paper used in UASHMAMA products are made using virgin fibre from cultivation and not through deforestation.
TIMELESS EVERYDAY OBJECTS (TEO)
TEO is all about style and function. Their modest range of goods, which is comprised of a side table, wall clocks, candle holders various pendant lights and table lamps all feature clean, simple lines and muted, yet eye-catching colour combinations.
If you're from Singapore, then you're probably already familiar with Supermama. Aside from their popular range of glasses and ceramics infused with local yet contemporary flavour, they're also producing small pieces of furniture like this range of beautiful Japanese Cedar stools.
LIGHT COUTURE BY CHIHIRO TANAKA
Chihiro Tanaka is an experienced fashion designer who is well-versed in textiles. His foray into the world of lighting brought together his two passions and Light Couture was born. These lighting fixtures use the same processes in haute couture dressmaking: First, materials are studied closely and the finished product is designed from scratch.
This Belgian design and production house probably had the most photographed booth at Maison & Objet, proving that working with natural materials still has a profound impact on people. Known for bringing the outdoors in and using reclaimed materials, SEMPRE leads the way in sustainable style.