Seletti, “Italian design’s most democratic and pop brand,” arrives once again in Paris, at Maison & Objet – Hall 7, Stand A83 –, with amazing new objects, lights and furniture. The catalog dedicated to l’art de la table is enhanced with new products in the Hybrid collection and two new series: the oriental-inspired Kintsugi and Fingers, a varied range of brass objects. The company continues its collaboration with Studio Job with the new Blow brand, devoted to original design at affordable prices, presenting a set of bathroom items with an ironic, nonconformist style. The Love in Bloom vase, designed by Marcantonio, dominates the objects sector with a hyper-realistic homage to love, while the Toiletpaper Magazine series “invades” the domestic space with new upholstered furniture and cushions.
Seletti’s partnership with Diesel has also been consolidated with the Survival Boxing System line, devoted to a military aesthetics, and with the Wunderkammer collection, which has been enhanced with new “marvellous objects”, such as the large shell and the bird and shark skulls.
The lighting section, which has been one of the brand’s most interesting sectors for several years, has also been enlivened with new forms and symbols. The iconic Banana by Studio Job is now also a wall lamp, while the collections designed by Marcantonio have been expanded with new subjects and functions. Such as the Mouse Lamps, which now come in gray, the Monkey Lamps, which are available in a new white outdoor version, and the Fingers lamps, which boast an elegant style that blends retro taste with a contemporary mood.