1. Patricia Urquiola’s new collection for Spanish manufacturer Kettal features modular pieces for the living and dining room, including a modern twist on the rocking chair and a coffee table with sawhorse-style legs. The furnishings are made of aluminum and a new three-dimensional fabric, Nido d’Ape, created especially for the collection.
2. Add some wildlife to your backyard with these fun planters by Hive, made from naturally crushed stones and casted in moulds meant to look like towering giraffes and scurrying hedgehogs.
3. Riffing on the shapes of trees, these candelabras by Paris’s Petite Friture are completely modular, allowing the user to add and take away branches as desired.
4. Dubbed The Granny, Danish Crafts’ new stool features a seat and legs that are hand-milled on a lathe, giving each support a unique shape. The seat is available in oak or ash and the legs come in a variety of wood types including beech and larch as well as dusty pastel colours.
5. Cologne’s Konstanstin Slawinski presents three new products, including a trivet made of 12 porcelain beads that can be reconfigured into different shapes.
6. New York trio Rich Brilliant Willing show off their new Clinker mini pendant, manufactured by Innermost. Inspired by boat design, the overlapping wood fixture comes in black, white, orange, walnut and oak veneer and teak.
Maison&Objet runs from September 9 to 13 in Paris.