Adaptive Manufacturing by Olivier Van Herpt – The theme for this years Maison & Objet Paris is "Wild," which encourages designers to break away from the confinements of technology and urbanization, and instead submit imaginative items inspired by nature and the wilderness. Olivier Van Herpt's Adaptive Manufacturing series creates items using sensors.
Halo by Kjartan Oskarsson Studio – There are no controls visible on the Halo light, and instead, the user can pull on either side of its leather strap to turn the light on or off.
Objects of Curiosity by Pega-Cut and Kneip – Objects of curiosity includes a series of nine objects in total, on of which is pictured here. They all use new and found components.
Poured Bowls by Troels Flensted – Poured Bowls by Troels Flensted are hand-made in Denmark, the patterns are created using a mix of minerals and water-based acrylic polymer before they are poured into a mold.
Pulu Lamps by Katriina Nuutinen – Pulu Lamps are a series of free -blown glass oil lamps by Finnish designer, Katriina Nuutinen.
Project Terroir by Jonas Edvard – Jonas Edvard has titled this series "Terroir," which he describes as a word "often used to determine the cultural and geological relation between products and where they are produced."
Terroir Lamps by Jonas Edvard – It features material that has been built using seaweed and paper waste, resulting in a tough and durable material.
Weathered Collection by Kneip – The inspiration for this collection are the natural phenomenons created by the weather.
Weathered Breeze by Kneip – The "Weathered: Breeze" series built using oak, birch, copper, steel and brass, and eat object shows the direction of the wind.