This year's collection was curated by London-based designer Nina Tolstrup with a theme based in sustainability, and how it is good for business at all levels, from maker, to seller, to consumer. Twenty-eight designers created objects loosely interpreting the concept "re-think, re-duce, re-craft," using ceramic, glass, textiles, furniture and jewelry. Many of the resulting objects not only display the superior craft abilities of the designers, but also carry poetic responses to the sustainability theme.
Additionally, more of these subtly sustainable objects include: old plates revived with stories, cast gold grass straw rings, and coloring book wallpaper. All debut at Maison & Object in Paris, September 3-7.