13th January 2020 | IN DESIGN EVENTS | BY SBID ShareTweetPinterestLinkedIn The international trade fair for decoration, design and lifestyle is celebrating its 25th birthday this year. More future-focused than ever, Maison&Objet (M&O) Paris 2020 is an unmissable event for industry professionals seeking new design solutions. In the age of social media, consumers have become an increasingly discerning clientele, seeking innovation in design. These demanding connoisseurs with refined aesthetic tastes are also increasingly conscious of the environmental performance and wider impacts on sustainability. M&O provides a bottomless source of inspiration, as well as a tool for visitors to communicate directly with thousands of brands throughout the year. We’re featuring some of the exciting news from a selection of SBID Accredited Partners who are set to exhibit their latest collections at the upcoming edition of M&O this January. Read below to discover more! Deirdre Dyson’s 2020 Looking Glass collection Previews at Maison & Objet Paris Lady Deirdre Dyson’s themed collection for 2020 will be unveiled at the prestigious Maison et Objet interiors exhibition on Stand B100, Hall 8. Inspired by the act of looking at and through glass, ‘Looking Glass’ consists of eight carpet designs, including ‘Transparent’, a reinterpretation of decorative shapes on a coloured vase and ‘Light Between’, a play on contrasting monochrome grading with the illusion of light. ‘Slivers’, which stems from a series of small flat discs of overlapping glass, combines 33 colours in wool and silk while ‘Looking Through’ began as a painting of the distortions seen through a water-filled flask against the real shapes behind. This new collection will be on show in the Deirdre Dyson Gallery on London’s King’s Road (554 King’s Road, SW6 2DZ) from February. Technogym presents Bike Personal this January Technogym presents the ultimate design bike that combines Technogym’s technology and innovation with Antonio Citterio’s iconic style; Bike Personal. Bike Personal is the impeccably designed addition to Technogym’s Personal Line by Antonio Citterio. The Bike boasts elegant lines and a sleek and compact design, and the materials chosen such as micro-polished steel and aluminium are worked at the highest level of craftsmanship. It is the only product on the market comparable to a ‘piece of art’, perfect for any living space or dedicated wellness areas. Bike Personal also offers Technogym Coach, the breakthrough innovation that allows users to choose different classes and reach the best results. The bike is also fully integrated with Technogym’s digital MyWellness Cloud platform and a complete range of contents and training programs dedicated to fitness, sport and health, all available on the UNITY digital touchscreen display. The display also features internet browsing, social media, TV, Netflix and a sleek wireless charger. Kings of Chelsea showcases Roberto Cavalli’s striking tableware Kings of Chelsea’s selected partner Roberto Cavalli Luxury Tableware will be showing at Maison & Objet with a range of stylish prints across high-quality bone china, perfect for a well-dressed home. As always, Cavalli uses striking animal patterns, both detailed and abstracted, in bold monochromes and sumptuous golds, greens and reds. The ranges have been designed to both complement and contrast each other with a possibility to “mix and match” with the fine crystal stemware and gold plated flatware also available from this division of the esteemed design house. Italian flair is the hallmark of the Cavalli DNA and there is no doubt that the new collections will be finding their way onto the most fashionable tables this year. Oxley’s Furniture launch new design range, Scroll The first presentation of Scroll will be on display at Oxley’s exhibit on Stand B11, Hall 7. Scroll is inspired by the carvings left on stonework by the ancient Celts of the British islands. The carvings on their monuments are enormously varied but many include the Celtish knot; an interlocking weave that has been incorporated in objects since the dark ages. Oxley’s have coupled this ancient design on the table tops to the sensuous flowing lines of the chair to create a range of elegant outdoor furniture. Simon Hudson, Managing Director said “The Scroll design represents the interweaving of two Oxley’s fundamentals, our British heritage and our ability to use recycled aluminium to create intricate, timeless and beautiful outdoor furniture. As with everything we make, it is the reuse of a resource to produce our unique designs that makes them so special”.