WonderGlass is pleased to announce its presence at Maison & Objet in Paris. Conceived as a sanctuary, WonderGlass invites the fairground’s visitors for a regenerative pause in the brand’s dreamlike atmosphere made out of glass.
For the occasion WonderGlass presents a horizontal installation made using both green and white editions of Flow[t] by Nao Tamura, the brand’s iconic creation. This will be shown alongside Grappa, inspired by the beauty that nature creates through variation within repetition and designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune. John Pawson’s minimalist Sleeve completes the WonderGlass installation at Maison & Objet. A pure, single product yet modular by repetition, composed of concentric cylinders of hand-made glass, casting light downwards whilst also glowing along its entire transparent length.
Paris is an important scene for WonderGlass. The brand presented at last year’s Maison & Objet with various products and participated in Design Days at Palais de Tokyo with a remarkable installation made using Flow[t]. WonderGlass, acknowledged by the citizens and authorities of Paris, the most sensitive city to arts, fashion and design of the world, was selected as one of the most interesting brands operating in the design and art scenes. This recognition means a lot for a newly born design company, which has been quickly distinguished amongst many of the sector thanks to the products conceived by important artists and their adaptability to contract projects with their modular being.

Flow(T) | Nao Tamura
Grappa | Claesson Koivisto Rune
Sleeve | John Pawson

WonderGlass at Maison & Objet, Paris
January 2015