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I noticed a lot of compartmentalization in the furniture shown at Maison & Objet, from a Mondrian-esque coffee table to the filing cabinets shown by <a href="http://www.labt.be/">LABT</a> (left) out of Ghent, Belgium, and the containers designed by <a hre

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Kelsey Keith
Originally appeared in Best of Paris: 2012 Maison & Objet
on February 1, 2012
I noticed a lot of compartmentalization in the furniture shown at Maison &amp; Objet, from a Mondrian-esque coffee table to the filing cabinets shown by &lt;a href=&quot;http://www.labt.be/&quot;&gt;LABT&lt;/a&gt; (left) out of Ghent, Belgium, and the containers designed by &lt;a hre
I noticed a lot of compartmentalization in the furniture shown at Maison & Objet, from a Mondrian-esque coffee table to the filing cabinets shown by LABT (left) out of Ghent, Belgium, and the containers designed by Cédric Ragot for Roche Bobois (right).

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