Maison Dada, Design Editor since 2016, was created in Shanghai by Thomas Dariel and Delphine Moreau.

Maison Dada was born out of the wild dream to inject a dose of Dadaism into our everyday life. Maison Dada develops furniture, lighting, rugs and accessories with in mind the desire to create the unexpected from ordinary objects, the will to harmonize dreams and reality.

Dada is a state of mind

Collages, inventions, re-appropriations: Maison Dada creates objects that are gently crazy, defying certainty, taste and gravity. The style is poetic, bold, playful, daring and based on the belief that everybody deserve inspiring and meaningful design.

Maison Dada artistic direction is in the hands of Thomas Dariel who leads its creative potential through his own design pieces and the supervision on the overall design selection.

Maison Dada takes its name from Dadaism. This is for me one of the most significant art movements of the 20th century; as I consider it to be the foundation of contemporary design, contemporary art and a contemporary way of thinking. Dada is a state of mind. That freedom is part of my signature, even for interior design. Maison Dada first collection is a reflection of that. Of an unrestrained imagination that brings life into objects. I don’t want unanimated furniture. I like them to have a soul, to tell a story.

Delphine Moreau

Maison Dada Co-Founder


Thomas Dariel

Designer, Maison Dada Co-Founder and Artistic Director


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