Maison et Objet Paris is almost upon us! One of the major interior design events in the world returns this upcoming January 2017 in Paris to revolutionize the design community once again. Keep on top of evolving customer trends, inspirations and inspiring experiences at Maison et Objet Paris, an event that will bring a little bit of the world into one place. Experience new mentalities, cultures and new designs and learn with the newborns and experts of the field.
Maison et Objet Paris will take place at Paris Nord Villepinte from 20th to 24th January. From Friday to Monday, the event opens doors from 9.30 am to 7pm. The last day, Tuesday, ends a little bit earlier from 9.30am to 6pm. The overall area is composed by 9 Halls on which there are 12 distinct design themes.
We advise you to attend the event’s conferences. They have incredibly talented guests that took their time to share their experiences and a few tips on how to build a successful interior design brand, furniture trends and even digital marketing and communication strategies. It will be the perfect place to learn and get to know the experts a little bit more.
We particularly suggest these ones if you’re a professional designer.
Located at Hall 7 Stand H16 / I15, is the prominent Covet Lounge, a project that gathers eight European Design Brands showcasing their unique aesthetic pieces, from modern lighting to luxury furniture. Covet Lounge is a celebration between designers, architectsand field experts that come together to deliver innovation, comfort and luxury design. The brands associated to this wonderful project are: BRABBU, Boca do lobo, KOKET, DelightFull, Maison Valentina, Essential Home, Luxxu and Circu.
Within the Hall 7, Scènes D’Intérieur sector, stand J40, Amini proves its value as an exciting business in the carpet making industry. It was born from the vision of the AMINI Brothers Company, the long-standing company set up in 1962 by Sultan AMINI, and renowned international market leader. At the heart of the project is the desire to offer a highly elaborate selection of carpets, in tune with a contemporary dimension of interior design. This collection boasts a strong stylistic identity, even though it is declined in a complex and heterogeneous assortment.
In this edition of Maison et Objet Paris, the brand will showcase its new collection for bathrooms: Silenzio and Introverso. Antonio Lupi has one of the highest standards when it comes to quality and customer care. The brand delivers a wide range of collections that transmit the Lupi‘s family passion for design. Their tailor-made production allows to adapt every single product to the client’s requirements through a high degree of customization. Make sure to visit at Hall 8, Stand C62.
At the sector Now! Design à Vivre, hall 7, stand F33 you can find the honorable Brokis, a brand based in the Czech Republic that produces exclusive glass lighting born of the skill of outstanding artisans continuing the age-old Bohemian glassblowing tradition. Its original lighting collections are designed by world-renowned Czech and international artists and have won numerous awards in prestigious design competitions both at home and abroad. Exquisite design and superior quality are cornerstones of the BROKIS portfolio.
Get to Know Pierre Charpin Designer of the Year at Maison et Objet Paris 2017. The magician himself was given a stand at the Hall 7 to display its poetic expression of minimalism. Make sure to remember this name, because it’s probably one of the biggest in the event. The French designer will also participate in a conference called A Design Open to Experiences, on which you will explore his passion for design and get to know its signature style.
Here’s a small preview of the inspirations space of January 2017. Maison et Objet will introduce us to the world of silence in its Inspirations Space next year. It will be a relaxing journey within materials, everyday objets and audio and visual elements, to get to know the importance of the search for relaxation when delivering design nowadays.
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