Maison & Objet will open its doors for another edition tomorrow, the 19th of January, so it is time to recap…
This is not the first time we will be telling you all about Maison & Objet. For the past couple of years, we have been attentively following every moment of what is considered to be one of the biggest furniture fairs in Europe, and probably the world. This year, we will be watching Maison et Objet up close, but before we begin, let’s make a quick recap of what happened in the previous editions.
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Previously recognized Designers of the Year
Plastic artist, scenographer and interior designer Pierre Charpin was at M&O for the whole 1st day, with all the attention drawn to the designer during an exciting conference dedicated to praising his incredible work.
In September 2017, as MAISON&OBJET PARIS Designer of the Year, Tristan Auer exhibited his work on a stand dedicated to him, located in Hall 8. The designer wanted to convey the French art de vivre, having played with scenography to create his stage, combining “uncluttered classicism and sensuous modernism.”
Silence was Maison et Objet 2017 January’s theme, and it boasted an amazing exhibition. We were there to witness it in first-hand, and we believe it will be very difficult to surpass last year’s eye-opening experience.
“Like a remedy to the interminable racket of words and images, silence has a calming effect on the hyperactive, garrulous and loud times we live in.“
Comfort Zone was the last theme before this year’s SHOW-ROOM. After Silence, in January, Comfort Zone was a natural choice and the exhibition focused mainly on the rising importance of seating in an interior.
“Chairs that look just like funny cushions on legs are perfect for relaxing and ultra soft fabrics enhance the sensation of well-being.“
Essential Home’s Stand
Essential Home was at Maison et Objet Paris back in January 2017 with its sister brand DelightFULL. Together they had a stunning stand with lots of light and, of course, the very best of mid-century modern design with a contemporary and bohemian twist.
Essential Home was back for Maison & Objet Paris, September edition. Back with DelightFULL in a smaller stand, the two brands went for a different approach, showing everyone a good time in their bar and restaurant inspired stand.
If you are attending Maison et Objet interior design show, expect great mid-century furniture, and lighting designs to die for. Brands such as Tom Dixon, Serge Mouille, and the Portuguese brand DelightFULL will be there showcasing their classic designs, as well as some of the latest additions to their collections. Essential Home will also be presenting in first-hand four new exclusive pieces: two cabinets, a sideboard, and what will be the most amazing chair your eyes have ever seen.
Keep coming back for daily updates on Maison et Objet, starting tomorrow! ❤️
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