Maison & Objet is an important international industry event for interior design professionals working in the art of living in all its rich and varied expressions. Held at Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Center this event offers a unique opportunity to gain an overview of the trends in decoration, furniture, home furnishings, etc.
The lifestyle show brings together a 360°product offering. Decoration, design, furniture, accessories, textiles, fragrances, the world of children, tableware, this event is perfect for any kind of exchanges. With visitors from around the world and a showcase with a high-quality international offer, Maison&Object provide a comprehensive overview of the excellence and innovation that help to share the best of creativity.
In the 2014 edition, more designers than ever appeared to be in town – perhaps owing in part to a particularly spectacular launch that took place on the eve of the show. The mood was fresh, colour infiltrated collections in all manner of nuances and pairings. Even the resolutely monochrome seemed to have caught the bug. There were a number of new names making their debut in the hallowed halls – among them were Coedition, an impressive new brand from France’s design emporium Silvera featuring pieces by Michael Anastassiades, Victoria Wilmotte and Patricia Urquiola; Dadadum, the initiative of a young Swiss graphic designer who has got Alfredo Häberli, Joerg Boner and Nicolas Le Moigne bringing ‘Swissness’ to stone tables, wooden chairs and metal shelving; and Bosc, a new brand of upholstered chairs and sofas born out of a 40-year-old family-run furniture-making business from Les Landes (Bastiat), with the help of local hotshot designers, Jean Louis Iratzoki and Samuel Accoceberry.
MAISON&OBJET is continuing on with its successful international dynamic and opening up to new horizons. The MAISON&OBJET philosophy and exceptional expertise are now being exported through the creation of two international shows, which should increase opportunities near markets with high growth potential: Maison&Object Asia and Maison&Object America, two annual meetings promising good growth.