What Happened So Far At The Fall Edition Of Maison et Objet 2019 – As you know the incredible Parisian tradeshow is a reference point to all interior design aficionados around the world since it presents the most wonderful interior design inspirations and design trends from the top luxury brands. See what happened so far in this incredible design event.
Since its grand opening Maison et Objet has been surprising all of its attendants with the best interior design inspirations. Being one of the major design events for professionals working in the art of living in all its rich and varied expressions. From amazing furnishings and unique lighting designs to accessories, textiles, fragrances, and other homeware details, this amazing design tradeshow brings together a 360°product offering. You can still visit this interior design wonderland since it’s still happening until 10th of September at Paris Nord Villepinte.
If you won’t have de opportunity to attend the fall edition of Maison et Objet, don’t worry because the Interior Design Magazines team has got you covered. Here are the best highlights of the event so far:
TRENDIEST STANDS AT MAISON ET OBJET
⇒ Location: – Hall 6, Stand B38 / C37
⇒ Location: – Hall 6, Stand P38
⇒ Location: Hall 7, Stand F47
⇒ Location: Hall 6, Stand J16 / K15
⇒ Location: Hall 6, Stand O26
DESIGNER OF THE YEAR – LAURA GONZALEZ:
Laura Gonzalez is a top architect that is known for her amazing creations throughout the city of Paris, with classical style inspiration, on a set of restaurants, bars, hotels, and stores. Thanks to her inspiring work, Maison Et Objet 2019 awarded her by naming her Designer of the Year.
Is at the entrance of the famous Hall 7 at Maison Et Objet‘s, you’re able to admire the Café Signature designed especially for the event. With a luxurious and eccentric interior, this incredible spot is the perfect place to take a break while savoring a selection of dishes and pastries devised by Pierre Hermé. The expertise of Pierre Frey is showcased in a unique decor that features shapes, colors, and materials that only Laura Gonzalez could combine, a space defined by a mix of rounded shapes and bright colors.
Bringing together designers, engineers and creatives, essential Milanese gallery owner Rossana Orlandi put the spotlight on plastic: recycled, reworked, recovered, it shifts from the status of annoying waste to that of the material of the future. With Rossana Orlandi (Founder of Guiltless Plastic), Alexander Schul (Designer) and moderated by Clara Le Fort (Editor & Creative Director).
Here is a little preview of what happened so far ate the incredible Maison et Objet:
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