Maison & Objet Top News | The revered Maison et Objet interior design trade show takes place in Paris, starting today and until the January 26th. During the next five days, the home design fair will be showcasing the work of almost 3,000 innovative brands and gather the best of international interior design talents together.
Over these five inspiring days, this lifestyle design fair celebrates the work of design studios committed to “the art of living”. After the first day, there are many interior design trends we can highlight.
In addition to launching the first trends of the year, Maison et Objet appoints the top designs and highlights six names on the rise.
Once the year begins, the eye of the interior design industry, architecture and lifestyle turns back to France. That’s where happens the first design event of the year, the Maison & Objet Paris during the days 22 to 26 January at the Parc des Expositions de Paris Nord Villepinte.
Luxury, Design and Interior Decoration: Creativity, innovation and technological solutions come together to compose a time of unique design and lifestyle for the visitors. The american design brand Koket is an example of that.
Designer of the year | The awarded designer of the season is the Catalan designer Eugeni Quitllet who will show his work in a space dedicated exclusively to it. Eugeni describes himself as “Disoñador”, a mix of designer and dreamer in Spanish. In 2011, the designer developed the VK-1 headphones for the French brand Aëdle, which have become a benchmark in the music accessories market.
As this wasn’t enough, the tradeshow invaded Paris Nord Villepinte with scented candles with Karl Lagerfeld’s fashionable imprint for Welton, the new bed linen by Gianfranco Ferre Home and unique furniture pieces designed by Rosita Missoni for Missoni Home.
The home and interior design fair Maison et Objet Paris promised to be a chic, elegant affair, and after the first day, we can assure it is. And it will continue to offer plenty of novelties: the new Isabella Collection by Kenneth Cobonpue, Stellar Works’ contemporary take on Ming furniture with wooden stacking chairs and aluminum tables, or paint-splashed Fleka tables by Jovana Zhang for Chinese design studio Yuhang Rong Design Library. Don’t miss it!