Presenting The Guide For Maison Et Objet Paris 2019 – The popular event Maison Et Objet is just around the corner. The interior design industry will be held between January 18th and January 22nd at Paris Nord Villepinte.
If you love the design and you are going to attend this major event, here is the ultimate guide to follow for Maison Et Objet:
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Maison Et Objet Paris is the major event for professionals working in the art of living in all its rich and varied expressions. The lifestyle show brings together a 360°product offering. Decoration, design, furniture, accessories, textiles, fragrances, the world of children, tableware.
When can you visit Maison et Objet? The opening hours from Friday to Monday are 09:30 am to 07:00 pm. On Tuesday, the opening hours are from 09:30 am to 06:00 pm. On the image below you can see a show map that showcases the several areas of this fair that in 2019 will offer a clearer and more organized perspective of three main areas: MAISON and its wide range of interior decoration, organized into different worlds; OBJET, the show’s concept store, ideal for retailers; and finally INFLUENCES and is a unique itinerary.
If you want to know everything that is happening at Maison et Objet, feel free to download for free, the MAISON&OBJET APP which will give you access to a series of things, from the list of exhibitors to plans, programmes, lectures, and events during this fair. In addition, you can also explore the MOM Platform, a creation of Maison et Objet, which is an endless source of inspiration. It helps to discover the most recently launched design products, projects, collections as well as your favorite brands, designers and architects.
INSPIRATIONS OF MAISON ET OBJET
Each year, the event hosts a unique inspirations theme, this time around will be “Excuse My French”. Vincent Grégoire from NellyRodi will once again oversee this highly inspiring space. The designer has analyzed the latest consumer trends and sociological phenomena and has encapsulated them in a theme, it may seem that it has a humorous character but it actually looks seriously upon the re-emergence of the country of Molière on the international scene.
All of these threads will be brought together in January 2019 at the Trend Forum, a 250 sq. m space in Hall 7 that will present a selection of products embodying the essence of the new French scene.
DESIGNER OF THE YEAR
At 37, German designer Sebastian Herkner, who trained at Offenbach University of Art and Design, is embarking on an ever-growing number of collaborations with international design houses. Over the course of the past decade, he has received some thirty awards in recognition of his innovative yet traditional work and, for all of the reasons above, he was chosen as the Designer of The Year of the January Edition of Maison et Objet 2019!
This edition will present 6 amazing rising design talents. The rising talents were chosen and will be coordinated by some heavyweight giants of the Chinese design industry, like Liu Xu, Chairman of China National Interior Decoration Association, Xing Tong-He, Former Chief Architect of Shanghai Xian Dai Architectural Design (Group) Co. Ltd.; Qu Guangci, founder and artistic director of design brand X+Q Art, Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu of inter-disciplinary architecture and design practice Neri&Hu. These personalities will be joined by two Monsters of European Design: Tom Dixon and Luca Nichetto.
Famous luxury brand Boca do Lobo is returning to Paris at Maison Et Objet 2019 to broadcast a new expression of the most elegant and powerful home design. Boca do Lobo will present a strong showing with some stunning new pieces. Expect waves of contemporary and high-end furniture form this top Portuguese brand that always tries to elevate design and craftsmanship! Visit them at Hall 8 – Stand C3.
At this year’s Hall 6 you’ll find Brabbu. This is a design brand that reflects an intense way of living, bringing fierceness, strength, and power into an urban lifestyle. With a diverse range of furniture, case goods, upholstery, lighting and rugs, and through sensory design, they pass on a unique experience in every piece they design and produce. Stand at Hall 6 Stand H38 – I37 I H48 – I47
Also at Hall 6, you’ll find Essential Home, a brand that is the epitome of bohemian retro design. It’s mid-century modern lines that merge important historical references from the 1930s and 1960s and with contemporary influences. The brand deals with different, intimate and cozy ambiances that express the elegance and the luxury that is conveyed by the use of rich material now in a home environment. Find this brand’s stand at Hall 6 Stand O102 – P101
At Hall 8 Stand C85 you’ll find LUXXU. With a high prestige and a revivalist attitude, LUXXU is proud to be back in Paris for yet another edition of the world’s most prestigious tradeshow. The increasingly bolder designs, always combined with the finest craftsmen technics, are an endless promise of elegance and distinctiveness that shapes LUXXU’s future.
Essential Home sister brand, DelightFULL, will also be at Hall 6. Focused on Lighting Pieces inspired by jazz music, DelightFULL’s mission is to conquer the world through unique lamps! Made by local artisans that practices the elementals of craftsmanship, this brand’s products are long – lasting masterpieces and you’ll be able to see them up close at Hall 6. Stand at Hall 6 Stand O92 – P91
Maison Valentina will be presenting fresh bathroom news. With its bespoke and bathroom, exclusive furniture Maison Valentina will be expanding its novelties beyond the standard of bathtubs and washbasins. There will be also displayed marvelous dressing tables to inspire the ladies for its own beauty moments, mirrors that will turn the bathroom into a sanctuary and delicate bathroom stools produced with the finest materials like brass and blue velvet. Find them at Hall 7 Stand E42 – F41
Rug’Society is an exquisite Portuguese brand of Rugs and covering selections, that mainly aims to transform rugs into pieces of art. It’s time to be masters in tapestry and, for that, Rug’Society presents us with a bold and contemporary design, always thinking in the future, and giving our products uniqueness, exclusiveness and luxury Design. Find them at Hall 6 Stand H52 – I51
You’ll find Circu at Hall 8! Circu was built under a dream! The dream is to allow children to dream their own dreams and to really give them space to be and live their fantasies and magical world. It’s stunning hand-crafted and hand-tailored pieces are made in Portugal with the finest materials, combined with a lot of passion, so we can deliver only the highest quality furnishings. If you want to dive into some magical inspiration, then you must visit this stand! Stand at Hall 8 C20
At Hall 8 you’ll find the mega stand of Covet House. At this brand’s stand you’ll be able to find pieces for all tastes and from all the major design brands in the world, namely, Boca do Lobo, Delightfull, Brabbu, Maison Valentina, Circu, Luxxu, Essential Home, Rug’Society, Pullcast, Monsyeur, and Foogo. Don’t miss this chance. Find them at Hall 8 Stand C15
Your Idea, our solution. This is the slogan of preggo. Mixing craft and technology, they are specialized producers of furniture and lighting. Through their four production units, they specialize in four different areas: Wood and finishes, metal, upholstery, and lighting. Find them at Hall 7.
The Fendi Casa Collection was founded upon a strong intuition of Alberto Vignatelliin 1988 with the vocation to decorate rooms the same way FENDIdressed generations of women with clothes and accessories. Today, Fendi Casa offers an elegant and cosmopolitan lifestyle, with a collection that ranges from contemporary to modern or classic.
Architecturally inspired. Zaha Hadid Design is a contemporary design studio, established in 2006 by Zaha Hadid, which explores applications of scale, space, material, experience, and innovation. To respond to the demand for her work on a commercial level, the label Zaha Hadid Design collection has been developed and offers a selection of homeware and giftware.
This Portuguese brand creates a world of unique experiences; the unexpected, the authentic and the meaningful. Accept the challenge and find out our new collection! It offers a scalable and versatile collection, bearing in mind clients specific needs as well as their personal interpretation of life. Find them at Hall 8
This is a Spanish luxury brand internationally recognized as a leader in high end and exclusive porcelain sculptures, lighting, and home decor objects. A lifestyle symbol synonymous with a unique know-how, which is also extended to its line “Light&Scent”, which embraces collections of lamps and home fragrances especially conceived to create ambiance.
PARIS DECO-OFF 2019
Destined to please industry professionals and the general public alike, the 10th edition of the cultural event, Paris Déco Off will take place from 17-21 January 2018. Paris Déco Off allows individuals to discover the world’s most outstanding fabric collections, home accessories and furniture designs.
This year, design aficionados can expect to see the brilliant work of more than one hundred of luxury brands, including the likes of Aldeco, Casamance, Cole & Son, Designers Guild, Elitis, Gaston y Daniela, Hermès, Houlès, James Hare, Kravet, Lelièvre, Parsua, Pierre Frey, Pouenat, Ralph Lauren Home, and Rubelli.
PARIS CITY GUIDE – PLACES TO VISIT
If you are in Paris for Maison et Objet 2019, then you must book a meeting and pay a visit to Covet Paris, a stunning Covet Group Showroom comprised of two highly curated floors with the most cutting-edge furniture and lighting designs, from three renowned luxury brands DelightFULL or BRABBU. In the showroom, you’ll find a series of astonishing design sets, including a bedroom, which was created to inspire the best interior design projects.
As one of the main capital cities of Europe, Paris has a lot to see in terms of monuments. This is one of the oldest and most attractive cities in the world, Paris has to offer a whole array of historical buildings you should visit, like the iconic The Eiffel Tower or de sublime Palace of Versailles.
PARIS CITY GUIDE – TOP HOTELS
Le Bristol Paris is centrally located on the rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. With its 3 Michelin star restaurant Epicure, 1 Michelin star brasserie 114 Faubourg, Café Antonia, rooftop swimming pool and Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie, this Parisian Palace is considered as the ultimate reference for French Art de Vivre. Address: 112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris
Built-in 1896 as the home of Napoleon Bonaparte’s grandnephew – Shangri-La Hotel, Paris is situated in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. The hotel features breathtaking views of the Eiffel Tower. Surrounded by a garden, the 101 rooms and suites offer guests the chance to enjoy an exclusive home. Address: 10 Avenue d’Iéna, 75116 Paris
PARIS CITY GUIDE – TOP RESTAURANTS
At Epicure, the celebrated chef Eric Frechon, who holds three Michelin stars, has created a temple of gastronomy that is absolutely French. His macaroni stuffed with black truffle, artichoke, and duck foie gras, gratinéed with aged Parmesan is an unforgettable dish that people travel to Paris to experience. Epicure can be enjoyed every day of the year, with tables laid in an exquisite garden setting throughout the summer. Address: 112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris
Since July 2014, when Yannick Alléno started to run the Pavillon Ledoyen and settled there Alléno Paris, he has been using the skills he learned from some of the world’s greatest chefs and the modernity of his approach to bringing new life to classical French cuisine in one of the most historic Parisian locations. Pavillon Ledoyen, renowned since 1792 and located on the Champs-Élysées since 1842, is a unique and special place: a chef’s home, Yannick Alléno’s home. Address: 8 Avenue Dutuit, 75008 Paris
PARIS CITY GUIDE – PLACES TO PARTY
With its huge oak bar, its high-range wall of spirits and leopard armchairs, Shake ‘n’ Smash has the elegance of old cabaret bars. You will easily find it between the Place de la République and the Town Hall of the 3rd arrondissement. Address: 87 Rue de Turbigo, 75003 Paris
A design-focused hotel bar reviving Pigalle’s racy heyday. This address certainly has a colorful past. A former brothel, Maison Souquet is now a clandestine hotel with a bar of the same name. Décor is Jacques Garcia’s Belle Époque meets orientalism, including original pieces like 1895 Cordoba leather on the walls, Moorish earthenware, porcelain, vintage furniture, and molded fireplaces. Address: 10 Rue de Bruxelles, 75009 Paris
PARIS CITY GUIDE – ART & DESIGN GALLERIES
Maria Wettergren was born in Lemvig, Denmark. While subsequently preparing a Master degree, Maria Wettergren lived in Paris where she worked simultaneously for several art galleries such as Flux by Cyril Putman, while he was representing Fabrice Hyber and Huang Yong Ping at the Venice Biennale (1997 – 1999). In 2002, she decided to interrupt her studies to become the director of the Parisian branch of the Dansk Moebelkunst Gallery. She ran DMK until 2010 when she decided to open a gallery specialized in contemporary Scandinavian art design. Address: 18 Rue Guénégaud, 75006 Paris
Founded in 1989, Galerie Patrick Seguin is located in Paris’s Bastille district in a 300 sqm (3200 sq ft) space, renovated by Jean Nouvel, a 2008 Pritzker Prize winner. Since its opening, the gallery has brought the talents of French designers such as Jean Prouvé, Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Jeanneret, Le Corbusier, and Jean Royère into the international spotlight. As of today, the gallery has amassed the most important collection of these demountable houses, which for the most part are either unique examples or were produced in very few numbers. Address: 5 rue des Taillandiers F-75011, Paris
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