Today, Paris Design Agenda has gathered a selection of design ventures one ought to experience during the occasion of Maison et Objet Paris, whether inside of the fair or even outside. Over the last month, our blog has shown some of the most amazing features that one can expect to see at the lifestyle and design platform. In this article, you’ll get to discover the latest novelties from a series of exhibiting brands and conferences to attend as well as learn more about fascinating five-star hotels and Michelin-starred restaurants and even some of the best museums and design studios. Originally Published on 5-01-2019
We remind that this year, M&O Paris be taking place from 18-22 January at the Paris Nord Villepinte and it will become the perfect stage to discover new trends and expressions in a multitude of sectors.
Located at Hall 8 – Stand C3, this avant-garde behind the scenes living experience will be the perfect scenario to unveil 10 new design pieces, strategically thought to complete four living areas with a Je ne c’est quoi flair. Two workshop cases pay homage to skilled artisans and enhance the wonders of craftsmanship and ancient traditional techniques. To complete this adventure of broken standards, a creative atelier was conceived with the purpose of professionals and designers brainstorm about new projects and ideas with the Brand.
Entering into this world of style and textures, the Home Living concept is present in every corner, with two dining and two living open areas with upholstered columns in order to emphasize the authenticity and warmth of a home. New remarkable launches and time-honored masterpieces are held by a live showcase of skilled artisans working on site to provide an unparalleled wandering that embodies the house state of mind and fearless spirit. Also, Limited Edition works of art will be present with its uniqueness and inspiring design complementing this experience.
⇒ Location: Hall 8 – Stand C3
COVET HOUSE is representing its luxurious brands with a curated selection of furniture, lighting and accessories from its luxurious brands like Boca do Lobo, Essential Home, DelightFull, Brabbu, Luxxu and Rug’Society in this edition of the event, in Hall 8, Stand C15.
Covet House will merge the two concepts used in the previous editions into one amazing stand. As you walk through the stand you will still be amazed by the Housing Concept: with different staging rooms, Covet House will offer its visitors a chance to get a look and get inspired from its astonishing and breathtaking pieces. Handcrafted by professional artisans, respecting and following the rules of this antique art, using the most coveted raw materials, these pieces will literally stand out from every other stand in the event.
But the spotlight of this years event will definitely be it’s Lounge Concept: Presenting the visitors, clients and press a more of a contact complement to the brand, exploring relationships, giving a more intimate experience and celebrating design as friends, all together In one amazing stand.
⇒ Location: Hall 8 — Stand C15
These two brand’s stand will be heavily influenced by the ’50s in Paris as well as the movie and music industries. Glamour, luxury and sophistication will be presented in a detailed space. Some of the outstanding products you can expect to see from these two powerhouses are: the Kelly bar chair, the Hoppman side table, the Diamond mirror, the Monocles sideboard, all by Essential Home and the Matheny suspension lamp, the Amy floor lamp, the Galliano wall lamp, the Janis table lamp, produced by DelightFull.
The main twist is that you get lost in these amazing tale and to blend with all of the products and all of their history. Why they were made and who or what was the inspiration behind the design of each piece.
⇒ Location: Essential Home: Hall 6 — Stand O102 / P101 + DelightFull: Hall 6 — Stand O92 / P91
Maison Valentina combines luxury design while offering functionality to one of the most important spaces of any project, and this participation in Paris will show exactly this. You can expect to see a comprehensive range of contemporary bathroom products that showcase timeless elegance are a true representation of craftsmanship excellence and haute couture decoration.
ATO Collection is going to be another surprise: a collection that gathers four product solutions that will allow every professional choose one or multiple components and assemble them as they wish, personalizing the bathroom space and through small details and changes. Other thrilling products include the Tortoise washbasin, the Symphony freestanding, the Petra bathtub, among many other products!
⇒ Location: Hall 7 — Stand E42 / F41
This time Rug’society joined forces with her sisters Brand Boca do Lobo and Brabbu to Create and celebrate an artistic collision and re-interpretation authentic craftsmanship. When the match between two distinct brands collide so well, pieces like Soleil Green by Boca do Lobo and Bourbon by Brabbu emerge and the expression “sky is the limit” reach another dimension. These pieces are the epitome of luxury with a brand new twist of edginess. Rug’society is going to take you on a journey directly to the WOW collection for this Fall, take the seat and enjoy the Flight.
Rug’society took all the emotion and passion that characterizes the brand and created Skyscraper a floor lamp carved in mahogany, with a turned structure in wood with base in brilliantly finished white lacquer. To twist this piece up was created a new silky fringe lamp’s shade with the trend season colors and the most exquisite textile material. This fusion made the most original and elegant d cor piece that will fill any area with glamour and finesse.
⇒ Location: Hall 6 — Stand H52 / I51
Maison & Objet is once again Ex.t’s choice to inaugurate the new season 2019. In Paris, the Florentine bathroom brand presents Nouveau collection, brainchild of its new collaboration with Bernhardt-Vella studio from Milan. Along with this new entry, Ex.t confirms its long lasting partnership with Norm Architects studio and German designer Sebastian Herkner, presenting the Rest Armchair and Ribbon Square washbasin.
Modularity, versatility and functionality are the main features that Ex.t continues to offer in bathroom furnishings, achieving this through the creative approach of its international designers coming from a home design world.
⇒ Location: Hall 6 — Stand P102
Lladró 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 ambience.
In their stand, you can expect to enjoy original and unique creations in exquisite porcelain. You’ll also get to know more about Lladró’s new lighting collection that will be launched in April.
⇒ Location: Hall 8 — Stand C51
Villari reinvents porcelain! Combining its expertise to a creative audacity, Villari will pleasantly surprise you with an amazing variety of very original decorative pieces. The iconic Italian luxury brand has been a significant player in the interior design field.
⇒ Location: Hall 8 — Stand B42
Sans Tabù will be showcasing at Maison&Objet Paris 2019 in Hall 5A, Stand M164. The brand will present new bed linens and the wallpaper collection of Renaissance Pop, a line born from the free inspiration of the bas-reliefs of the Palazzo Ducale of Urbino (Marche Region, Italy) and full of ironic and elegant allegories.
⇒ Location: Hall 5A, Stand M164
Paola Navone is the artistic director of the company. Gervasoni produces high-level furniture for indoor and outdoor use supplying the residential and contract market.
⇒ Location: Hall 6 — Stand J92
Entitled “PORTUGAL – ELDORADO ARCHI, DESIGN AND CRAFT?”, this unique conference will be taking place on January 21st (2:00-2:45 pm) in Hall 7. It will be moderated by journalist Guy-Claude Agboton and it will count with the knowledge of interior architects from OitoemPonto, Artur Miranda and Jacques Bec as well as Joana Astolfi designer from Astolfi Studio and Amândio Pereira, founder of Covet Foundation.
When several European designers moved to Portugal, the media asked them why. Two answers come back; the existence of craftsmanship skills and a certain state of mind with the human at the center. Truth or fantasy?
Portugal has been increasingly a game changer in the Design field, injecting considerable verve into a previously conservative industry as well as bringing a new fresh inspiration worldwide. As the luxury home design world is moving at a fast pace to improve authenticity and differentiation, top-notch quality has been relying on finest craftsmanship to create unique pieces for one of a kind interiors. An emerging realm that has been in the spotlight where the meticulous and hard-earned skills from master artisans are treasured.
When in Paris, one cannot go without experiencing the city’s most glamorous luxury hotels. Below, you can find a list featuring 20 of the best hospitality venues one must experience while attending the event.
Paris is also filled with some of the world’s best fine dining restaurants. In this segment, you’ll get to see a series of them, and actually, all of them have been awarded more than two Michelin stars, so certainly a sumptuous gastronomic experience awaits you.
As a whole, Maison et Objet promises to deliver a creative and diverse space replete with uniqueness and business opportunities. Don’t forget the event starts on the 18th and there’s plenty of time to visit other attractions in the city as well.