The Ultimate lifestyle and design platform, Maison et Objet Paris returns to Paris Nord Villepinte for yet another enlightening edition, from 19-23 January 2018. The world’s most beloved tradeshow is the perfect stage for industry professionals and design enthusiasts to discover new trends and expressions in a multitude of sectors. Each year, Maison et Objet promises and delivers a creative and diverse space replete with uniqueness and business opportunities. Today, Daily Design News will uncover a complete guide that will help you discover the best features that take place at the prestigious event, from general information to top exhibitors as well as luxury hotels located nearby and parallel events to the Maison et Objet 2018 so you can experience the Parisian spirit to the fullest!


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—  General Information  —

Opening Time:

From Friday to Monday: 09:30 am to 07:00 pm.
Tuesday: 09:30 am to 06:00 pm.

The event will feature a brand new campaign designed by Parisian graphic design studio Be-Pôles. Through the use of a color gradient, the studio has asserted the trade show’s new visual identity, which is totally in synch with the Maison et Objet’s essence.

Below, you can see a show map highlighting the three worlds of the esteemed trade show. MAISON&OBJET PARIS now offers a clearer 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 its unique itinerary. A new offer that has been created to facilitate communication and the unearthing of new products.

If you want to know everything that is happening at M&O, 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.

In addition, you can also explore the MOM platform 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, etc., not to mention that you can get into direct contact with leading players in the industry.

—  Inspirations Theme: SHOW-ROOM  —

Vincent Grégoire from the renowned Agency NellyRodi is set to design the Inspirations Space and the Bookshop-Café following this year’s theme, which is about the revolution present in consumer behavior in all things related to decor.


“Through digital technologies, consumers now have access to product information, can compare prices, and even have the possibility to share comments on the products and rate them. A new generation of hyper-connected and hyper-informed consumers is reclaiming control … This is what we have called the showroomisation trend*: it is no longer the product that makes the consumer, but the consumer that makes the product.” – Vincent Grégoire


—  Designer of the Year  —

Quite recently, Cecilie Manz was recognized by Maison et Objet as the designer of the year. Manz is regarded as one of the best Scandinavian designers in the world. One of the most vital processes to her creative process is finding and maintaining the balance between civilization and nature. Despite her taste for experimenting with new materials and exploring original functions, whenever Manz sits down at her drawing table the process is invariable but always stunning!

Come January, Cecilie Manz will showcase an exhibition of her existing products as well as new designs in a warm and minimalist set, a constant that can be found in the designer’s creations.

— Rising Talent Awards  —

For the upcoming edition, Maison et Objet goes to Italy. The Rising Talent Awards feature six young Italian designers which were nominated by influential figures of the industry. Federica Biasi was chosen by Andrea Branzi, Antonio Facco by Giulio Cappellini, Marco Lavit Nicora was selected by Rosita Missoni, Kensaku Oshiro was picked by Piero Lissoni, Federico Peri was nominated by Luca Nichetto whereas Guglielmo Poletti was chosen by Rossana Orlandi. As a whole, this will come as a “wonderful opportunity for them to show their immense potential.”


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  —  Top Exhibitors to Follow  —

Here you can discover sixty of the most esteemed exhibitors that are set to present their latest products and classics at Maison et Objet.

Antonio Lupi

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS | Hall 8 — Stand C64

 

Antoniolupi is a Tuscan company that for more than sixty years has distinguished itself in the Italian and International markets for their bathroom furnishings projects.

Art et Floritude

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR GALLERY | Hall 7

ART ET FLORITUDE is a French manufacturer specialized in high-end and bespoke lighting sculpture.

Bloomingville

COSY | Hall 2 — Stand C68 / D67

The BLOOMINGVILLE Collections are Danish design combined with the Nordic trends of the moment. Always keeping your ever-changing home in mind.

Boca do Lobo

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR GALLERY | Hall 7 — Stand H2 / I1

BOCA DO LOBO’s furniture is an exclusive emotional experience, a sense of belonging and a state of mind. The brands strive to encourage sensational experiences by creating beautiful pieces which are passionately inspired and handcrafted in Portugal by a team that loves what they do.

Bosa

NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE | Hall 7

BOSA presents precious objects designed by artists from all over the world, to newly interpret ceramic in a new look.

Brabbu

ACTUEL| Hall 5B — Stand M29 / N30

BRABBU is a design brand that reflects an intense way of living, bringing fierceness, strength, and power into an urban lifestyle.

Brokis

NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE | Hall 7

Brokis produces exclusive glass lighting born of the skill of outstanding artisans continuing the age-old Bohemian glassblowing tradition.

Circu

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR GALLERY | Hall 7 — Stand F16 / G15

CIRCU’s world is full of magic and fantasy, where children’s dreams turn into reality! CIRCU wants to create spaces where children fall asleep playing, surrounded by life and joy.

Covet House

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR GALLERY | Hall 7 — Stand H16 / I15

Covet House consists of a place where designers, architects, press, bloggers, and field experts come together for a design celebration. It takes you on a journey where innovation meets comfort and Luxury.

Delightfull

NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE | Hall 7 — Stand E46 / F45

DELIGHTFULL’s lighting cultivates a sincere passion for innovation and a true dedication to the revival of local artisan craftsmanship through long-lasting masterpieces.

Designheure

NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE | Hall 7

DESIGNHEURE is a French brand of decorative contemporary lighting, representing the French chic elegance on high-end contract and commercial projects.

Essential Home

NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE | Hall 7 — Stand E40 / F39

Essential Home is the epitome of bohemian retro design. Its mid-century modern lines merge from important historical references from the ‘30s and 60’s. The harmony of masculine and feminine, classic and contemporary, high and low, is integral to the brand’s sense of style.

Expormim

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS | Hall 8 — Stand C87

For 50 years, the brand has conceived unique furniture pieces for indoor and outdoor use with a commitment to quality and design.

Fendi Casa

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS | Hall 8 — Stand A63

Fendi Casa has a rich repertoire of luxury furniture for your home. With an avant-garde intake mixed with retro details, every piece of their collections adds elegance, luxury, and exclusivity to every ambiance.

Formagenda

NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE

FORMAGENDA’s lamps stand for emotion and association. They resist the purely functional and the fashionable. FORMAGENDA creates lamps that matter.

Gervasoni

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS | Hall 8 — Stand C88

GERVASONI produces high-level furniture for indoor and outdoor use supplying the residential and contract market.

Ibride

NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE | Hall 7 — Stand D2 / E1

Under the IBRIDE brand name, a series of unique collections has blossomed, where each and every object embraces its own mythology.

Jonathan Adler

ELEGANT | Hall 3 — Stand E6 / F5

Jonathan Adler is a design company dedicated to bringing Modern American Glamour to your life.

Kalmar Werkstätten

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR GALLERY | Hall 7

KALMAR WERKSTÄTTEN believes that producing great design demands flawless execution. The company is founded on Austria’s rich craftsmanship tradition and, in collaboration with today’s noteworthy designers, they propel it into the future.

Koket

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR GALLERY | Hall 7 — Stand F28 / G27

KOKET is devoted to the exquisite bringing empowering style to a highly edited collection of furniture, passing on a distinguished sense of entitlement.

Kyoto Collection

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR GALLERY | Hall 7

Kyoto Collection offers comfortable home decorating ideas using KYOTO’s natural materials and superior manufacturing skills.

La Chance

NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE | Hall 7

LA CHANCE is a furniture design company with a unique identity that stands out within a graphical, colorful, structural and luxurious environment.

Lalique

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS | Hall 8 — Stand B6 / C5

The name Lalique evokes the brilliance of crystal, the wonder of transparency and the radiance of jewelry.

Lasvit

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS | Hall 8 — Stand C59

Lasvit combines the authenticity of glass with innovative technologies and creative craftsmanship. In a few short years, Lasvit has established themselves as the authority delivering bespoke lighting sculptures and art installations made from hand-blown glass.

LCD Textile Edition

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR GALLERY | Hall 7 — Stand J / J38

The LCD TEXTILE collection presents a collection of innovative fabrics made of converted, metallic and fire-resistant technical fibers.

Leblon Delienne

NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE

Leblon Delienne loves pop culture and contemporary art! The brand draws inspiration from comics, movies, TV shows, rock music, pop or urban art and breathes life into heroes through licensed figurines, ultra design daily or decorative items.

Les Ottomans

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR GALLERY

LES OTTOMANS is a brand born to create unique, custom-made and handmade pieces focusing on savoir-faire and artisanal expertise.

Letti&Co

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS | Hall 8 — Stand C92

Delicate and inviting. Familiar and unconventional. Inspired by different influences. Dedicated to joyfully elegant homes. Imaginative and timeless.

Ligne Roset

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS | Hall 8 — Stand A6 / B5

LIGNE ROSET: a passion for design developed over 150 years. Seating, furniture, and decoration.

Lladró

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS

Founded in 1953, LLADRÓ is a worldwide leader in the design, manufacturing, and distribution of a wide range of artistic porcelain creations.

L’OBJET

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS | Hall 8

L’OBJET aspires to create designs for the home that are both luxurious and functional works of art, crafted with the highest degree of excellence.

Lobmeyr

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR GALLERY

Classics of fine handmade crystal and light by Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos, and Ted Muehling since 1823.

LUXXU

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS | Hall 8 — Stand B103

Designing luxury lighting pieces, the brand blends the traditional forms with a unique elegant expression where the classics acquire new concepts using the contemporary personality.

Maison Valentina

ACTUEL | Hall 5B — Stand D26

This luxury brand specialized in providing a collection capable of making your projects came true, with high-end solutions like bathtubs, washbasins and free-standing washbasins, etc.

Meridiani

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS | Hall 8 — Stand C96

MERIDIANI interprets tradition with contemporary style. Simple, pure lines suggest a new luxury, sophisticated yet natural and relaxed.

Michael Aram

ELEGANT | Hall 3 — Stand D6 / E5

Forging New Traditions. MICHAEL ARAM is an internationally renowned American designer who has lived and worked in India since 1989.

Molo

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS | Hall 8 — Stand C72

Molo studio explores overlapping realms of art, architecture and design, creating diverse projects.

Native Union

NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE

Native Union is a creative lifestyle brand that designs and develops premium products for the entrepreneurial lifestyle.

Ochre

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR GALLERY

Oyuna

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR GALLERY | Hall 7

Meticulously crafted luxury cashmere for both home and travel, combining the wild origins of Mongolian cashmere with the creative energy of London.

Petite Friture

NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE | Hall 7 — Stand E2 / F1

PETITE FRITURE has taste for emerging and audacious creation, one that bypasses frontiers and provokes emotion.

Porada

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS | Hall 8 — Stand C80

Founded by Luigi Allievi, Porada was born from the love of the wood in 1948, with the aim of expanding its production of chairs through the use of the best craftsmanship wood techniques.

Pullcast

Moved by the concept of design component unity, Pullcast creates elements that support each other. Pullcast jewelry hardware is the key complement to your piece of furniture, the vibrating reflection of what details can add to a loving object.

Reflections Copenhagen

NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE

Designed in Copenhagen, Julie Hugau, and Andrea Larsson, inspired by the graphic expression of Art Deco, explore the vast contrasts of the 1980’s and the delicate materials that the mirror and the crystal are made of.

Republic of Fritz Hansen

NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE | Hall 7 — Stand B28

Crafting timeless design, the Republic of Fritz Hansen is an exclusive, international design brand whose timeless collection unites world-famous classic and contemporary furniture.

Royal Stranger

ACTUEL

ROYAL STRANGER is a new exclusive furniture brand determined to bring you unique pieces of art and design. Fusing technology, art and outstanding craftsmanship, we strive to deliver the finest state of the art furniture.

Rug’Society

ACTUEL | Hall 5B — Stand E41 / F42

With specialized designers, the brand aims to bring the history and culture of tapestry to a current design in a way not to be just rugs, but works of art.

Seletti

NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE | Hall 7 — Stand A / A91

Being a history of vision and evolution, SELETTI focuses on design projects and on the creativity which characterizes the Italian excellence.

Sika Design

COSY | Hall 2 — Stand C / C2

SIKA DESIGN presents its collection in natural rattan. The combination of Scandinavian design and 60 years of experience.

Tina Frey Designs

NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE

Tina Frey Designs specializes in producing modern designs in resin. The collection ranges from organic shapes to sleek lines including furniture, home and workspace accessories, useful objects, tableware, barware, and vessels.

Tom Dixon

NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE | Hall 7 — Stand A / A41

Tom Dixon studio has been quietly working for the last 12 years on a broad selection of innovative projects and products for a wide variety of partners, brands, developers, and entrepreneurs. The luxury brand delivers creative designs destined to inspire the world.

Tuuci

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS | Hall 8 — Stand B84 / C83

TUUCI has become an iconic brand known for innovative, stylish and functionally superior shade systems; systems that are tested to endure the harsh wind-swept, sun-drenched and moisture-rich environments on the planet.

 Villari

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS | Hall 8 — Stand B52 / C51

Villari is an iconic Italian luxury brand, a significant player in the interior design field that has a long-standing history with a trusted brand name.

Vincent Sheppard

ACTUEL | Hall 7 — Stand B60 / C59

Vincent Sheppard has been designing and manufacturing indoor and outdoor furniture with exceptional seating comfort since 1992.

Vista Alegre

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS | Hall 8 — Stand B72

Innovation, design, function and client service are the objectives of VISTA ALEGRE ATLANTIS, the largest Iberian group in tableware and giftware.

Vita Copenhagen

HOME & FASHION Accessories | Hall 6

Vita is a place where beautiful Danish lighting design meets the Scandinavian feel, high-quality materials and a genuine care for the environment.

Vondom

NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE | Hall 7 – 8 — Stand B44

A lifestyle, a way of being. That’s VONDOM. Vanguard In & Out furniture made with passion. Designed by and for dynamic people, innovators, curious types, like you, who enjoy fashion and trends, and demand the best quality in everything around them.

Wall&Decò

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS | Hall 8 — Stand B64 / C63

WonderGlass

SCÈNES D’INTÈRIEUR PARIS | Hall 8 — Stand C23

WonderGlass design–led glass installations and chandeliers are the combination of inventive, original design and traditional craftsmanship, making WonderGlass a unique brand on the international art scene.

Zaha Hadid Design

NOW! DESIGN À VIVRE | Hall 7 — Stand D52 / E51v

Zaha Hadid Design is a contemporary design practice, established in 2006 by the late Zaha Hadid, which explores applications of scale, space, material, experience, and innovation.

—  Other Design Events to Visit  —

During this season, the capital of design, love, fashion and lights completely submerges itself in a multitude of events that completely raise the bar.

Paris Fashion Week

17 – 25 January 2018

Paris is a fashion capital every day of the year, but especially when Fashion Week arrives each year. Paris Fashion Week caps off the international design season after shows in New York, London and Milan. The January edition focuses on men’s fashion.

Paris Déco Off

18 – 22 January 2018

Acting as a “rendezvous” between international interior designers and decoration editors, the event invites everyone eager to know the latest and best designs, to a festive environment through the streets of Paris and onto the most stylish and innovative showrooms. Paris Déco Off allows individuals to discover the world’s most outstanding fabric collections, home accessories and furniture designs.

Paris Cocktail Week

21-28 January 2017

The third edition of the city’s only cocktail fest, organized by Eric Fossard and Thierry Daniel, will play out over 50 top Parisian bars.

Paris Graphic Design Festival

January 11 – February 22, 2018

International graphic design Rendez-Vous in Paris, Graphic Design Festival Paris is an entirely free event dedicated to graphic design: a program for professionals, students, young graphic designers and the general public.

—  Where to Stay  —

Based in the Parc des Expositions de, Maison et Objet 2018 is almost upon us, CovetED has gathered some of the best luxury hotels in the city, that one should most definitely experience while attending the event, so don’t waste another minute and start booking.

Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris

Just a few steps away from the Champs-Elysées, featuring private terraces with commanding Paris city views, signature lavish flower displays, top-of-the-line spa treatments and Michelin-awarded dining, Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris redefines luxury in the City of Light.

⇒ Address: 31 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France

Hotel de Crillon

With most rooms having a balcony and views of the Eiffel Tower, the hotel features a spa, an indoor swimming pool with atypical decoration and a fireplace area.

⇒ Address: 10 Place de la Concorde, 75008 Paris, France

Hôtel Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris

Hôtel Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris is a 5-star luxury hotel refurbished by the world-renowned designer Philippe Starck. 500 metres from the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées, the hotel boasts a swimming pool and a 99-seat cinema.

⇒ Address: 37 Avenue Hoche, 75008 Paris, France

Hotel Plaza Athenée Paris

The luxurious 5-star Hotel Plaza Athenee Paris features a Dior Institute spa, 5 restaurants, a cocktail bar and a seasonal ice-skating rink. It offers elegant accommodation with marble bathrooms and a 5-minute walk from Avenue Champs Elysées.

⇒ Address: 25 Avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris, France

The Peninsula Paris

Just 400 meters from the Arc de Triomphe, Hotel The Peninsula Paris offers a spa, a 22-meter indoor pool and a rooftop restaurant with 360° views over the beautiful city.

⇒ Address: 19 Avenue Kléber, 75116 Paris, France

Le Bristol Paris

Le Bristol Paris offers a rooftop swimming pool with an authentic inner French garden and views of Paris rooftops, the Eiffel Tower and Montmartre in the background.

⇒ Address: 112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, France

Le Meurice

Ideally located opposite the Tuileries Garden, between Place de la Concorde and the Louvre Museum, Le Meurice is a serene place, where 18th-century architecture meets the latest in contemporary comfort and elegance.

⇒ Address: 228 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France

Mandarin Oriental Paris

Located in Paris city centre, Mandarin Oriental Paris boasts a minimalist décor inspired by haute couture and renowned fashion houses. Set on two levels, the spa and wellness centre is complete with an indoor pool, a steam room and spa suites with private steam shower and changing room.

⇒ Address: 251 Rue Saint Honoré, 75001 Paris, France

Ritz Paris

Ritz Paris boasts a selection of bars and restaurants, a fitness center and a spa and wellness center which includes a pool, sauna and massage facilities. The hotel also features a garden and business centre.

⇒ Address: 15 Place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, France

Shangri-La Hotel Paris

Shangri-La Hotel Paris is a palace hotel located across the Seine and facing the Eiffel Tower. It reflects both Asian hospitality and French art de vivre. The hotel has 3 restaurants, two of which have a Michelin star. An indoor pool and a spa are also featured.

⇒ Address: 10 Avenue d’Iéna, 75116 Paris, France


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In conclusion, the multicultural platform of contemporary living provides a source of exclusive and forward-looking information to help understand and foresee market trends. Now, take a look at the best moments from the most recent edition of the event and get your Maison et Objet feels back on track because another season of design novelties and trends is fast approaching.



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