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The Maison et Objet 2018 is almost here, so, it is time for us to prepare our own itinerary in one of the best design events in the world. Your favourite interior design brands will be represented there, and we don’t want you to miss a thing! Join Daily Design News and access our exclusive list of the best interior design brands represented at the ever-amazing Maison et Objet Paris.


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Fendi Casa



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 ambience. Fendi Casa, with every new collection, seems bond to deliver surprising and innovative designs, with forgetting their signature classy touch.


Vincent Sheppard



Vincent Sheppard has been designing and manufacturing indoor and outdoor furniture with exceptional comfort since 1992. The company is a worldwide market leader in ‘Lloyd Loom’ furniture, a technique where Kraft paper is twisted around a metal wire and woven into unique furniture pieces.





WALL&DECÓ was born from an intuition of Christian Benini, founder and creative director of the brand, originally advertising photographer: in reproducing huge green leaves as wall background sheets for his sets, did not imagine that those reproductions would have changed his life.




Royal Stranger



Royal Stranger is a new exclusive Portuguese furniture brand determined to bring you the best unique pieces of art and design. Fusing, technology, art and the best craftsmanship, the brand strives to deliver the best, state of the art furniture.


Tom Dixon



Design Research Studio is the interior, product and branding design consultancy at the heart of the Tom Dixon organisation. It 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.





From the first comb of a cashmere goat to the local Mongolian communities who spin the yarn, we know that the brand is achieving full sustainability. However, alongside some of the most progressive voices in the fashion industry, the brand is more committed than ever to achieving this, which is why they are proud to announce a partnership with the Sustainable Fibre Alliance (SFA). Oyuna fuses environmental and cultural awareness with amazing, luxurious designs.





BRABBU 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, the brand passes on a unique experience in every piece they design and produce.


Boca do Lobo



Boca do Lobo is an edgy, risk-taker luxury design brand that, with every product, seems to amaze even more the design community. With a signature contemporary style, the brand adds a touch of avant-garde mixed with bold elements and materials.





Always on the cutting edge of lighting design, DelightFULL has come a long way in the design industry. Always filled with amazing and inspirational designs, the DelightFULL stand at the Maison et Objet 2018 is an absolute must-see.


Essential Home



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. The brand deals with different, intimate and cosy ambiences that express elegance and luxury. Conveyed by the use of high-quality materials, Essential Home‘s pieces have a mid-century modern signature that makes it irresistible to us all.




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