Maison et Objet 2022 Is Here! An Era Of New Luxury Awakens – It’s almost time for Maison et Objet 2022! Between March 24th and March 28th, Paris will host an exhibition of the greatest in interior design, choosing Paris Nord Villepinte once again as the venue for this magnificent event. This fair is well-known around the world for its ability to reveal forthcoming trends and fascinating new products that are entirely out-of-the-box and thus more than worthy of being shown to the rest of the world.
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For this new issue of the fair, Maison et Objet puts luxury front and center, allowing us to re-examine its many creative forms. Will you fall prey to the seductions of “Ûber Luxury” or “Lux Populis”?
With one foot firmly placed in the past and the other firmly planted in the future, the “Ûber Luxury” combines great workmanship with cutting-edge technology. Designers collaborate with scientists to develop materials, fabrics are adorned with silk, copper, and LED threads, sofas become fully connected products, and waiting lists for these increasingly exclusive items of desire grow longer.
The “Lux Populis” is fuelled by a generation that grew up with reality TV, Instagram, and TikTok, as well as an awareness of inclusive values, and rides the pop culture wave, drawing influence from street culture. Luxury enters the streets, “Master Chefs” on TV become cooking celebrities, limited-edition shoes sell out quickly, and street artists, like Banksy and JR, are suddenly gracing collectors’ living rooms as a result of this trend.
There are no fewer than four new places available for visitors! The What’s New? areas focus on a forward-thinking, curated selection of all that’s new this season, with products selected from the exhibitors’ collections.
How do you make your offer stand out in an ultra-competitive landscape? The Museum Tour has François Bernard responding to this question with a detailed, nuanced response and highlights several exhibitors at Maison&Objet.
Rare Times… François Delclaux pays tribute to these household things that contribute to our domestic pleasure and make our houses a shelter that protects us from the tumultuous world outside through a theatrical, poetic approach.
The mineral, dreamy, and inspiring atmosphere that Elements Of Nature gives is a one-of-a-kind sensory getaway into a discovery of three zones that pay homage to the various forms of nature.
So Home Hotel: The incredible story of a genuinely one-of-a-kind mansion highlights an underlying trend affecting the world of luxury: the gradual blurring of lines between premium hotel services and our daily life.
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From hotel to retail, cutting-edge interior design options are available. LIVE presentations and conversations will take place HERE, ranging from remarkable designers to a study of the latest trends. You may also watch crucial videos from Maison&Objet Academy that are generally only available to subscribers: best practices and expert suggestions for staying ahead of market trends or expanding your industry expertise. The event promises to be incredibly instructional and a complete change of environment, with no blah blah. There will be renowned professionals and a slew of well-known names in attendance!
In March, a brand-new B-to-B event in Paris will bring together, in one circuit, the 65 sites that make up the Parisian ecosystem of décor excellence: decorators, interior designers, galleries, great maisons, and extraordinary craftspeople. Its collaboration with Maison&Objet Paris, a prestigious trade show for experts in the fields of decor, design, and lifestyle. It will offer a tailor-made circuit for discovering all of the excellence of French decorative arts, as well as a one-of-a-kind opportunity to establish business relationships within intimate showroom settings by allowing visitors to access treasures that they might not otherwise have access to without a guide and allowing participants to meet an international clientele in their own spaces.
It was a magical experience. The international art collective teamLab comes to Maison&Objet Paris with “Resonating Microcosms of Life – Solidified Light Color,” a new, fully immersive installation where nature meets the digital world, combining art and technology.
Franklin Azzi, the Maison et Objet Designer of the Year, is a multi-faceted creative with a wide range of influences. Franklin Azzi is a French architect and the founder of the Franklin Azzi Architecture firm in Paris’s 2nd arrondissement. On the theme of “Work,” visitors to the fair will find his expressive zone.
The sun will rise on the design world’s Rising Talent once more in March 2022, with its rays shining brightly on Japan’s up-and-coming stars this time. Conversations are slowly resuming, and the globe is gradually reuniting, much to everyone’s satisfaction, after having our wings cut for so many months as a result of the pandemic. Maison et Objet has always championed and supported Japanese design, and it has a prominent place in the Parisian trade fair’s programs and directories. With the Rising Talent Awards in Hall 6 set to shine a light on Japanese design from the 24th to the 28th March 2022 – a golden opportunity to discover this young generation’s ambitious creations and unbridled imagination – Japan’s up-and-coming design talent is set to take center stage at the trade fair once again.
This significant design competition, which is the result of a collaboration between Maison et Objet, AUBE, and Chaoshang, aims to find the greatest designers from China or China-related projects. At the fair, come meet the award team!
The first-ever online platform for great interior design from current celebrities and up-and-coming designers. The Invisible Collection presents its concept of sustainable luxury and handcrafted quality.
With a new version, “La suite N°4” (Suite #4), designed by star designer and visionary Mathieu Lehanneur, Renault promises to violate all the norms and give its cult-favorite 4L model a new shine. Find out more about this wonderful vehicle.
The most popular furniture and objects on our site have been carefully selected by significant figures in the world of decor, as well as our trend team, and are ready for you to discover right now. Take advantage of the inspiration!
MatériO’ displays unique works from its Paris shop in its materials archive. Come learn about these cutting-edge materials and technologies, be inspired, and add a touch of the sublime to your next project!
Are you looking for a content platform that addresses the difficulties that professionals face? At the fair, there was a live demonstration of it! A program of flagship videos was broadcast every day, coupled with a crew to answer your queries. Participate in the Academy!
This room, which shows 100 percent repurposed products, is composed of wood salvaged from the Maison&Objet Paris fair in September 2021. Fab City Grand Paris is a company based in Paris, France.
For furniture, there is no waste! This industry-designated eco-agency has devised easy, cost-free alternatives for repurposing or enhancing our furniture.
The objective of this ambitious biennale, which is already celebrating its 16th anniversary, is to support today’s emerging generation of designers and textile producers. The creations of the five finalists from 2021 will be on display.
This 700 m2 pavilion, organized by APIMA, brings together 17 firms from the realms of furniture, decorative textiles, lighting, and decor, including both established names and newcomers. Furniture and Related Industries Association of Portugal.
Maison&Objet allows legendary designers from various creative universes (installation designers, interior designers, designers) carte blanche to imagine meals and rest rooms as well as a memorable visitor experience…