The first edition of Maison et Objet is getting closer and for this special interior design event, where Boca do Lobo and partner brands are expected to showcase the best of luxury furniture, there’s a lot going on. To help you with the demanding task of choosing what to see in Paris during this trade show, today we’re giving you a short list of design exhibitions that you can see during Maison et Objet.
An exhibition space where nature takes over, expressing itself in all its first states, and where all the forms and materials are reconnected with elements to be in line with mother earth.
In a world consumed by technology, urbanization and excessive domestication, the imaginary gets wilder off the beaten tracks, and finds refuge in the innocence of an essential, preserved landscape, untouched.
The WILD Café-Bookstore
You can also take an excursion to browse through or purchase the Inspirations Book as well as a selection of inspiring publications, in the wild atmosphere of a café to fit the Wild Theme.
As usual, Maison et Objet also promotes a space for debate and discussion. From hospitality to retail, from exceptional designers to advanced solutions for interior design and trend analyses, this Conference Room will host 5 lectures a day.
What Design Can Do by Pols Potten
This edition, Potten brings to Maison et Objet a spicy collection of hand-crafted products. Candid furniture, gorgeous vases, colourful glassware, eccentric porcelain and more. Through this surprising exhibit revolving around four “moodboards” you can testify the purity of whites, the uniqueness of soft colors, the power of reds and the raw force of ethnic inspiration.
What a Loving and Beautiful World
TeamLab gives you an immersive dream experience and invites you to explore the virtual world through a simple hand gesture. In front of a giant screen, visitors can touch ideograms and free the virtual world inside us all. The worlds interact with each other, creating unique experiences.
Abécédaire des Métiers d’Art
The trend forum of Ateliers d’Art de France explores into this extraordinary repertoire of fine craft, a comprehensive inventory of all its wealth thanks to a variable-geometry exhibition area, midway between educational installation and poetic abecedarium.
Eva by Eugeni Quitllet with Designerbox
Maison et Objet Paris’s January 2016 Designer of the Year, Eugeni Quitllet, showcases EVA, a fire vase developed in collaboration with DesignerBox that arose from the idea of having form emerge on the surface. An object that perfectly represents the idea of industrialized poetry.
One of a Kind to Infinity
The designer also offers his take on the interaction between unique pieces and mass production. Dive into his world by discovering this unusual exhibit. As a sneak preview: a unique piece involving aluminum with Neal Feay; a chair for Habitat; and the ONA Bluetooth radio speaker with Lexon.
If you’re planning to attend Maison et Objet, don’t forget to see Boca do Lobo‘s latest novelties at Hall 7, Stand I2 – J1.