Maison Et Objet 2022 is just around the corner! Paris will be the venue for showcasing the finest of the interior design industry from March 24th to March 28th. Paris Nord Villepinte has been chosen as the venue for this wonderful event, Maison et Objet, which is recognized across the world for its ability to exhibit forthcoming trends and fascinating new goods that are entirely out-of-the-box and, thus, more than worthy to be displayed to the world. Inspiration and Ideas will share with you the ultimate guide for the long-awaited event!
MAISON ET OBJET 2022 EVENT GUIDE
This lifestyle event offers a whole range of products and experiences. Decoration, design, furniture, accessories, textiles, fragrances, tableware, and many more are especially shown for every design enthusiast. Every exhibitor comes to Maison Et Objet to show off their most stunning and unique works, which consistently establish fantastic trends and ideas.
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THE MUST-VISIT STANDS
Top luxury brands will be displaying their greatest products at Maison Et Objet, and you are welcome to be inspired by them. Numerous luxury companies will be present at Maison Et Objet 2022, showcasing their newest furniture items and design concepts. Check out top luxury brands such as Covet House, Fendi Casa, Vista Alegre, Lladró, and many others that are truly stunning!
As per usual, Covet Group will be represented at Maison Et Objet with a super stand by Covet House that will incorporate pieces for all tastes and from of the most luxury furniture brands, namely, including Boca do Lobo. Don’t miss the chance to enjoy the ultimate luxury experience.
Soho Sideboard named the first collection of Boca do Lobo, boosting its first international steps. It was presented for the first time in London, one of the biggest and international stages of design. The attitude and irreverence reflected by this piece made it an icon, never unnoticed in any part of the world. Drawers that count different and varied techniques from glass to wood, lacquer color to mirror and gold leaf compose this contemporary sideboard, finely refined by brass handles.
Lapiaz center table takes exceptional craftsmanship and design to a new realm. Finding beauty in the most unexpected places, this contemporary design piece is inspired by authentic karst formations.
Through a passionate explosion of romance and drama, the Venice Mirror stirs emotion in anyone that catches its eye. This luxury mirror represents Boca do Lobo’s ambition to bring value to true craftsmanship through contemporary design.
Eden Freestanding is inspired by the shape of a tree stump. This amazing organically shaped freestanding is made of casted aluminum, and its built-in sink has a special rough-textured surface, reminding of growth rings.
Inspired by the Swan Lake Op. 20, ballet composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Odette Modern Sofa tells the story of a princess turned into a swan by an evil sorcerer’s curse.
A demonstration of both imagination and strong design skills, the Monochrome console is a remarkable piece that stands out in any room or setting. This console expresses a leading edge outlook through its daring curvy shapes and gold tones.
Combining an avant-garde approach with classic and emblematic lines, Nº 11 features remarkable craftsmanship and embodies the richest metalwork techniques from which skilled artisans built their reputation throughout the years.
L’Chandelier is a dreamy, elegant and luxurious lightning piece, incomparable and impressive as the romantic Champs-Élysées avenue. This piece offers a fine balance of warm sophistication and metal edginess. Infinitely beautiful. Classical. Exquisite.
Lapiaz console takes exceptional craftsmanship and design to a new realm. With the inside finished in polished brass, and an exterior finished in a warmth walnut root wood veneer, its organic features are achieved through the manual fitting of the brass sheet, conveying both dynamics and elegance!
- PEDRALI – Hall 7 / C102
Pedrali is an Italian company that produces contemporary furniture for contract and residential. the collection is the result of careful and accurate research aimed to create functional and versatile industrial design products made of metal, plastic materials, wood as well as upholstery.
- INSTABILELAB – Hall 6 / K103
From the very beginning Instabilelab has never set out to be a simple wallpaper company, but a creative container in which different solutions can be studied, always linked to the world of graphics. A real laboratory of creativity and experimentation in which designers, architects and printers work in synergy to create unique products and projects that are always different and distinctive.
- DÔME DECO – HALL 6 / E2 – G1
Dôme Deco is specialized in the design and production of complete interior collections for the B2B market. Clients are interior architects working on hotels, restaurants, co-working spaces, and residential projects. For projects on a larger scale, Dôme Deco offers a full made to measure approach. Additionally, the label is distributed by retailers worldwide.
CONFERENCES AND DEBATES
From hospitality to retail, cutting-edge solutions for interior design. From exceptional designers to an analysis of the latest trends, live talks and discussions will be happening. Designing A Decorative Setting Around A Collection: It’s A Real Art! by Charles Zana and Daniel Rozenstroch, Waste Age & The Power of Design by Brodie Neill and Gemma Curtin or Rare Craftsmanship For Interior Design by Fanny Boucher, Stephen Leprizé and Nicolas Pinon are just a few.
Maison Et Objet 2022 has elected Franklin Azzi as the designer of the year for this edition! The architect has expanded his skills in architecture, furniture, and urban design throughout France and overseas since the founding of his firm in 2006. The firm’s headquarters are located in a former industrial workshop in Paris’s 2nd Arrondissement. Franklin Azzi Architecture (FAA) employs a diverse team of about 40 people, including architects, interior designers, decorators, graphic designers, art historians, and parametric design researchers, among others. A process of communal reflection emerges as a result of being at the intersection of so many disciplines.