Maison et Objet 2020 is the international authority for home decor, interior design, architecture, and lifestyle culture and design through its shows, events and its digital platform. This design event happens every January and September, so you know that the next edition it’s almost here to start the new year with a bang! Known in the design community as the event that dictates the best of the design world, Maison et Objet 2020 will surely display all the new design trends and incredible products by top luxury brands.
From the days 17-21 of January, the city of lights welcomes one of the biggest furniture design fairs of the world, and let this Parisian modern design journey stun you. So pack your bags and let yourself be guided through the city of Paris.
Every single year at Maison et Objet, expectancies are high. People who come from all around the world are guaranteed to experience the best from the best and design brands deliver a one for the books experience when stepping foot into their stands. These brands that we presented to you are some of the luxury design brands that will be at Maison Et Objet 2020 in Paris, but many more will be present. So what a great time to visit Paris and get to know the latest trends in the interior design world.
SELETTI focuses on design projects and on the creativity which characterizes Italian excellence. Ever since it was established in 1964 in Cicognara, Mantova has pursued its mission of making the most of professionalism, service and above all an endless product research, striving for improvement, innovation, and originality in their furniture design.
FENDI CASA offers an elegant and cosmopolitan luxury lifestyle, with a collection that ranges from contemporary to modern or classic.
BOCA DO LOBO
HALL 8 | C3
Boca do Lobo is another luxury brand that you will find at Maison Et Objet 2020. 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.
A few of the pieces that you will see at the design event:
WALL&DECÒ is a creative inspiration boasting an ongoing balance between planning and design, photographic hyperrealism and graphics, research and formal immediacy. It is a new approach to wall decoration, an expression of trends and suggestive settings, boasting a unique design and a strong visual impact.
VINCENT SHEPPARD has been designing and manufacturing indoor and outdoor furniture with exceptional seating comfort since 1992. Today, VINCENT SHEPPARD exclusive furniture is exported to more than 40 countries. By constantly challenging itself and its design aesthetics, the brand is able to present young and contemporary furniture collections that answer to all modern needs. They combine a clear focus on quality and comfort with the craftsmanship and an age-old technique and translate these ingredients into qualitative, durable and appealing furniture design.
A collection of exclusive furniture that explores new frontiers between what can be considered art and furniture design. This collection strengthens ROYAL STRANGER’s identity and it pushes new boundaries in technique and design. Royal Stranger is an exclusive furniture brand which is determined to offer unique pieces of art and design. By making a fusion of the design, art and the best work of craftsmen, we strive to offer the best state of the art in handmade furniture.
Established in 1989, with over 25 years of experience, Zodiac has become one of the most distinguished names in the luxury industry by offering exclusive glamour, quality, and innovation with its bathroom accessory range.
LABYRINTHE INTERIORS present its own and unique collection of lighting and furniture products and that in many styles.
In case you want to make your stay during Maison et Objet 2020 even more luxurious, we have the most perfect spots for you. From the most high-end luxury hotels in Paris to the best places to dine at. Are you ready to see the 10 most amazing stops in Paris? In this article, you can find some of the best restaurants in Paris and choose where do you want to appreciate one of the best cuisines in the world.
Jonathan Adler is an American designer, potter, and author. Adler launched his first ceramic collection in 1993 at Barneys New York. Five years later he expanded into the home furniture, opening his first namesake boutique in Soho, Manhattan. He now has 17 stores and runs an eponymous design business.
The Italian furniture design brand Seletti methodically announces design trends and modern art into everyday life, producing modern furniture, carpets, and dishes with prints of current artists.
Zaha Hadid Design is one of the most influential names of the modern design world. The creations of ground-breaking pieces are guaranteed and that is one many people look up to these designs, always with the promise of owning furniture design items that will stand out in their interior design.
WHERE TO EAT
Le Grand Restaurant
The bold but elegant modern style of young chef Jean-Francois Piège’s new Le Grand Restaurant is one of the top restaurants in Paris, which was just awarded two Michelin stars, is the work of one of the best interior designers, the Icelandic-born, L.A.–based designer Gulla Jónsdóttir.
7, Rue D’ Aguesseau
Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athenee
Ducasse’s most ambitious project to date, this three-Michelin-starred restaurant takes an architectural approach to dining. The glamorous restaurant in the Hotel Plaza Athénée presents a dramatic dining room on a deconstructed crystal chandelier. Finely molded dove-colored walls in the traditional style are complemented by modern table settings and furniture with a splash of orange, all illuminated by an immense chandelier of delicate crystals suspended on invisible strings. Besides this, Ducasse’s chefs use only the best ingredients, sourced according to the season, to ensure that each dish reaches its full flavor potential.
25, Avenue Montaigne
Café de l’Homme
After a complete makeover by Gilles & Boissier, the mythic Café de l’Homme in the Palais de Chaillot has become one of the most stylish new tables in Paris. The design team respected the Art Deco decor of the 1937 building with views of the Eiffel Tower, the Champ de Mars, and the Jardins du Trocadéro, but made it warmer with sand-color cedar walls and ash-and-marble tables. A space with a unique design where you can find and taste the French fine cuisine.
17, Place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre
The Louvre’s café in Denon Hall can’t be beaten if you’re looking for a snack paired with incredible surroundings. This space with a contemporary design was designed by Mathieu Lehanneur, who added brushed-brass light fixtures surrounded by pale-pink acrylic and a 33-foot-long marble-and-brass bar.
Musée du Louvre – Aile Denon, Rue de Rivoli
Le Jules Verne, Eiffel Tower
Located on the second level of Eiffel Tower, Le Jules Verne is an exclusive French cuisine restaurant. With bold modern interior design by Patrick Jouin and cuisine by the already known Alain Ducasse, it offers a classic French menu with contemporary twists and with rigorously selected ingredients that are combined to produce mouthwatering creations, plus sweeping views over western Paris through floor-to-ceiling bay windows.
Avenue Gustave Eiffel
Restaurant Guy Savoy
One of most Luxury Restaurants in Paris occupies a suite of 18th-century salons overlooking the Seine on the first floor of the Monnaie de Paris (Paris Mint), a magnificent neoclassical limestone building by architect Jean-Denis Antoine. Restaurant Guy Savoy is a culinary shrine to the skills of its namesake. Renowned not only for its food but also for impeccable service, it is characterized by happiness and conviviality instead of inaccessible aloofness. This three-Michelin-starred modern restaurant consistently enthralls its diners and is a source of inspiration for many other chefs.
Monnaie de Paris, 11 Quai de Conti
The perfect place to elevate a luxury lifestyle, this extravagant two-Michelin-starred luxury restaurant serves world-class classic European cuisine in an elegant and harmonious white and silver setting. Wines and champagnes are kept in a specially created wine cellar opening onto the dining room, while a special chef’s table in the kitchen allows guests a closer view of what’s going on.
228, Rue de Rivoli
Alléno Paris at the Pavillon Ledoyen
One of the oldest Luxury Restaurants in Paris, Alléno Paris at the Pavillon Ledoyen first opened its doors in 1798 and was the place to see and be seen during the Belle Époque. Today, the rich décor harks back to its historical legacy with ornate stucco details and silk brocades, but the real pièce de résistance here is the stunning French cuisine.
8, Avenue Dutuit
Le Cinq at Four Seasons George V
Awarded with two Michelin stars, Le Cinq is undoubtedly luxurious yet also welcoming modern restaurant. The elegant dining room bathed in gold, the oil paintings adorning the walls and the beautiful flower arrangements all set the scene for this gastronomic and unique experience.
31, Avenue George V
Le Ciel de Paris
Set on the 56th floor of the Tour Montparnasse, one of the tallest structures in the city, Le Ciel de Paris features interiors as captivating as its views. Famous as being one of the top restaurants in Paris, this space was revamped by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance in a palette of orange and gray and a ceiling punctuated with circular backlit mirrors.
Avenue du Maine
WHERE TO STAY
We bring to you an exclusive guide of the best luxury hotels in Paris, featuring the top places to stay for opulent and modern interiors, period charm and outstanding service. All of them are perfect to elevate your luxury lifestyle and to live a unique experience.
La Réserve Paris Hotel and Spa
Located in the well-known eighth arrondissement of Paris, the hotel exudes old elegance but is barely four years old. While it is furnished with antique decor, modern amenities make the grand hotel a state-of-the-art stay. As many travelers remain interested in boutique hotels, La Réserve Paris offers luxury resort perks in a small setting. U.S. News & World Report ranked the luxury hotel as the No. 1 hotel in Europe in 2019.
Location: 42 Avenue Gabriel, 75008 Paris, France
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 is one of the most expensive hotels in Paris that redefines luxury in the City of Light.
Location: 31, Avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France
Mandarin Oriental Paris
Mandarin Oriental Paris is a haven of elegance and understated luxury. With an exclusive design, this is one of the most exclusive hotels in Paris. The look throughout the hotel is cool and contemporary, served up with a slice of the Orient in the form of cherry wood paneling and fine silks.
Location: 251, Rue Saint Honoré, 75001 Paris, France
Located in Paris, 500 meters from Opéra Garnier, Ritz Paris is one of the most exquisite hotels in Paris that boasts a selection of bars and restaurants, a fitness center and a spa and wellness center which includes a pool, sauna and massage facilities.
Location: 15, Place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, France
The palace hotel Le Bristol Paris, one of the top hotels in Paris. It offers a rooftop swimming pool with an authentic inner French garden and views of Paris rooftops, the Eiffel Tower and Montmartre in the background. The hotel comprises the award-winning spa & wellness center Le Bristol by La Prairie, which includes a solarium, and where massages and La Prairie treatments can be provided.
Location: 112, Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, France
Shangri-La Hotel, Paris, offers unmatched views on the Eiffel Tower and all the famous monuments of Paris. Be amazed at the impressive architecture of the end of the 19th century.
Location: 10 Avenue d’Iéna, 75116 Paris, France
The original palace hotel in the heart of historic Paris, Le Meurice with its splendid newly-restored rooms and suites is the very epitome of quiet elegance and is alive with the artist’s soul of wit and magic. Le Meurice is an inspirational and fascinating place where 18th-century splendor and the most innovative modern comforts sit happily side by side. So much more than a luxury hotel, this is a gallery, an adventure, a living work of art.
Location: 228 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France
Perfectly situated at 19 Avenue Kléber, The Peninsula sits in the heart of Paris within walking distance of some of the world’s most famous monuments, museums, and luxury shopping districts. The Peninsula houses 200 luxurious rooms, including 86 suites. Inspired by Haute Couture, the theme suites at The Peninsula Paris hotel – some of the French capital’s most spacious and the world’s most highly customized – are veritable showcases of French heritage and savoir-faire.
Location: 19 Avenue Kléber, 75116 Paris, France
Hôtel Esprit Saint Germain
Hotel Esprit Saint Germain was designed with the idea of a private residence. 28 rooms and suites ideally located in the heart of Paris, on the left bank of the Seine in Saint Germain des Pres, between the “Jardin du Luxembourg” and the “Boulevard Saint-Germain” where literary and artistic legends surrounding Paris have been written.
Location: 22 Rue Saint-Sulpice, 75006 Paris, France
Hôtel Plaza Athénée
True to its extraordinary city, Hôtel Plaza Athénée is no ordinary hotel. Here, on the prestigious avenue Montaigne, the tree-lined boulevard of French fashion, our hotel proudly offers guests the very best of Paris.
Location: 25 Avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris, France
TOP INTERIOR DESIGNERS
Paris is not only the famous capital of fashion but it also the birth city of modern interior design. Paris has been placed on a pedestal on the world’s stage for its artistic savoir-faire – for fine cuisine, exclusive wine, and outstanding fashion, the French capital is famed for its expertise to perform everything it puts its hand to with natural style.
Jean-Louis Deniot is a Paris-based architect and interior designer and one of the most influential and best interior designers in the world. Deniot is known for his eclectic interiors that brilliantly combined classic elements with contemporary design. His interior design projects are splendidly layered, cleverly combining patterns, textures, colors, modern furniture and fine art pieces from different periods with refined elegance.
Philippe Starck is an internationally acclaimed French creator, interior designer and architect that considers having the duty to share his ethical and subversive vision of a fairer planet, creating unconventional places and objects. According to him: “No one is forced to be a genius, but everyone has to take part.” Besides his design projects and his relation to world fame, Philippe Starck has a huge humanitarian side – he has a mission to make life better for the largest number of people.
Pierre-Yves Rochon, Inc. was established in 1979 by Pierre–Yves Rochon to create interior design projects for luxury hospitality environments. Through their designs, the firm aims to enhance each aspect of the guest experience.
Based in Paris, Charles Zana’s architectural practice creates exceptional spaces all over the world. As one of the best interior designers and architects, he considers his own style as modern classic and that shows in his works, from residential and exhibition design projects. Within his most important design projects were London’s Kensington House Hotel and a Guy Martin restaurant at Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Mathieu Lehanneur is a French interior designer who is at the forefront of the international design scene, that why he deserves a place on the Top Interior Designers making art decór interiors.
Known for his exclusive design style, characterized by a harmony between traditional and contemporary tastes, Jacques Grange is one of the very few interior designers who received a strict, classical education in the field. He decorated and designed interiors for some of the biggest and most respected personalities and tastemakers. His main customers included Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé, for whom he decorated the Château Gabriel, in Benerville-Sur-Mer.
Gérard Faivre, recognized as one of the best contemporary interior designers, created the concept Gérard Faivre Residence, apartments, and luxury properties completely renovated, furnished and decorated with fully integrated hotel services. He combines maximum pleasure with minimum effort. To create an original work of art, Faivre imbues himself with the soul of each property.
François Champsaur is a French Top Interior Designer. Based in Paris, his work is influenced by his Mediterranean roots. From his earliest projects, he has displayed his ability to transform any space, considering each and every aspect from an architectural angle to the last detail. During his career, he has transformed luxury hotels, such as The Royal Evian and the Vernet Hôtel in Paris, and private homes using his own unique vision.
Sarah Levoine is a renowned figure in the world of décor. Her name has been, for a decade now, synonymous with Parisian style, a contemporary aesthetic, and fine craftsmanship. Paris inspires her style, where architectural, contemporary art and vintage furniture influences intertwine.
India Mahdavi studio is known for the delighted projects that can take to a colorful wonderland like no other interior designer. Her interior design projects are elegant, fluid, and reflect the essence of their location. Mahdavi has become more than an exceptional interior designer, she is also a brand, interprets her rich mix of cultures and colors, into a high-end, joyful, and happy interiors.
Alberto Pinto Interior Design, under the direction of Linda Pinto, with a team of different experts employed, strictly maintains the success achieved since the beginning. Eclecticism, luxurious details, and refinement are the keywords when it comes to creating personalized environments for prestigious and world-renowned clients.
PLACES AND EVENTS TO VISIT
PARIS DÉCO OFF
For five days, happening alongside Maison et Objet, Paris welcomes another spectrum of contemporary design. From the days 16 to 20 of January 2020, Paris Déco Off and Paris Déco Home fill the streets of the city of lights to honor design on the highest level.
Inspired by the world’s heritage and cultures, Aldeco Interior Fabrics is a dynamic and creative Portuguese brand specialized in high-end interior fabrics.
Casamance’s contemporary designs, exquisite colors, and variety of materials create an easily recognizable signature style.
Hermès is a French high fashion luxury goods manufacturer established in 1837, today specializing in leather, lifestyle accessories, home furnishings, perfumery, jewelry, watches and ready-to-wear.
Pierre Frey is a French “Maison de luxe” – a luxury design house and an inspirational, family-owned business with a proud tradition that looks towards the future. Have you picked your favorite brand from Paris Déco Off 2020?
Striking a balance between “timeless” and “modern,” Ralph Lauren Home creates collections that express a unique sense of personal style inspired by the rich visual imagery around him: the rustic beauty of the American West, the golden age of Hollywood glamour, the sleek innovation of automotive design or an authentic equestrian heritage.
Founded by Béatrice Saint-Laurent, one of the best European curators, Galerie BSL promotes, produces and exhibits refined artworks that challenge the established borders of art and design.
Location: 14 Rue des Beaux Arts, 75006 Paris, France
Carpenters Workshop Gallery
With influence all over the world, the gallery is known for its desire to break the boundaries of art and design, merging them. Many of the exclusive, limited edition and unique collectible designs that the gallery exhibits were also created inside its facilities by talented artists and designers.
Location: 54 Rue de la Verrerie, 75004 Paris, France
At Kreo, the founders, Clémence and Didier Krzentowski, create and exhibited the best limited-edition art pieces by the greatest contemporary designers, such as François Bauchet, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Pierre Charpin, Naoto Fukasawa, Konstantin Grcic, Jaime Hayon, among many others.
Location: 31 Rue Dauphine, 75006 Paris, France
In the heart of Paris’ antique quarter and just a stone’s throw from the Musée d’Orsay, the art gallery presents exceptional creations made by craftsmen of unmatched skills, reviving the tradition of French Decorative Arts with a resolutely contemporary vision.
Location: 60 rue de Verneuil 75007 Paris, France
Philippe Rapin creates its “Maison”! The designer/exhibitor gathers all its activities under the label Maison Rapin: two galleries in Paris, Quai Voltaire and Rue de Beaune and Kam Tin Furniture. All the universe and the artistic tastes of an eclectic Art dealer.
Location: Maison Rapin, 25 quai Voltaire 75007 Paris, France
Hervé Van Der Straeten
The Van der Straeten Gallery, which opened in the Marais neighbourhood of Paris in 1999, includes one of a kind or limited-edition piece grouped in thematic exhibitions.
Location: 1 Rue Ferdinand Duval, 75004 Paris, France
The art gallery’s contemporary program highlights work by the best international artists. Georg Baselitz, Ellen Gallagher, Andreas Gursky, Jeff Koons, Takashi Murakami, Anselm Kiefer, Ed Ruscha, Richard Serra, Taryn Simon, and Rachel Whiteread are some examples.
Location: 4 rue de Ponthieu 75008 Paris, France
Galerie Kamel Mennour
The gallery Kamel was brought to life in 1999 and owns not only three areas in the sophisticated city of Paris but also a London space in Mayfair. In these galleries, the outstanding works of about thirty young and internationally celebrated contemporary artists are often showcased and admired.
Location: 47, rue SaintAndrédesArts 75006 Paris
6, rue du Pont de Lodi 75006 Paris
Bugada & Cargnel
Founded by Claudia CARGNEL and Frédéric BUGADA in 2002, BUGADA & CARGNEL (formerly known as COSMIC GALERIE) occupies 500 sq. meters in a freehold industrial building, a former garage forms the early 30’s and represents French and international emerging or established artists.
Location: 7-9, rue de l’Équerre – 75019 Paris, France
Galerie Alexandre Guillemain
Since 1999, the Galerie Alexandre Guillemain is specialized in midcentury design and decorative arts. In its two exhibition spaces in the heart of Saint-Germain des Prés it proposes a rigorous and cutting-edge selection of furniture and objects. The Galerie Alexandre Guillemain showcases world-famous designers and artists.
Location: Galerie Alexandre GUILLEMAIN – Artefact Design 21, rue Visconti 75006 Paris France
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