MAISON ET OBJET 2020

Here is our favorites from Maison et Objet 2019 and what to expect…

A new year often comes with new goals and perspectives. That goes the same in the design world. To kick off the year Paris holds a bi-annual event, Maison et Objet, to showcase upcoming trends that will grace the year ahead. Let’s revisit a few of what went down and our favourites from 2019 Maison et Objet followed by what you can expect during this year’s event.

SOME OF OUR FAVORITES

SEEING LEGS FOR DAYS…

From left to right: KOKET love happens, Insidherland, L’OBJET The Haas Brothers

THE RETURN OF CANE WEBBING…

From left to right: Mambo Unlimited Ideas, HK Living, Dooq

A BUGS LIFE…

From left to right: Mambo Unlimited Ideas, Pols Potten, Silkka

STALLS AND HALLS…

WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR

YO-YO (YO2)

No less than 10 new wallpaper collections on their new developed Embody Stark vinyl and Grain Loaded textile qualities. New area Rugs collection using Chromojet printers for beautiful colour through the mixture of 16 basic shades with 76 dpi reproduction for an unlimited colour Synthesis. They will be presenting their newest 3230 Luxury quality for the first time in Paris.

CTO Lighting will be showcasing more than twenty designs from their latest collections in a luxury setting and unveiling five brand new collections for the first time.

Giacopini will be attending Paris bringing a new collection of metal accessories in the brightest shades of ‘Bright pop’.

IN SHORT…

Obviously there are plenty more to see! It truly is a great experience to see so many wonderful companies and learn about new suppliers with exciting products. To anybody who hasn’t been I would advise to plan ahead and allow yourself time to visit as many stalls as you can.

WHERE TO STAY?

There’s a couple of airport hotels surrounding Charles de Gaul Airport but judging that this trip is design themed, a great one to stay at is Citizen M at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport Terminal 1. It is a boutique hotel fully fitted with Vitra furniture.

If you are staying in Paris, you need to check in to The Hoxton Paris. . The contemporary aesthetic, a curated hotchpotch of décor (Art Deco; mid-century; floral pattern; vintage ornaments) ensures Shoreditch types will feel at home. The building, an 18th-century affair – once residence of Etienne Rivié, adviser to Louis XV – adds a distinctly French flavour, with original spiral staircases and mosaic marble floors.

GETTING THERE…

By RER, line B (TRAIN)

From Paris: take the RER line B, direction Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle, get off at “Parc des Expositions”.

From Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle: direction Paris, get off at “Parc des Expositions”, the first stop after Roissy.

Alternatively, you can take the free shuttle bus from Roissy CDG Paris Airport to Paris Nord Villepinte. It’s available every 30 minutes from Terminal 1: level Départure, gate 8 / Terminal 2D: gate 7 / Terminal 2F: passage between T2F and T2E, arrivals level.

Check https://www.maison-objet.com/en/paris/information for more details.