Whether you’re a trained designer or just an amateur in this area, on one aspect we’ll all agree: when it comes to design trade shows, which is — and always will be — a perfect way to look outside our comfort zone for creative inspiration. Whether you’re an expert on this subject or a casual conference attendee, these gatherings can be a perfect opportunity to challenge yourself to venture outside of the typical imaginative path and travel to a new destination for learning skills, meeting new concepts and interacting with people in industry.
For a high-end design fair with unique pieces and exceptional artifacts, the most glamorous names of design industry come together. Discover new design concepts in this event with ever-growing inventions and innovations! Maison & Objet has a distinct aphorism.
This year, Maison&Objet returns to Paris from 17-21 January 2020, marking its 25th anniversary with a forward-thinking approach to the world of interiors, featuring generations Y and Z to the latest trends in decor, accessories textiles, art de la table and numerous other items in the broadest sense possible.
This interior trade fair is a mecca for fans of European furniture and product design. Maison et Objet is the biggest event for people working with all its diverse expressions in the art of living. The Lifestyle show brings together an introduction of a 360 ° experience of products. Decor, design, home furnishings, accessories, textiles, fragrances, tableware… The styles live side by side in a multifaceted manner throughout the ingenious showcase design that recreates the spaces.
This trade show focuses on the latest design trends–particularly the interior design. The display offers origin and market for hundreds of products— both from emerging producers and recognized manufacturers. The fair combines today’s and tomorrow’s market for all categories and channels of sale. The Dining, Giving and Living areas provide an exceptional range of products at any other event, this trade show provides innovative design expertise and the latest trends. At the global design industry’s most significant fair.
Main Mantra of 2020’s Maison & Objet
Maison&Objet 2020’s main mantra is “(RE) GENERATION,” with a January edition dedicated to newer generations, confronting their expectations on different issues (from economy to environment, identity, and migration) for an ongoing global recession. As expected, we are led on this trip by the consultancy firm Nelly Rodi, which this year was entrusted with narrating Maison&Objet to tourists between the key elements and innovations that we will be experiencing in the next 25 years.
“Faced with multiple global crises, people in the twenties and thirties today want to join forces to change the world; inspired by personalities like Greta Thunberg, they do not hesitate to get personally involved,” explains Vincent Grégoire, trend expert at NellyRodi. “This is a generation that feels the need to make a meaningful difference, bringing new values into everyone’s way of living.”
The Main Trends and a must visit stands
The top notch luxury brands that displayed their best designs at this design event and with that in mind you are more than happy to feel driven by them. Maison Et Objet 2020 announce the participation of various luxury brands to display their newest pieces of furniture and creative ideas. Make sure to check out top luxury brands such as Boca do Lobo, BRABBU, Fendi Casa, Luxxu, Lladró and many other truly stunning luxury brands!
You will find the Covet House mega stand in Hall 8. You’ll be able to find items for all likings and from all the world’s major design brands, namely Boca do Lobo, DelightFULL, BRABBU, Maison Valentina, Circu, LUXXU, Essential Home, Rug’Society, Pullcast, and Foogo at this brand stand. Don’t miss out on this opportunity.
Since 1989 Fendi Casa has been producing prestigious furniture and design objects that bring the distinctive Fendi theme to residences around the globe. Tradition is never sentimental and creativity is of utmost importance.
In an eternal quest for redesign, Vista Alegre shows the immense propensity to pursue global trends, collaborating with prominent designers around the globe on a regular basis. Performance of excellence creativity, architecture, universality, the relation to art and culture are the basic principles, often mixing tradition with secularism.
LLADRO is an internationally recognized Spanish luxury brand with high-end and exclusive porcelain design, decoration and home decor items Since its founding in 1953, LLADRÓ has its headquarters in Valencia, where all the products are designed and manufactured.
It was really an honor and interesting element in being part of fantastic conventions and discussions during Maison Et Objet 2020. From restaurants and shopping, from excellent models to innovative interior design technologies, and trend evaluations. Make sure you don’t miss conferences such as Ramy Fischler–Layout, Practice, Pierre-Yves Rouchon –A Certain Concepts for Luxury, Anne Cécile Comar–Life in Harmony with Nature, Michael Anastassiades–Light and Space Dimorestudio–Spaces in Transformation and Raphael Navot–An Alternate Approach
Rising talents of France
Maison&Objet has devoted a unique display to nascent designers for years, choosing the best and brightest from a wide regional network.
In more recent versions, the Rising Talent Awards has allowed emerging talents from Italy, Lebanon, China and the United States to highlight their creations in an international environment that now involves more than 3,000 labels and 85,000 attendees.
Cypriot-born, London-based Michael Anastassiades, notoriously divided between art design culture and beauty, blends a little of everything on the international arena, claiming the title of Designer of the Year for Maison&Objet 2020.
DESIGNER OF THE YEAR
For this year, Maison Et Objet 2020 has selected Michael Anastassiades as designer of the year! In 2007, Michael Anastassiades unveiled his impressive lighting company where he presented his brand for the first time at the Maison et Objet. He’s coming back as the Year’s Designer now. Whereas he has become one of today’s active most imaginative and influential lighting artists. The Greek designer uses simple shapes and volumes in his work-a sphere, a line, a circle-to create an extremely rich language that embraces ambiguity and asymmetry.
Michael Anastassiades wishes to deliver an experience at this year’s edition of the event besides showcasing his series. The 16 of his Mobile Chandeliers will be displayed together for the very first time: the lights driven by engines, would travel as though worlds were in the dark space. Anastassiades once again works in connection with the qualities and conditions of light and darkness and displays them at the Maison Et Objet 2020.