MAISON&OBJET

10 / 03 / 2020
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The celebration of the 25th anniversary of MAISON&OBJET, one of the most important world gatherings in the universe of decoration, design and lifestyle, once again trans- formed the Villepinte exhibition centre in Paris into a veritable mosaic of trends and inspiration.

Bringing together 2,736 exhibitors from 71 countries, including the arrival of 609 new companies over five years in addition to the latest novelties from the sector, the eight halls dedicated to the fair hosted countless events, talks, installations, promoting the usual debate with visitors around ideas and experiences. In fact, the theme of this January’s edition, (Re) Generation! encouraged us to reflect on the future, from the perspective of the so-called Y and Z generations.

A challenge that the organisers – maintaining their collaboration with the style consultancy Nelly Rodi, offered the Belgian designer Ramy Fischler.

Read the full story on Attitude 92 printed edition. 
 
©-Alice-Cuvelier / Ceramics collection La Musique by Maison Matisse X Marta Bakowski
 
Mid sofa by Kann Design (left) and Tocador by Nomon (right).
 
ASSEMBLE sofa by destroyers/builders for Valerie Objects.  
 
Harmony armchair by Domkapa (left) and Plano collection by Costa Nova (right).
 
Cruz Coccon lounge chair by Vincent Sheppard.