In September 2016, MAISON & OBJET PARIS paid tribute to one of the most prominent interior designers in Great Britain. The show elects Ilse Crawford Designer of the Year. She will be the first to create the scenography for the Designers' Studio in Hall 8.
In a world where domestication, urbanization and technology abound, nature seeks to reclaim its rights by venturing off the beaten track. It is by making this observation that the members of the Maison & Objet Observatory have chosen for the next edition, which takes place in Paris from January 22 to 26, 2016, the WILD theme.
At each edition, the Maison & Objet show highlights the work of a few rising names in design. For the next edition, which will take place in Paris from January 22 to 26, 2016, the six Talents à la Carte selected are Scandinavian.
At each session, MAISON & OBJET honors a Designer of the Year. It is the Catalan designer Eugeni Quitllet who will be highlighted during the next edition which will take place from January 22 to 26, 2016 at the Parc des Expositions Paris Nord Villepinte.
Young space designer, rich in desire and inventiveness, Dorothée Meilichzon was named designer of the year by the Salon Maison & Objet Paris. His fresh and contemporary creations try to tell a story specific to each place and each project. The editorial staff of Muuuz magazine asked a few questions of this new Parisian talent.
From Friday September 4 to Tuesday September 8, the Maison & Objet Paris 2015 fair opens its doors at the Paris Nord Villepinte exhibition center. The editorial staff of Muuuz magazine offers you its selection of conferences that will take place throughout the show in Hall 7 of the show.
At the heart of Hall 8, the Maison & Objet show invites you to discover the Designer's Studio, a working and networking space open to architects and prescription professionals. A space dedicated to meetings, meetings and exchanges, the scenography of which is signed Philippe Boisselier.
Jessica Archer-Vermelin, designer trained in Paris, created the beautiful singular: a project that revisits the traditional cushion by mixing and combining materials and textures. The cushions proposed by the designer combine original and comfortable form half-moon in a design that can be declined to infinity.