Find Out What Maison et Objet Has To Offer in January!
We are a few weeks away from Maison et Objet 2018. For that reason, My Design Agenda decided to give you an overall look and feel of what to expect from one of the best design events of the year.
The Stands and The Brands – As you already know, the 2018 edition of this event will feature a wide presence of furniture brands from all over the world. The biggest players in the industry will be present at the event, so make sure you stop by the stand of luxury brands like Boca do Lobo, Brabbu, Fendi Casa, B&B Italia or Delightfull.
The Conferences and Workshops – During this prestigious fair, you’ll be able to be a part of some amazing conferences and workshops. From hospitality to retail, from exceptional designers to advanced solutions for interior design and trend analyses, L’ESPACE CONFERENCES will host 5 to 6 lectures a day.
The City – As you know, Maison & Objet it’s held in Paris, so on the breaks of the fair make sure you take some time to visit the amazing City of Lights. The city has more to offer besides amazing restaurants and popular museums and landmarks, so if interior design it’s your passion make sure you visit some of the most popular interior design spaces/stores of the city, like Covet House Paris.
Awards and Highlights – Each edition, Maison & Objet puts six promising young design talents under the spotlight. In January, in partnership with the Italian Trade Agency, pride of place goes to the Italian design scene with 6 talents sponsored by 6 leading design personalities. Also with every new edition, Maison et Objet elects a Designer of the Year to honor one of the most outstanding names in industrial and interior design worldwide. In January 2018, this event has chosen to celebrate the talent of Danish designer Cecilie Manz. Make sure to pay attention to the Rising Talent and Designer of The Year stands and sections.
Are you going to Maison et Objet? What are you most anxious to see? What do you expect to find at this event?
Image Source – Cecilie Manz, Le Jules Verne Restaurant