Maison et Objet will bring together furniture brands that impress the global markets of interior design
The year of 2017 will start with the right foot. Maison et Objet, one of the leading events of the design industy, will open doors from 20 to 24 January in Paris delivering a requinted selection of design professionals who work in the art of living in all its rich and varied expressions. Bringing together cultures and styles from all around the world into one space where you can explore every single corner of interior design and home decor. The show will reveal an extraordinary diversity weather in terms of product design or nationalities.
Maison et Objet is a multi-cultural crossroad of contemporary living. A place for meetings and exchanges, a showcase of high-quality international offer. So, today at My Design Agenda, we decided to bring you some of our favorite furniture brands that will participate in this next edition of Maison et Objet. Take a look.
Circu is one of the most unique furniture brands for children. They put every effort in creating pieces that are able to make kids’ dreams come true. With a high-skilled craftsman team they create only the highest quality furnishings that own a magical and exceptional design. They are a Portuguese brand that stands out for its hand-tailored pieces, using only the finest materials, combining passion and skill into remarkable design objects. Circu‘s mission is to be part of children’s world. To build their imagination and deliver the best they can offer to make them happy.
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Jean Damien Badoux is a self taught designer from Lyon. With 10 years of experience in highperforming composite marterials in aeronautics, and his knowledge on building processes, Jean Damien Badoux is one of a kind when it comes to work with raw material. His creations are full of poetry and are all handmade. He is inspired by nature and movement, mixing tradition and innovation inherited from aeronautics to create unique and limited edition pieces. Each creation is a technical and aesthretic challenge that pushes the limits of design and creativity.
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The name Treku comes from the Basque surname Aldabaldetreku, heritage from its founder Jesus Aldabaldetreku, a cabinet of enterprising spirit. Their origin dates back to 1947 where they started out in a workshop in Zarautz, a beautiful coastal town with a long-established tradition in the area of woodworking and carpentry. And that’s what they do best. Their pieces rapidly gained reputation for their high-quality features and elegant aesthetics that use only the finest wood.
Filo Design is a pure italian brand that likes to distant itself from the industrial stereotypes to create innovative design. They live to create ideas through the expert hands of an historic italian craftsmanship that tells a story. Their objetcs are the result of an accurate and detailed study that together with a little dust of workshop can create magic through every detail. Every material is an expertise to them, marble, glass iron and even water. They deliver one-of-a kind experiences due to their constant research, curiosity and love for design.
Founded in 1960 by Patrice Gautier and wife Anick, the company rapidly grew in size starting with a main focus for children’s bedrooms. The originality and quality of Gautier furniture has since built the brand’s reputation. This creativity remains Gautier‘s strong point in its development and diversification, leading to the creation of a more diverse product range that nowadays include Dining, Living and Bedroom furniture and, keeping the tradition, children’s. Their design is sophisticated and elegant.
These are our favorite furniture brands at Maison et Objet, if you’re wanting to attend don’t forget to make them a little visit. No regrets!
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