Maison et Objet Paris stands for Multiculturalism in Design on which Designers from all around the globle will provide different dimensions and insights, even Portuguese
Maison et Objet 2017 is joining us soon from 20th to 24th January in the capital of Fashion and one of the most stunning cities in the world, Paris. If you’re a fan of interior design and would like to see top professionals from every single corner of the world, you should consider buying your plane tickets, book a hotel room and start planning your trip there. It will be an intense 4 day programm with conferences approaching themes like Retail Trends on Social Media, Visibility in Digital Era and the power of Branding. Maison et Objet Paris enables a great knowledge about the industry and how to improve your furniture business.
The overall space is composed by 9 Halls where each one of them recognizes a specific interior design style. Try to explore each one of them a little, and enjoy the diverisity and creativity of each branch, there are very talented designers out there. Today we would like to explore a little bit more about the Portuguese Design Industry, that is having our minds blown with its unique craftsmanship and style.
Portuguese Design focuses mainly on luxury, they stand for high quality materials and craftsmanship, mixing impressive color pallets and extravagant shapes. Portuguese are known for being very creative , dynamic and that is definitely noticed in their interior design brands. What we particularly enjoy about Portuguese Design is that you can’t really expect it. They get inspired easily and tend to create the most out of the box furniture. The brand Orikomi for example is inspired by Origami and uses paper to create stunning lighting designs…just amazing!
Maison et Objet Paris will gather the best of the best of Italian, Scandinavian, French, Portuguese Design and so much more! A true opportunity to get inspired, if you’re a professional designer, and find the most unique objects, if you’re a gatherer.
These are some of the Portuguese Brands we advise you to look for.
Essential Home takes us back to the 60’s with its bohemian retro design. The brand uses mid century modern lines that merge important historical references from that time and adds contemporary influences to develop the most unique furniture. They express elegance through bold yet sophisticated colors and one of a kind shapes that familiarize with Old School Rock ‘n’ Roll and Breakfast at Tifanny’s tv show. A union characterized by sensitivity, colors, matter and design!
Location: Hall 7, Stand E40 / F39
Founded in 1996 by the amazing designer and award winner Ana Roque, Ana Roque Interiors is a portuguese design brand that creates unique pieces and produces custom-made furniture and lighting. Ana Roque has an outstanding carrer in architecture and interior design and partners in several countries, Angola, Spain, France, England, Russia and Turkey. Her experience and expertise makes this brand extremely trust-worthy, Ana Roque Interiors is extremely careful with details and transforms initial concepts into eye catching projects.
Location: Hall 5b, Stand C15 / D16
ALMA DE LUCE is a brand that reveals memories of traditions, places, myths or legends, symbols, and of people, through the senses and transmits and preserves overtime. Uses the application of noble materials, the Portuguese craftsmanship and design to express feelings and emotions generated by memories, which are reflected in the pieces of furniture with soul and unique identity. The brand challenges the past through design and craftsman to build strong cultural heritage giving them new life.
Location: Hall 7 Stand J148
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