Moments That You Shouldn’t Have Missed at Maison et Objet Paris 2017
Maison et Objet Paris 2017 is coming to an end and there’s no better time to highlight the best moments of this incredible 4-day experience. The event took place at Nord Villepinte from 20 to 24th January in the city of fashion, Paris, as a trade show specifically made for design professionals.
Maison et Objet Paris was not only a source of inspiration but also a great tool for networking and purchasing furniture. This year’s edition of Maison et Objet was also pretty well planned and organized and enabled visitors a true understanding of the industry through exhibitions and conferences.
After checking out so many incredible stands and objets d’art we managed to choose a few of our favorite moments of Maison et Objet Paris 2017. There are, of course, many things that might have been incredible that aren’t on this list but 4 days are far from being enough to cover the entire thing!
Take a look at our selection of the Best Moments of Maison et Objet Paris 2017.
Pierre Charpin “A Design open to Experiences”
The french designer and artist Pierre Charpin delivered a thrilling conference on the first day of Maison et Objet Paris 2017 that enable a better perspective about his career and design. Within an informal dialogue Pierre Charpin enabled participants a few relevant lessons and strategies that have been working for him and made him Designer of the Year. A very interesting moment.
In terms of exhibitions we must stand out Covet Lounge at the Hall 7. A design project that includes 8 European furniture brands from the luxury design market. Covet Lounge is interesting because they focused on delivering experiences at the event, creating a true lounge with music and meals where people could experience the comfort of the pieces displayed. Very creative!
In this edition of Maison Objet Paris, the inspirations space was all about Silence. The need be apart from the outside world and the chaos around us inspired the creation of this impressive and relaxing experience. The exhibition enabled visitors to explore the beauty of silence, and the most unique creations towards it. We fell in love with every single detail of this project – from decoration to art.
Misoka is a magical and innovative toothbrush that requires only water to brush your teeth. A functional project launched by the Japanese company yume shoukunin composed by nano minerals that enable teeth-cleaning without the need for toothpaste. Besides its genial design and functionality, their booth was indeed very fun! The Japanese brand was trading free toothbrushes for Instagram pictures and having people trying off the toothbrush in the middle of the event. A great moment really!