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Highlighting the Best Moments of Maison et Objet 2020

Highlighting the Best Moments of Maison et Objet 2020 ⇒ Find the most ingenious lighting ideas through a series of highly curated spaces showcased at the esteemed Parisian trade show

 

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The prestigious lifestyle and design trade show, Maison et Objet is coming to an end, but during the last five days, the event provided a comprehensive range of interior design inspirations for not only industry professionals but also homeowners and luxury seekers. Now, the Modern Chandeliers blog has gathered some of the best moments of this year’s first edition, from the outstanding rising talents exhibitions to the luxury brands and designers who showcased their best features. Be prepared to be inspired and enjoy the journey!

 

(RE)GENERATION SPACES

 

The theme for the January edition of Maison et Objet was (RE)Generation, which consisted in embracing the future as well as how trends and consumer behavior have and will evolve. As such, numerous living areas were recreated taking into consideration the desires and expectations of today’s society, especially in regards to economic and social factors. Visitors and industry professionals were left with a wide range of interior design ideas that ultimately come to introduce new standards of living.

 

Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

 

Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

 

DESIGNER OF THE YEAR

 

The Cypriot designer is best known for its use of simple shapes and volumes and playing with the notions of light and darkness. When it comes to lighting, Michael Anastassiades exhibition was certainly one of the most innovative as the designer opted to introduce motors to his designs which in turn propelled them to move as if they were planets.

 

Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

 

Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

 

RISING TALENTS

 

The rising talent awards are always one of the most enticing features of Maison et Objet. This year, the show has focused on promoting the work of French artists that represent the future of design. The recipients are Laureline Galliot nominated by René-Jacques Mayer; Natacha et Sacha nominated by Françoise Seince; Julie Richoz nominated by Didier Krzentowski; Mathieu Peyroulet Ghilini nominated by Pierre Charpin; Wendy Andreu nominated by Guillaume Houzé, and Adrien Garcia nominated by Pierre Yovanovitch. Below, you can take a look at each of the designer’s stands.

 

Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

 

Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

 

Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

 

Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

 

Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

 

Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

 

⇒ Related Article: Maison&Objet 2020: Be In Awe of the Most Dramatic Lighting Designs

 

MOM VILLAGE

 

Philippe Negro was in charge of the decoration of this space, making its priority connecting and inspiring everyone that coursed through this space. In this platform, a series of ingenious products were displayed, from unique lighting designs to exquisite furnishings, all of which are representative of the latest trends in the industry.

 

Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

 

Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

 

Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

 

Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

 

Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

 

“WHAT’S NEW?”

 

The “What’s New?” zones of Maison et Objet are always a favorite among visits. These spaces are specifically designed by trend seekers such as Elizabeth Leriche, François Bernard, and François Delclaux. Leriche explored the theme “Share” by selecting more natural elements and ultimately creating a sustainable kitchen realm. Delclaux was responsible for the “Living” space, conceiving three alternating living environments taking into consideration the power of durable materials, plant intelligence, and physical well-being. Lastly, Bernard curated the “Care” zone, developing intimate bedroom and bathroom settings highlighting a series of styles, from minimalism to expressionism.

 

“Share” by Elizabeth Leriche. Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

 

“Living” by François Delclaux. Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

 

“Care” by François Bernard. Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion

 

NEWS & TRENDS: LUXURY BRANDS & DESIGNERS SHOWCASES

 

Atelier Swarovski. Image credit to Francis Amiand

 

Bert Frank

 

Boca do Lobo

 

Brabbu

 

Caffe Latte Home

 

Circu

 

Covet House

 

DelightFull

 

Dooq. Image credit to Elodie Dupuis

 

Fendi Casa

 

Ligne Roset. Image credit to Elodie Dupuis

 

Lladró

 

LUXXU

 

Missoni Home

 

Pedrali

 

Porada

 

Pullcast

 

Queboo

 

Seletti

 

Villari

 

Vista Alegre

 

Vondom

 

⇒ See Also: Product Design – Be In Awe of Marcel Wanders’ Latest Lighting Releases

 

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