September’s edition of M&O is over… let’s get ready for January!
Another edition of Maison et Objet, one of the leading authorities when it comes to trade events for interior design and decor, has ended today. After another successful gathering, hosting the best professionals and talents of the industry and showcasing their ideas, solutions, and products to all attending design enthusiasts, it is now time to wrap up the event and get ready for the next session in January!
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We are still on the high of the event, checking out the trends we picked on, remembering the best stands, and recalling all the great debates. Here is a comprehensive recap of some of the highlights of the event!
Some amazing stands!
From Portugal, the Covet Group brought us a notoriously mid-century modern ambience, decorated with a carefully curated selection of furniture, lighting and accessories from some of Europe’s top interior design and decor brands.
Seletti has a history of vision and evolution. Ever since it was established in 1964 in Cicognara, Mantova, the company has pursued its mission of making the most of professionalism, service and above all, endless product research, striving for improvement, innovation, and originality. This stand was surely exuding creativity!
Jonathan Adler is a design company dedicated to bringing modern American glamour to your life. Potter, designer and author, Jonathan Adler launched his namesake brand after leaving his day job to pursue his first love: pottery. Jonathan Adler desire is to design all the bits one needs to create a flawlessly chic home led to more and more.
Some outstanding talks!
PLASTIC: A SECOND CHANCE
Can plastic be more desirable and sustainable? That’s what this conference was about. Plastic was put on the spotlight. Bringing together designers, engineers and creatives, essential Milanese gallery owner Rossana Orlandi put the limelight on plastic: recycled, reworked, recovered, it shifts from the status of annoying waste to that of the material of the future. With Rossana Orlandi (Founder of Guiltless Plastic), Alexander Schul (Designer) and moderated by Clara Le Fort (Editor & Creative Director).
DESIGNER OF THE YEAR: LAURA GONZALEZ
Laura Gonzalez is a top architect that is known for her amazing classical-style creations throughout the city of Paris. Due to her amazing work, Maison Et Objet 2019 decided to name her Designer of the Year. It’s a big year for Laura Gonzalez! This interior designer has just launched her furniture range and keeps firing on all cylinders. After conquering Paris, she is now taking her diverse chic style all over the world! This encounter with the designer of the year was moderated by design columnist Sylvie Adigard.
However, you shouldn’t forget that MOM is available all year round, promoting and continuing the Maison et Objet experience online. There you can find all the latest products and get in direct touch with all the key players of the industry without the constraints of time and geographical distance. And did I mention it is also a great source of inspiration?
Did you attend Maison et Objet in September? Will you be attending it in January? It is indubitably an unmissable opportunity to get to know and walk around Paris – the city where all trends find a home!
Oh, by the way, we at Essential Home will also be attending September’s edition of 100% Design in London! Make sure you don’t skip that!
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