Get to know the exhibitors for the next M&O reunion!
Maison et Objet always means big news. The nest return of this leading authority for interior design, architecture, and lifestyle culture promises not to disappoint (again)! From the 6th until the 10th of September, you can expect new visits, itineraries, experiences, and purchases. Find out about some of the exhibitors!
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Maison et Objet’s à la carte variety of contents is where you will discover the best home interior design solutions and decorations. Architects, designers and retailers alike are set to be attending the event and showcase their own innovative approaches to the most recent design trends and products. Here are some of September’s exhibitors.
Ethnic & Tropic Corinne Bally (Spain)
Unique pieces of art inspired by traditional beliefs and rituals from Central America, including pieces or art handcrafted by native indigenous women. This brand is on a quest for beauty and encounter with stories and ancient traditions, offering an outstanding catalogue of unique and magical items.
Feelgood Designs (Netherlands)
Furniture pieces to make people feel good, relax and live better by focusing on natural materials and innovative designs. They combine traditional craftsmanship with modern materials. The production processe is environmentally friendly by consuming minimal energy and also employs struggling communities while also keeping their traditional craft alive.
Covet House (Portugal)
A curated selection of mid-century contemporary designs from the world’s top furniture, lighting and accessory brands, aiming to boost the creativity of the interior design community. The brand Essencial Home is part of it, a remarkable example of mid-century modern furniture that has attended M&O before.
101 Copenhagen (Denmark)
Carefully curated designs for Scandinavian living. The creative drive consists of Scandinavian design tradition with plenty of influences from the timeless Japanese minimalistic idiom in their approach to materials and techniques. This holistic design approach creates creates unique and timeless pieces, from furniture to accessories.
Will you be attending Maison et Objet in September? It is without any doubt an unmissable opportunity to get to know and walk around the city where all trends find a home!