Maison et Objet 2019 – The Highlights so Far ⇒ Maison et Objet 2019 is still ongoing and there’s still a lot to see and experience in this amazing Parisian event. There were many things to experience during the weekend that you’re still on time to check out, so come with us on this little tour regarding some of the top moments and places of the event so far.
Among some of the best stands, we have to mention WORK! by Chantal Hamaide currently located in Hall 6. The philosophy behind this stand focuses on the idea that these days work-related objects must fit into all possible scenarios, specifically referring to mobility and comfort to their usage. This is the perfect start to check out of you want to find fitting furniture for a workplace.
Another highlight when it comes to stands goes to “Living” by François Bernard at Hall 2. The conception of this stand aims to underline the desire to experiment with new, singular and emerging fields of creation. For the main source of inspiration, Bernard turned mainly to animist arts and abstract geometric painting from the first half of the 20th century. A stunning idea for a living room indeed.
When it comes to the RISING TALENT AWARDS #MO19, after Italy, Lebanon and China, now it’s the turn of the United States to be honoured with the award. During the weekend and right now you can wander into Hall 6 to discover the creations of promising names in design, specifically Alex Brokamp, Bailey Fontaine Green River Project, Harold, Kin & Company and Rosie Li.
Laura Gonzalez is a top architect that is known for her amazing creations throughout the city of Paris, with classical style inspiration, on a set of restaurants, bars, hotels, and stores. She’s one of the main highlights at Maison Et Objet 2019. You’re still on time to head down to the entrance of the Hall 7, to see the wonderful Café Signature she conceded, in collaboration with Pierre Frey, along with a selection of dishes and pastries designed by Pierre Hermé.
However, Laura Gonzalez wasn’t the only relevant name that comes to MO19. Milanese gallery owner Rossana Orlandi decided to put the spotlight on plastic: recycled, reworked, recovered, it shifts from the status of annoying waste to that of the material of the future. This incredible talk featured the ideas of Rossana Orlandi (Founder of Guiltless Plastic), Alexander Schul (Designer) and was moderated by Clara Le Fort (Editor & Creative Director).
Some designers imagine total set designs, which are intrinsically temporary. Constance Guisset has created sets for Angelin Preljocal, while India Mahdavihas crafted the design for the “Nouvelles vagues” exhibition. This is work they do as a side gig in addition to their work as designers. This incredible reflection regarding “When Designers Tackle Scenography?” featured the presence of India Mahdavi (Architect, designer), Constance Guisset (Designer) and moderated by Marie Godfrain (Journalist).
Of course, it’s time to also mention some of the top Stands of this incredible event. So jump on board with us and keep scrolling down for some inspiration.
Giobagnara – Hall 7 – Stand E4 / F3
Seletti – Hall 6 – Stand J16 / K15
Magis – Hall 6 – Stand J30 / K29
Assouline – Hall 7 / Stand A31
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