This is yours Maison et Objet Guide – one of the most important Design Events in 2023 is on its way! As a result, BRABBU created this detailed guide for Maison et Objet. Don’t miss this iconic lifestyle fair, one of the world’s best design events, which will return to Paris Nord Villepinte from January 19 to 23, 2023.
Maison et Objet Guide
1 – Basic Information
Maison Et Objet Guide is the premier event for those involved in the diverse and decadent art of living. The lifestyle show provides a 360-degree product offering. Decor, design, furniture, accessories, textiles, fragrances, children’s world, and tableware are all examples of this. Throughout the inventive show design that animates the spaces, the styles coexist in various ways. This extraordinary diversity corresponds to the wide range of global market expectations. The excellent lifestyle platform, at the crossroads of business and creativity, reveals solutions to visitors from all over the world looking for something unique with each session.
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But first, some background info. When is the next Maison et Objet? The hours of operation are 09:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. from Friday to Monday. The hours of operation on Tuesday are 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The image below depicts a show map that highlights the various areas of this fair, which will provide a clearer and more organised perspective of two main areas in 2019: MAISON and its wide range of interior decoration, organised into different worlds; and OBJET, the show’s concept store, ideal for retailers.
2 – Maison et Objet 2023 Guide
Each year, the event hosts a unique inspirational theme, and this time around will be “In The City”. Vincent Grégoire of NellyRodi will once again be in charge of this highly inspiring space. The designer has analysed the most recent consumer trends and sociological phenomena and encapsulated them in a theme that appears to be humorous but actually takes the re-emergence of Molière’s country on the international stage seriously. Everything about Fra, according to Vincent Grégoire of NellyRodi, has a certain je ne sais quoi — that indescribable Gallic quality that exudes an easy allure, an effortlessly chic, and a distinct sense of style.
For many years, France has been regarded as a global centre for the arts, fashion, design, and lifestyle. It is simply the pinnacle of elegance for many. Grégoire attributes the country’s resurgence to several factors. Petites Maisons are a group of smaller companies that are reinterpreting traditional savoir-faire with product lines that are inventive and exclusive. There has also emerged a “nouvelle vague” of multiculturally influenced creatives. They shake up traditional French chic by incorporating influences from other cultures in a new fusion and mix-and-match mood.
3- Top Exhibitors
BRABBU will be in Hall 6, Stand H38 – I37 I H48 – I47 at this year’s Maison et Objet. Explore more of our intense way of life by incorporating fierceness, strength, and power into an urban lifestyle with our diverse collection of furniture, case goods, upholstery, and lighting.
Our sister companies will also be present. Maison Valentina and its elegance, as well as the exquisite Portuguese Rugs brand. COVET House will be present, as will other brands such as Boca do Lobo, Delightfull, LUXXU, and CIRCU.
4- Paris City Guide
If you’re in Paris for Maison et Objet 2023, make time to stop by Covet Paris, a stunning Covet Group Showroom comprised of two highly curated floors featuring the most cutting-edge furniture and lighting designs from three renowned luxury brands: DelightFULL, BRABBU, and BRABBU & CO. A stunning design set, including a bedroom designed to inspire the best interior design projects, is featured in the showroom.