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Maison et Objet 2016 is just around the corner, and Modern Floor Lamps Team wants to share with you all information that you can need about this major trade show of design and lifestyle, an event that happens in Paris, twice a year (January and September).
Maison et Objet 2016 takes place from Friday 22nd to Tuesday 26th, at the Parc dês Expositions de Paris Nord Villepinte. This edition is the pre-eminent design show in France and results in thousands of visitors daily. The show counts on nearly 3,000 exhibitors, of which 45% are international brands. Also, the trade fair spotlights the most outstanding names on the international design and decor scene today.
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Under the direction of François Bernard, the theme of the Maison et Objet 2016 is WILD and emerged after a meeting with members of the Observatory Maison & Objet, where François shared his feeling of brotherhood between the soft power and raw, crude and sophisticated.
Space will open to the original idea of the wild, with the evocation of the deep forest. It will continue with the idea of a savagery of the city in its interstices, but also in domestic architecture and landscapes business. The last part of the exhibition deals with a more spiritual dimension of the theme around the sacred and the ritual.
M&O DESIGNER OF THE YEAR 2016
The honored designer of the show will be Eugeni Quitllet, a Catalan designer who readily describes himself as a “Disoñador,” a contraction of the Spanish words for designer and dreamer. From object to space, Quitllet is a design maestro with a unique vision for rethinking our surroundings with ever-evolving innovation.
In 2011, Eugeni Quitllet took off, opened his studio in Barcelona and delighted the design world with his cheerful signature style: “I love that creativity sympathetically addresses uses and people.” His sentimental design doesn’t neglect ecology, since it uses all manner of precious materials, starting with plastic, which can bring beauty and usefulness to many.
This new division of the sectors makes it easier for the visitor to have the feeling that the exhibition is in a store format and more like ride between galleries. Now that the Maison & Objet 2016 dates have been announced, it’s time to get to know more about the sectors of the show and see exactly what you can find there. There are plenty of reasons to attend to M&O Paris, starting with a fantastic and exclusive range of exhibitors.
From Friday to Monday:
Opening Time: 9.30am (UTC+1h)
Closing Time: 7pm (UTC+1h)
Opening Time: 9.30am (UTC+1h)
Closing Time: 6pm (UTC+1h)
Access to the trade show in January 2016 (Parc dês Expositions de Paris in Nord Villepinte):
From Paris, take the RER B towards Roissy Charles de Gaul station “Parc des Expositions”. Free shuttle buses are also provided from Paris (Porte Maillot) and from Charles de Gaulle Airport.