January 17-21, 2020
September 04-08, 2020
From Friday to Monday: 9.30 am to 7 pm
Tuesday: 9.30 am to 6 pm
Adapted rates (Shipping cost included)
MAISON&OBJET PARIS Sept. 2019 Catalogue & Trend Mook
Before the show, prepare your visit through our digital platform MOM.
After the show and all year round, prolong the MAISON&OBJET experience online! Available 24/7.
|Attractive discounts, up to -15%, on a wide range of public fares on all AIR FRANCE, KLM and their code-shared flights worldwide.|
ID Code: 36129AF
Travel Valid Period: Jan. 10, 2020 to Jan. 28, 2020
Event location: PARIS
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|Myboutiquehotel is the first platform to book a boutique hotel in Paris.
Discover an exclusive selection to visit MAISON&OBJET in January.
|Thanks to TheFork app and website, every food lover can easily find a restaurant, book a table in a few seconds and immediately receive his booking confirmation.|
In order to stay in France, some foreign nationals must have a visa. In order to help you obtain one, we will send you a letter of invitation to present to the French Consulate or Embassy in your country, which will then provide you with a visa. The letter of invitation will be sent to you after you pre-register and have requested one through your personal space.
Download the free MAISON&OBJET PARIS App and access all the information you need: list of exhibitors, maps, programs, lectures and events… New update, forget the bug.
Take the A1 or the A3 motorway towards Lille, then take the A104 motorway towards Soissons, follow the signs for “Parc des Expositions Visiteurs”.
P1, P2 and P3 (14,000 parking places) car parks are at your disposal by Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre. Payment is made when you exit the car park.
Rates*: 0h – 3h: 0,80€ / 15mn — 3h01 – 6h: 0,70€ / 15mn — 6h01 – 7h: 0,40€ / 15mn — from the 8th to the 24th hour: 20€ — every additional 24 – hour interval and lost ticket: 20€
Bus rate / day: 40€
*All 15 – minute interval begun is due in full
As soon as you arrive at the airport, let our WELCOME PACK ease your way. This complete service will show you where to go and provide transport with the help of our welcome pack partners: Viparis, Paris Aéroport, the Comité Régional du Tourisme Paris Ile-de-France and MAISON&OBJET.
Every 30 minutes:
Please note: there will be no shuttles from Porte Maillot.
As a result of major works in Porte Maillot (in preparation for a new station to be located under the roundabout), it will not be possible to run the shuttle service.
Hostesses are present to inform and guide you on your arrival at Paris Charles de Gaulle and Paris Nord Villepinte and the Gare du Nord and Gare de Lyon (no transfer shuttle from these stations).
The Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre provides taxi terminals, which allow you to easily access the trade shows from the two main entrances.
|In need of help?
Keep an eye out for our information desks. Our teams are there to provide all the information you need. Do you want a selection of exhibitors that meet your criteria? We’ll do it for you.
|Do you need to recharge your batteries?
You can top up mobiles, tablets and laptops at our information desks and while there, take a break yourself, download the MAISON&OBJET app and pick up the show’s documentation.
|DO YOU NEED A BREAK? This pictogram shows you where you can take the weight off your feet and take a break. Don’t miss Colunex’s special snooze area in Hall 7, stand G54.|
|Rates: Hanger/item: 2 € / Handbag: 3 € / Big luggage: 4 €. Please note that luggage is not allowed at the show. It must be left at the coat check. Cloakrooms are open half an hour before the show opening and one half an hour after closure (Friday to Monday: from 9 am to 7.30 pm - Tuesday: from 9 am to 6.30 pm)|
Garçon! The menu please.
Maybe you could eat a horse, or erhaps you usually eat like a bird? Are you vegetarian, or do you like a good steak? Is a quick snack on the go ok, or do you prefer crisp white tablecloths? Whatever your lunchtime preferences you won’t be disappointed. From sushi to sandwiches, from poke bowls to mezze and from oysters to tournedos, there’s definitely something that’ll take your fancy in one of the 70 eateries dotted around the halls.
|To go quickly and easily from one end of the show to another just hop on a shuttle! Our free shuttles run non-stop to take you from one hall to another throughout the trade show.
The Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre is equipped to allow access to disabled on each hall.
Visitors on parking, 1 car with driver is available near the seats reserved for PMR to accompany you to the inputs hall. Tel. +33 (0)6 14 16 93 84. The driver will give you a card so you can contact him to get back to your vehicle.
For any request of a wheelchair, please contact: MIP ACESO firstname.lastname@example.org
Chairs will be available at the infirmary Hall1 or Hall 6.
This service will be available at the entrance gallery during the five days of the tradeshow (Pack Accueil).
The Concierge Desk at your service!
World Express Services offers solutions for your deliveries in France and abroad. This service is in the business center, in the entrance gallery.
SAFI is not responsible for the execution of this service, which is only provided under the responsibility of WES. (Tel: +33 (0)1 49 19 80 85, email: email@example.com
|Come and meet, consult, talk and subscribe to the French and international press of the art of living at the crossroads of the best deco influences/fashion/culture.|
|The «Les Mistigris» day-care space is available free of charge for children from 3 to 12. It is located: mezzanine Hall 6 - Room 618. Food is not served. For children under 3, there is a changing table available, but they may not be left in day care.
Access to the trade shows is forbidden to children, but if you would like your child to accompany you to the show, the entrance fee is 70€.
A calm and specially designed space for mothers of young babies. Mezzanine Hall 6 – Garderie – Room 618.
A space is provided for all those who wish to retreat to a quiet place to pray. Hall 5A – Room 505.
You can visit the exibitors welcome desk Hall 6 if you have lost or found an object.
Trade shows are strictly reserved for professionals. Professional identification (professionnal business card for international visitors) must be presented in order to obtain an entrance badge for the trade shows. You will not be allowed to access the trade shows without any professional I.D.
Permission must be granted by exhibitors before taking any images.
Luggage is prohibited on the trade shows. Cloakrooms are at your disposal at each entrance. We inform you that security agents are authorised to control bags/luggage in order to guarantee the trade shows security.
To wear your badge is mandatory. Your badge is strictly personal and not transferable. In case of fraudulent use, it may be confiscated. The owner is liable to a fine of 160€ without prejudice to any damages payable to the organiser.
Lost, forgotten or unused badges will not be replaced or refunded.
It is forbidden to remove any merchandise during the 5 days of each trade show.
Your badge will be requested at each entrance and exit.
According to the penal code (art.446-1 and s) the street hawking of properties (including badges) in public places has become a crime, liable to police questioning and arrest. People can be prosecuted to pay a fine from 3750 to 15000€ and a prison sentence from 6 months to one year, with seizure and destruction of means and other products linked to the offence.
HOFFMAN is a leading law firm in the fields of Intellectual Property Rights and Competition Law.
The members of HOFFMAN Law firm are at your disposal to provide you advice and practical solutions for the prevention and the defense of your creation rights and in matter of competition and distribution.
Though the “(RE) GENERATION!” theme of the fair gives you the keys to understand this new context, Paris is already living in tune with the latest consumer trends. Here’s our ideal tour of the city.
Does a funky take on healthy tempt you? Ava Farhang advocates for the concept of a healthy mind in a fun environment. Yes, you can like healthy seeds and grains and good home cooking, too, and this is just what this new spot on the Left Bank wants to show us. Chef Jenny Boniton cooks up delicious, cross-cultural vegetarian or vegan cuisine by taking inspiration from the many flavors of the world. And here’s some good news: you can dine all day, from noon to midnight, and small bites to share (kaho pad sapparot, baba ganoush, and more) can be savored alongside stunning cocktails such as the Goji-berry and litchi Spritz.
The famous online flea market, where you can uncover cult vintage pieces, such as a Togo sofa by Michel Ducaroy or the B32 chair by Marcel Breuer, has now set up shop on the 4th floor of the BHV. So, now it’s truly possible to search for decor It-products within a setting that’s refreshed each quarter and made botanically beautiful by “Les Mauvaises Graines”.
This is THE new eco-friendly boutique in the Abbesses area! Alice and Léa tested their finds online before opening a shop IRL. They’ve selected around fifty brands focused on direct distribution, recycling, and organic products. With, as a bonus, workshops on-site to help you learn to make your own cosmetics and decorative or lifestyle accessories.
Committed, visionary designer/architect/urban planner/photographer Charlotte Perriand surprisingly long remained in the shadow of Le Corbusier. This major retrospective thus highlights 70 years of creative design over 4000 m2, and shows us that, even in the 1920s, she was already truly ahead of her time. Her brilliant design creations include the open-plan kitchen! This exhibit also offers 200 artworks signed by the greatest artists of the 20th century, with whom she collaborated: Fernand Léger, Calder, Picasso, Miro, Le Corbusier, Braque, and even Soulages.
At the heart of Station F, you sometimes have to be a bit patient to get into the largest restaurant in Europe (4500 m2, five kitchens, seating 1000 customers)! But this venue is definitely worth the trip, and the pizzas aren’t too shabby either. You can also loll around sipping on a cocktail, sharing antipasti, strolling around amidst the train cars, reading on the mezzanine, or attending a concert.
From field to plate, the urban gardeners at Merci Raymond have taken over L’Antenne, a creative space in the 11th arrondissement, creating a super-sized vegetable garden, and, at the same time, a stylish locavore eatery that tickles the taste buds without increasing your carbon footprint. With a limited set menu at lunchtime and small bites to share at night, the food here is simple as pie: delicious, ultra-fresh, and zero-waste. The Specials of the Day board lists the number of kilometers produce had to travel to get to your plate.
The Nemo Biennale pursues its presentation of digital art in all its forms. With this exhibition, Gilles Alvarez and José-Manuel Gonçalvès, director of the 104, plunge us into a museum that has been forsaken since the last human being disappeared. A futuristic immersion led by a guide, where we discover, in particular, fascinating robotic artworks.
Hidden in the midst of the 10th arrondissement, this Lilliputian Aladdin’s cave has built itself a solid reputation among experienced bargain hunters, and with good reason. The star of the show, Shiri Slavin, former artistic director at Merci, has an eye for unearthing the finest retro clothes and accessories. A Seventies jumpsuit, American bomber jackets, blinged-out jewelry, airline satchels…from floor to ceiling, it’s a joyful, offbeat, kitschy jumble, with a preference for the 1960’s and ‘70s. What do we love? The low prices and selection of decor items on the mezzanine that are just flying out the door.
Sourcing purists, take note: the team from the Résistants, headed up by the incorruptible Florent Piard, is back, this time in the 10th arrondissement, and they’ve done it again. The setting, for a start, is a winner: this former wigmakers revamped into a winter garden has tons of charm. On the menu, the crème de la crème of regional produce, directly sourced from 300 French country farmers, made into dishes that delight: Berkshire free-range pork, Beluga lentils, golden mullet from Martigues…Inventive, delectable, and virtuous: it’s a vision of the future of dining.
The most famous of all department stores offers a reinvented version of itself on this prestigious avenue! Its four levels set within a 1930s building were redesigned by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels. Out went the classic display cases, and in came six glass boxes suspended over the dome. This new flagship with a futuristic bent has opted for mixed fashion spaces, and focuses on personal stylists to guide clients off the beaten path. It’s a whole new shopping experience.
A hybrid space for co-working, having a cup of coffee, and getting in some culture, with an innovative, multidisciplinary program of events (exhibitions, shows, debates, workshops, etc.) that raise questions about the new ways we consume, the housing of the future, sustainable development, activism in the era of the social web, or the ecological transition. A 1000-square-meter space at the heart of the Marais that’s free and open to the public…what a dream!
Located right across from the Michelin-starred Neso, this space from Guillaume Sanchez, the poet of fermentation, is a cocktail bar featuring a raw, minimal décor. This tattooed chef wanted to bring his expertise in terms of seasonal preparation of fine produce to the world of mixology by applying the basic principles behind his cooking to divine nectars, and the experience is as stunning as it is flavorful. Milk Punch and Miel Sauvage (Wild Honey) are paired with tapas prepared using a zero-waste philosophy: thus, lobster-claw meat is used to make ravioli, or turbot egg sacs are made into poutargue. It’s clever, tasty, and sustainable.
Resolutely in the category of all-purpose venues, here’s a place that’s a co-working space, boutique hotel, restaurant, gym, rooftop vegetable garden, speakeasy, and barber shop, all in one! It’s an urban campus that’s one-of-a-kind in Europe, dedicated to work and to personal development. The interior design was a creation of London-based architectural firm MoreySmith, which has, in particular, crafted the design of Primark’s offices.
To imagine this incredible living space, interior designers Joyce Urbanus and Dax Roll, also partners in life in Amsterdam, ventured off to explore and take in the cosmopolitan character of the 10th arrondissements. A real urban oasis, le Grand quartier is, first and foremost, a hotel, a gigantic garden, a café/restaurant with La Brûlerie de Belleville, a shop, and some meeting rooms. This is a new vision of (good) urban living.
A social space dedicated to eco-consciousness, La Recyclerie is constantly showing a new face. You might meet up here to have a bite to eat, fix something at René’s workshop, do some gardening at the urban farm set up in the former rail yard of the Gare d’Ornano, or attend a talk. It’s the essential spot to find out more about zero-waste living, recycling, permaculture, or collaborative consumption.
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