WHAT'S NEW?

Looking for something new?
The What’s New? spaces present the season’s most remarkable new products organised by theme, items that stand out from the crowd because they are innovative, or because of the materials and know-how used to make them.
There’s no better place to get an idea of the wealth of what’s on offer at the trade show.

At the “WHAT’S NEW?” spaces within the MAISON&OBJET fair, the latest trends come to life through the subtle, inspiring, and diverse selection of new products by our trend analysts.

Living by François Bernard – Hall 2

Confronted with stereotypical mass decoration trends, François Bernard wanted to experiment in newer, more distinctive and emerging creative directions.” He explores 3 aspects of this elegant trend - Modern Living, Sculptural Living and Soft Living - and their main influences, such as animist art and 20th century geometric abstraction.

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Share by François Delclaux – Hall 3

For François Delclaux, tableware has got a new lease of life thanks to the hotel and restaurant industry, “places that put on a display, one in which it is possible to bend the rules, in both a minimalist and maximalist direction. The “MIN / MAX” dichotomy is a way of exploring minimalism’s chiaroscuro aspects and a maximal theatrical exuberance.

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Care by Elizabeth Leriche – Hall 4

“We are seeking reassurance at a time when everything is becoming virtual”, Elizabeth Leriche explains. This tactile comfort is ideally expressed in bedrooms and bathrooms. 4 facets are presented: functionality in Simply Together; natural materials in Mediterranean Craft; nature in Deep Nature; and finally urban sophistication in City Elegance.

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WORK! by Chantal Hamaide – Hall 6

According to Chantal Hamaide, the connected society and new working practices are fashioning a connected nomadic lifestyle that relies on objects. 4 words illustrate this trend: connectivity, comfort, usage and mobility. “We now need a high level of connectivity and, to soften this environment, we also need more personal objects and pretty things.” Exhibition design: Philippe Boisselier

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