In January at Maison&Objet, decorative excellence dresses up in light in a thoroughly revised hall 7. Dedicated to the art of the Rare, its new geography brings together cutting-edge gatherings scènes d’intérieur et MAISON&OBJET éditeurs, to which has been added the new scènes d’intérieur Gallery space.
Bringing together the talents of uncommon creators, this new style platform celebrates exclusive visions and craftsmanship, with a particular affection for unique pieces and limited editions, all with a common philosophy: Haute Couture interiors.
Precious textiles at Editeurs. Prestigious objects and stagings at scènes d’intérieur. Exclusive signatures for the first time showing at scènes d’intérieur Gallery. Not to mention tomorrow’s trends embodied in the three inspiration itineraries put together by the Observatoire de la Maison. Concentrated in Hall 7, the sciences of ornamentation now use their sensitive imagination at the heart of scenography by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance. Paying tribute to the three identities of Hall 7 – editors, major brands and designers – the interior designer connected three basins of tinted water under a controlled symphony of light and sound which transforms them into so many mirrors. A living surface that moves and is moved at the whim of sound and light vibrations. An aesthetic metaphor serves inspired and inspiring trail of breadcrumbs. A chance to enjoy a new light thrown on the most beautiful brands and best trends.
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