A strong theme that will bring people together around an exploration of the different aspects of the “New luxury”, with exhibitors present across the 14 sectors covering the whole range of styles and product offerings in decoration, design and lifestyle. Exceptional installations by famous names will showcase even more new products, innovations and talented designers, while fascinating interludes will inspire you as never before and make sure your visit takes place under the best possible conditions.
For this new edition, Maison&Objet puts luxury in the spotlight and invites us to re-examine its various creative iterations. Will you be tempted by “Ûber Luxury”, or “Lux Populis”?
The former combines fine crafts with new technology, with one foot in the past and the other firmly in the future. In this trend, designers develop materials with the help of physicists, fabrics are adorned with silk, copper, and LED threads, sofas become fully connected objects, and waiting lists grow longer for these ever-more-exclusive objects of desire.
Hall 2, 3, 4 & 7. No less that 4 spaces await visitors! The What's New? spaces put the focus on a forward-looking, curated selection of all that’s new this season featuring products chosen from amongst the exhibitors’ collections.
Hall 7. Devoid of any blah blah, the experience promises to be highly instructive and to offer a complete change of scenery. Renowned experts and plenty of famous faces will be there!
How could you come to the fair without discovering all the capital has to offer? A new circuit in the heart of Paris...
Hall 7. An enchanted experience. Combining Art and Technology, the international art collective teamLab returns to Maison&Objet Paris to present “Resonating Microcosms of Life - Solidified Light Color”, a new, 100% immersive installation where nature meets the digital world.
Hall 6. Voted Maison&Objet Designer of the Year, architect Franklin Azzi is a multi-facetted creative with a wide variety of influences. Visitors to the fair will discover his expressive space on the “Work” theme.
Halls 5A & 6. The sun is rising on the Rising Talent awards and its light illuminates Japan’s rising stars. It’s the perfect opportunity to discover the young generation’s ambitious creations and boundless imagination.
Hall 6. Arising from a partnership between Maison&Objet, AUBE and Chaoshang, this major design competition seeks to discover the best designers from China or from china-related projects. Come to meet the award team
Hall 7. The first-ever online platform for exceptional designs from contemporary stars and young talents in decor. The Invisible Collection offers its vision of sustainable luxury and excellence in craftsmanship.
Hall 5A. Renault promises to break all the rules and bring a new polish to its cult-favorite 4L model, with a new version, "La suite N°4" (Suite #4) created by star designer and visionary Mathieu Lehanneur, Discover this fine automobile.
Hall 6. Carefully selected by big names in the world of decor, as well as our trend team, the most popular furniture and objects on our platform await your discovery right this way. Enjoy the inspiration!
Hall 6. Materials library matériO’ presents exceptional pieces from its Paris showroom. Come and discover these innovative materials and technologies, fuel your inspiration and bring a touch of the sublime to your future projects!
Hall 5A. Looking for a content platform that offers solutions to the issues professionals face? A live demo of it took place at the fair! Each day, a program of flagship videos was shown, alongside a team to answer your questions. Join the Academy!
Hall 1. Circular thinking, beautifully demonstrated: this space that displays 100% reused items is itself made of wood reclaimed from the Maison&Objet Paris fair in September 2021. By Fab City Grand Paris.
Hall 6. Zero waste for furniture! This designated eco-agency for the industry has developed simple, costfree solutions so we can give a second life to or enhance our furniture.
Hall 6. Supporting today’s young generation of designers and textile creators, such is the mission of this ambitious biennale that’s already celebrating its 16th anniversary. The 5 finalists from 2021 will be exhibiting their creations
Hall 6. This 700 m2 space, orchestrated by APIMA*, brings together 17 brands, both benchmark names and young talents, from the worlds of furniture, decorative textiles, lighting and decor. *Portuguese Association of Furniture and Related Industries
Maison&Objet gives Carte blanche to iconic designers from a variety of stylistic universes (installation designers, interior designers, designers) to envision dining and rest areas and a memorable visitor experience…
Hall 7. What can be said about a simple spoon? Daniel Rozensztroch’s collection of spoons inspired his design of this café, in collaboration with Paola Navone. Bon appétit!
Hall 7. Relaxation and eating space run by Mariage Frères, Tristan Auer celebrates lightness, freshness and joy. You can sip tea and enjoy light meals, with your feet up on a deckchair or seated at the terrace.
Hall 7. The Parisian café terrace, reinvented. Dishes envisioned using coffee-roasting profiles by young chef Julien Sebbag.
Hall 3. What connects us. A bar, a restaurant, and, especially, an open space devoted to foodies and tableware lovers: in a setting designed by Cédric Martineaud from Agence 14 septembre.
Hall 6. A ticket to the other side of the world. An invitation on a voyage. In a jumble of tribal statues and unique curiosities, wood and natural materials take center stage. Enjoy a getaway within this lush universe while you take a well-deserved break.
Hall 7. Whether you want to relax and unwind while perusing our latest issue, have a chat with our journalists, have a coffee, or take part in the conversations we’ll be holding with our invited designers.