“When uniqueness makes the difference…
”How can you make your offer stand out within this ultra-competitive landscape? François Bernard provides a rich, nuanced answer to this question and spotlights various exhibitors at Maison&Objet. And what do they have in common? Meeting an ever-growing demand for personalization and customization from concept stores, creator boutiques, pop-up shops and museum shops, to stand out from the rest. In an elegant setting full of light and shade, François Bernard show us a thousand-and-one objects, both personal and customizable, that are reinventing themselves and opening up visitors’ desires and imagination.
HALL 2. « Leisure » – Museum tour by Francois Bernard
“The object: the symbol of a joyful identity”
Through a theatrical, poetic pathway, François Delclaux pays tribute to these household objects contributing to our domestic bliss and making our homes a refuge that protects us from the tumultuous world outside. A gentle pause within the Maison & Objet fair, this space revisits the five senses – scenting, drinking, wrapping up in softness, blossoming, illuminating –, and highlights rare, happy moments of our lives, enhancing the intimate relationship we have with these essential everyday objects that are key components of our joyful identity.
HALL 3. « Care » – rare times by Francois Delclaux
“A dreamlike and sensory journey”An invitation on a journey like no other…Such is the promise of the ‘Elements of Nature’ exhibit created by Elizabeth Leriche for Maison&Objet. This mineral, dreamlike and inspiring setting offers a unique sensory escape into a discovery of three zones that pay tribute to the different forms nature can take: contemplative, essential and sculptural. With a mix of lightness and creativity, the objects highlighted here allow us to lastingly reconnect with authentic nature.
HALL 4. « Living » – Elements of nature by Elizabeth Leriche
“Hotel-style luxury at home”
What defines a home ? What role does it play in the luxury sector ? The amazing story of a truly unique mansion illustrates an underlying trend affecting the world of luxury : the gradual blurring of boundaries between premium hotel services and our everyday home lives. Intriguing, mysterious and exclusive, it takes us through different spaces within a hotel – the patio, the bar, the bathroom, the lounge area...- reimagined to inspire our homes, enhanced with fine craft pieces and illustrated by a selection of singular objects and exceptional furniture.
HALL 7. « Luxury » – So home hotel by Goodmoods