Let's Recap All The Best Moments from Maison et Objet 2017!
M&O 2017: Make sure you’re updated on everything in case you weren’t able to attend September edition.
It’s time to let you know that Maison et Objet 2017has come to an end. Paris has never been so brighter since DelightFULL was there to brighten up everyone’s interior design world. With hundreds of interior design brands celebrating design, today we are going to recap all the best moments of this amazing trade show.
Seletti has always gained a free pass into our “most out of the box stands” selection. Every single person stopped to look or take pictures when they passed by this bold, different and unique stand. This versatile stand was filled with bright colors and iconic pieces with crazy pop culture inspirations. One of our favorite features was definitely the vintage wallpapers that really stand out.
Vitra was one of the boldest stands of this Maison et Objet Edition. With a collection based on classic patterns and objects conceived by designers such as Alexander Girard, Charles and Ray Eamesand George Nelson, this stand represented authenticity, joy, and playfulness.
We absolutely love Scandinavian Design, so one of our favorite stands of this edition the one from Design House Stockholm. With products filled with personality and character, this stand added something new to this outstanding trade show and confirming that they distinguished themselves as publishers of design rather than conventionals producers.
Finally, Tom Dixon’s stand was one of the most dazzling lighting stands of the show. The interior designer showcased a collection of borosilicate glass vessels that seek to become ritualistic instruments of every day drinking and serving. ‘BUMP’ includes minimalist vases, a pair of tall and short water glasses, a tea set, and a water jug, each delicately handmade with subtle levels of pink and gray translucency.’
The Best Conference
Among the extensive list of conferences during Maison et Objet Conferences, Tristan Auer, designer of the year award, designing interiors and emotions was one of the most awaited one. The conference was moderated by Marion Vignal, journalist, and curator and Tristan Auer talked about his bespoke luxury interior designs and about his inspirations related to the glamorous lifestyle of the 1920s and 1930s and the French style.