Maison&Objet is known for being an attractive trade show that provides unique experiences. This year the inspiration theme was New Luxury and brought marvelous discoveries and successful business meetings.
Luxury was the spotlight and it provided the possibility to showcase the most creative brands and design houses, where signature pieces by international design stars were featured.
The Invisible Collection by Émilie Bonaventure was present and showed us the perception of responsible luxury and superior craftsmanship through the future of the furniture world.
Maison&Objet In The City
One of the main highlights was definitely Maison&Objet In The City: a tour through the city that gathers the greatest interior designers to show them Paris’ prestige mansions and the exceptional craftsmanship expected from one of the main design centers in the world.
A tailor-made circuit of 65 Spots that make up the Parisian ecosystem of excellence in decor – all for professionals
How We Live: The Place Of Home In The World Of Today
A design curator, a journalist, and a design historian got together to discuss how our domestic spaces are being radically redefined due to a time of lockdowns and restrictions. This conference by Ian Phillips, Catharine Rossi, Jana Scholze was interesting from the first minute to the last one, mentioning subjects like how our ever-evolving lifestyles help us to define our identity; where does the boundary lie between the public and personal realms, and how the design of our homes will shape our lives of the future.
Ian Phillips: Journalist & Author
Catharine Rossi: Design Historian at Kingston School of Art
Jana Scholze: Design Curator
Rare Craftsmanship For Interior Design
Intersecting views from a rotogravure printer, a cabinetmaker, a decorator, and an editorial director from one of the most famous magazines in the world this conference was all about how professionals will bring decorative settings into being and take them to an ever-more-subtle level of refinement not hesitating to sometimes mix manual traditions with new technologies.
Fanny Boucher: Rotogravure Printer
Steven Leprizé: Cabinetmaker
Nicolas Pinon: Lacquerer – Decorator
Danièle Gerkens: Editorial Director – ELLE Décoration & ELLE à table
Tristan Auer: Bespoke Luxury As A Hallmark
A brilliant approach between the interior designer and architect Tristan Auer and Sylvie Adigard about how he creates a real, unique, and emotional journey when a new project is started.
A mix of a singular vision and collaboration with the finest artisans where a new definition of bespoke luxury was given.
Tristan Auer: Interior Designer & Founder
Sylvie Adigard: Journalist & Producer
Among some of the most impacting furniture brands in the industry, Domkapa had also the opportunity to show the magnific upholstery world created by 100% Portuguese production and high-quality materials.
After a pandemic season and multiple postponed events, we finally got the chance to meet some old clients, design enthusiasts, and, of course, new business partnerships that will help to level up our upholstery items and their interior design projects.
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