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Maison & Objet

Running from 18 to 22 January in Paris, this year’s Maison & Objet will mark 30 years of French-inspired excellence in the home decor, design and lifestyle industry.

To celebrate the momentous occasion, this year’s show will “take visitors on a journey to a re-enchanted future, where technology and nature exist in harmony”.

Working under the theme of “Tech Eden”, this year’s fair will explore the antithesis of the theme through shape and colour in interior architecture, retail and hospitality to showcase a “futuristic biophilia, a new world of well-being”.

Acorn Vase IIEX Studio

“Maison&Objet is more attentive than ever to its customers and their needs, positioning itself at the heart of key challenges, now and in the future, by connecting creativity, innovation and eco-responsibility,” explains managing director Mélanie Leroy.

The Pema

“Our ambition is to illustrate all the opportunities available to the home decor, design and lifestyle sector, and actively support its development.

“This is reflected in the quality of the programme of events for the upcoming edition: the Designer of the Year’s innovative project, the development of a What’s New? space providing concrete responses to the challenges in retail, and the Hospitality Lab, embodying a unique forward-looking vision of the hybridisation of hospitality venues.”

Dune Holo chair

Visitors to the fair can look forward to exploring the relationship between science and nature, man and machine, and how this can be turned into a sustainable and desirable future for all, at the fair, in the city’s showrooms and on the M.O.M marketplace.

LEFT: Recycled Shell from Ostrea and RIGHT: 3 D Printed Vases Sheyn

“The desire in this new-generation narrative is no longer to reclaim space, but rather an original paradise and a return to a wild existence exalted by scientific progress,” explains Peclers Paris, who came up with the theme. 

“Through immersive experiences, Tech Eden invites professionals to rethink spatial design and layout, augmented by technological innovation, and employing innovative aesthetic and environmental approaches.”


Once upon a dream-by-Mathieu-Lehanneur

Maison&Objet the Fair: 18-22 January 2024

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