Maison&Objet Paris



The September edition of MAISON&OBJET, the international fair of home decoration, interior design, architecture and lifestyle, is back at Paris Nord Villepinte (8-12 September 2017).

One of the new developments at this edition is the Objet section, which has been updated to optimize the visitor experience, presenting the latest offerings on the market and showcasing various new trends. It will also be possible to meet over 1000 exhibitors in three clearly identified lifestyle areas: Cook&Share, Home&Fashion Accessories, Smart Gift.

In addition, MAISON&OBJET Projets proposes a range of offerings on a very high level organized around the art of tailor-made living, for the Contract & Hospitality sectors, previewing a concentrate of innovations in terms of products, materials and technologies.

Since its founding MAISON&OBJET Paris has paid close attention to young design talent. The Rising Talent Awards present the next generation of design stars, young creative professionals (selected from graduates of the Ecole Supérieure de Création Industrielle ENSCI – Les Ateliers), in a special area for their latest creations: Claire Lavabre, Alexander Echasseriau, Julien Phedyaeff & Christopher Santerre, Luce Couillet, Lisandro Graebling, Samy Rio, Raphaël Pluvinage & Marion Pinaffo and Jean-Baptiste Fastrez.

MAISON&OBJET Paris highlights the most outstanding signatures on the international design and decor scene, selecting a designer of the year as the specific focus of each edition, with an accent on product design in January and interior architecture in September. After Pierre Charpin in the month of January, the personality chosen for September 2017 is the interior designer Tristan Auer.

Now at its seventh edition and well positioned in the international design panorama, Paris Design Week (8-16 September) has a strategic slot in the trade fair calendar: to discover new locations, new collections and new talents in the same period in which the protagonists of design, decor, fashion and art gather in Paris for the main event of the fall season.