Maison et Objet Paris 2017 will invite more than 3000 exhibitors but these ones are definitely worth to see!
So as you already probably know, the second edition of Maison et Objet Paris 2017 is upon us to showcase the latest interior design trends and collections in the market.
Taking place from September 8-12 at Paris Nord Villepinte, the event counts with an intense program with more than 3000 exhibitors, conferences, awards and special design installations.
After taking a look at this edition’s exhibitors list we realized that the lighting category definitely stood out the most, and couldn’t help but share it with you today.
If you don’t want to miss the best of MO PARIS 2017, grab a paper and pen right now and start noting down these incredible lighting brands!
Hall 5B — Stand C9
If you’re a fan of passionate design and classic shapes, you won’t want to miss LUXXU‘s exhibition. Our collection is a combination between timeless and luxurious design where accent colors like black and gold aim to liven up any space. An everlasting aesthetic language full of detailing, noble materials and elegant shapes.
Definitely not for the soft-hearted.
Hall 7 — Stand F82
Anour is Farsi and means light.
It is also the name of a Danish design company established in 2007. With this label, Founder and Architect Arash Nourinejad realized his vision to create a lamp of uncompromising design with visionary functionality, made from the highest quality materials.
Hall 7 — Stand F16 / G15
Henri Bursztyn is a trained architect and has been working for more than 15 years in the design of contemporary furniture. He creates unique and original pieces for individuals and professionals in search of poetic and functional creations. Inspired by minimalism, purity of forms, noble and natural materials, he sculpts, with apparent simplicity, volumes and light.
Hall 7 — Stand F33
DELIGHTFULL’s world is about ambiance, history, moments that stay forever through lighting designs created by artisans with wisdom and passion for craftsmanship. It is a know-how culture combining the past Heritage of handwork with attention to emerging needs of the future.
Hall 5B — Stand F16
As an architect by trade, Design Director, Mike Treanor has a keen eye for beautiful design. Having expanded his horizons by traveling the globe for almost a year before finally establishing Mullan Lighting in 2008, Mike draws inspiration from many international styles. By way of his travels, he brings his many design influences to life in the form of beautifully hand crafted luminaries for the world to enjoy.
Hall 7 — Stand D96
Inspired by Taiwanese indigenous culture, Kamaro’an explores natural materials and delicate craftsmanship through simplistic designs. They believe in both creativity and precision that hands can bring to life.
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