Feast Your Eyes to the Best Moments of Maison et Objet 2020

Feast Your Eyes to the Best Moments of Maison et Objet 2020 ⇒ M&O Paris is well underway, take a look at some of the most stunning design products and installations that we have seen so far




Maison et Objet is always the place to be for enthusiasts and professionals as it showcases a comprehensive range of interior design inspirations and crafty ideas of how one can decorate their home or business. Today, the LUXXU’s blog brings you yet another compilation and this time around will be all about some of the best moments spotted at the fair, from the rising talents to the outstanding stands. This year, luxury brands and designs from all over the world brought their A-game and certainly are making their ever-lasting contribution to the industry!


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Designer of the Year


Michael Anastassiades uses simple shapes and volumes to create one-of-a-kind and practical designs. In his work, a dichotomy between darkness and light becomes evident. Anastassiades goes beyond the lighting purpose of a piece, taking into consideration that for about 80% of the time, the light will be switched off, so the designer makes sure that a piece is never isolated but stands out perfectly with its surrounding environment. His stand highlights a series of lighting designs that are propelled by motors which will make them move as if they were planets


Images credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion




In celebration of its 25th anniversary, the new edition of the international trade fair is embracing the future as well as how trends and consumer behavior has evolved. This new theme breaks down the desires and expectations taking into consideration all the social and economic factors that these generations had to face. Numerous designers provided the ultimate interior design ideas for one to live up to the new standards of living, you can see a few examples below.


Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion


Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion


Rising Talents


As tradition dictates, the prestigious lifestyle and design event always selects six rising talents that represent the future of design. This year, M&O Paris opted for promising French designers who were selected by a renowned jury. Below, you can take a sneak peek at each designer’s remarkable stand that you can visit in Hall 7!


Laureline Galliot nominated by René-Jacques Mayer. Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion


Natacha et Sacha nominated by Françoise Seince. Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion 


Julie Richoz nominated by Didier Krzentowski. Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion


Mathieu Peyroulet Ghilini nominated by Pierre Charpin. Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion


Wendy Andreu nominated by Guillaume Houzé. Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion


Adrien Garcia nominated by Pierre Yovanovitch. Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion


“What’s New?”


The “What’s New?” zones of Maison et Objet are always a favorite among visits. These spaces are specifically designed by trend seekers such as Elizabeth Leriche, François Bernard, and François Delclaux.


“Share” by Elizabeth Leriche


In the “Share” zone in hall 3, Leriche has opted to explore natural elements in creating a perfect and sustainable kitchen realm.  under three themes: Forest Fever, Sea Shore and Stone Age.


Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion


Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion


“Living” by François Delclaux


In Hall 4’s “Living” zone, Delclaux conceived three living environments that will help one explore the power of rocks, plant intelligence, and physical well-being.


Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion


Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion


“Care” by François Bernard


Bernard will be in the “Care” zone, Hall 2, where he developed intimate bedroom and bathroom settings under three design themes: manual (artisanal style and rustic elegance), contemplative (minimalism) and expressionist (inspired by the modern art of the ’50s).


Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion


Image credit to Anne-Emmanuelle Thion


Featured products in the MOM Village


This highly curated space was designed by Philippe Negro is an astounding source of inspiration that connects, inspires and makes everyone inspired! In this platform, you can find a wide variety of ingenious products, from furniture to textiles as well as decorative items, all of which represent the latest trends in the industry. Below, you can find two of the most outstanding designs featured in this space.


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Eiffel Tower by Queboo


Heritage Cabinet by Boca do Lobo


Craft Metier d’Arts – Hall 5A


One of the places to be during M&O Paris is the CRAFT sector that showcasing the best of French art and design as art manufacturers and fine craftsmen come together to present rare and functional designs.


Image credit to PHOTOPROEVENT / Lasne


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Image credit to PHOTOPROEVENT / Lasne


Discover a Selection of Some of the Most Original Exhibitors


LUXXU – Hall 8, Stand A16


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Vondom – Hall 6, Stand K84 / M83


Vista Alegre – Hall 8, Stand C73


Bert Frank – Hall 8, Stand B81


Mysa – Hall 8, Stand A16


Antoniolupi – Hall 6, Stand J112


Pullcast – Hall 8, Stand A16


Zaha Hadid Design – Hall 6, Stand P38


Covet House – Hall 8, Stand C13


Brabbu – Hall 6, Stand H26 / I25

Roberto Cavalli Home Tableware – Hall 8, Stand A11


Seletti – Hall 6, Stand J16 / K15


Atelier Swarovski – Hall 6, Stand K3. Image credit to Francis Amiand


Boca do Lobo – Hall 8, Stand C3

Maison Valentina – Hall 6, Stand H26 / I25


Ligne Roset – Hall 6, Stand J46 / K45. Pukka coffee table and rug by Yabu Pushelberg.


Missoni Home – Hall 8, Stand A65 / B66

Lladró – Hall 8, Stand C51


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Circu – Hall 8, Stand C20

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Guadarte – Hall 7, Stand D54 / E53


All in all, these are just a few of the best luxury brands, spaces, and products seen so far at Maison et Objet Paris, there is still plenty of more design inspirations to see, so make sure to take full advantage of the next couple of days to see as much as possible and enjoy this grand celebration of design and lifestyle!


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