Maison et Objet Set to Thoroughly Explore Hotel and Restaurant Sectors ⇒ The premier design and lifestyle Parisian trade show is almost upon us and with it a wide variety of interior design trends and ideas
In celebration of its 25th anniversary, the new edition of the international trade fair will be all about embracing the future as well as how trends and consumer behavior will evolve. Under the theme of (RE)GENERATION, M&O Paris will pay great focus to the hotel and restaurant sectors, providing numerous ways on how business owners can meet the expectations of today’s customers.
Innovation is key in order for a business to have success. With the rise of social media and the increase of demand, it has become imperative for hotel and restaurant professionals to step up their game in regards to a multitude of factors, from an environmental standpoint to a case of refined aesthetics. Millennial Customers are in dire search of places that provide unique experiences and go beyond the conventional notion of what it is a hotel, bar or restaurant.
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Since Maison et Objet furnishes endless sources of inspiration, for the upcoming show, they have created a special trail that will help the professional needs of café owners, hoteliers, and restaurateurs, whether that be in terms of furniture, tableware, lighting, textiles, and even fragrances.
Furthermore, Industry specialists, like Laurent Delporte, Sylvie Leroy and Denis Courtiade, gave an assisting hand to further make this hospitality trail more accessible to professionals by introducing them to brands like Casafina (Kitchen utensils and crockery), DCW Editions (lighting), Kann (furniture), and The Organic Company (interior design accessories), among other exhibitors whose products are handpicked for sectors such as these.
A new feature will also be introduced as Maison et Objet has organized hospitality business meetings that will gather interior designers, hoteliers, and restaurateurs with industry experts in an effort to help the former with their project development. The 30-minute meetings will be held at the exhibitors’ booth.
The design event’s “What’s New?” areas is also a must-see visit for all industry professionals. These spaces are specifically designed by trend seekers such as Elisabeth Leriche, François Bernard, and François Delclaux. For example, 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. 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. Lastly, 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).
As tradition dictates, the event will also host a series of debates where visitors will get to hear some of the world’s most influential designers, such as Pierre-Yves Rochon who has 30 years of experience in the luxury hotel sector and Heidi Pettersworld, who was the leader behind the creation of the very first underwater restaurant in Europe, among many others.
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