Maison et Objet: Trends That Were Set By Paris Design Week – For 25 years, SAFI, a division of Ateliers d’Art de France and RX France, has been interacting with and connecting the global design, home decor, and lifestyle communities through Maison Et Objet. What is the logo of Maison&Objet? Its singular talent for spotting trends will excite and inspire the home decor industry, as well as its singular ability to forge connections and accelerate business, both at trade shows and via its digital platform. Continue reading this LUXXU Blog article for all the details!
Maison et Objet – The Ultimate Trends
Seletti, an Italian pop brand, returns to Maison&Objet with a fresh retail shop-in-shop concept that features the company’s most recent collections. The facade is covered in a brick-like pattern, and tents are placed atop the windows’ showcase windows. Visitors can view the new collections through the openings and get a sense of being in a real Seletti store while doing so. Visitors are greeted inside by a black-and-white checkered floor. Platforms and bookcases, which are modular pieces of furniture, dominate the interior.
The new El Dorado for designers and businesspeople is Metaverse. The inspiration for this year is Meta Sensible. We are invited to enter the kind of world we have all been dreaming of during Paris Design Week. Hold up a mirror to the tangible and intangible, feel the emotion evoked by handcrafted items, and be moved by the sight of a digital work of art intended to be installed in a “Meta” interior, all without feeling torn between the two.
A palette of hues that contrasts the gloomy surroundings! Discover items in a thoughtful palette that energizes and sets the tone for interiors, just as it arouses our senses and emotions, from vases to textiles to baskets to chairs!
Prime examples include the rounded lines of the most recent, vibrantly colored designs displayed by Mojow or Pols Potten, or the sofas from the Italian brand Saba that are sold in NFT form. On the other hand, we are seeing a return to natural textures and materials, as well as artisanal items and craftsmanship.
Dreams already exist in the world. They are the focus of François Delclaux’s simple, surrealist props. Powder pink, aqua, and cloudy grey are fading colors. Gossamer lighting that is ethereal and mysterious emerges like a dream from the cloaked environment, and light, poetic furniture softens the hard edges of daily life. According to François Delclaux, the concept of utopia is at the center of experimentation and current discussions. In this sturdy home, its forms are already apparent.
“The physical and digital worlds are no longer at odds with one another. Better yet, the two worlds combine and cross-pollinate, improving one another, says Vincent Grégoire of the NellyRodi agency, which developed the idea.