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Maison & Objet Paris: January edition in review

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Six months have passed since the last edition of Maison & Objet in the city of light and anxiety’s already growing among design lovers. With the approach of the second edition, to take place from 1 to 6 of September, the curiosity increases on which will be the news that the largest and most luxurious brands will present. For now, here is a review of the January edition.

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Maison Valentina

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Maison Valentina had an amazing design collection to show the visitors. With incredible luxury bathroom sets this sister brand of ours continues to astonish with new design concepts. You can find them from 2 to 6 of September at Stand G14, H13.

 

Brabbu

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BRABBU presented itself with its newest releases and a unique stand, celebrating spring with the most beautiful trends for 2016! Joaquim Paulo was the head designer in charge of planning BRABBU’s M&O stand. “We wanted to create an overview of different parts of the house, because BRABBU pieces provide complete solutions for every room”, he explains.

You can find them from 2 to 6 of September at Stand L29.

 

Boca do Lobo

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Boca do Lobo celebrated luxury design and furniture, with the presentation of five new design pieces and four that were showcased for the first time. With a special and an imposing space, Boca do Lobo team took those who visited them in a tour into the world of luxury and exclusive design.

You can find them from 2 to 6 of September at Stand G14, H13.

 

Delightfull

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Industrial Style was the motto taken by Delightfull to the January edition of Maison et Objet Paris. The retro design brand, that always gets inspiration from the most iconic designs of the 50’s and 60’s era, took a new concept to Paris.

You can find them from 2 to 6 of September at Stand E46, F45.

 

Essential Home

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As a newcomer, Essential Home took the stage at MO 16 setting the mood for this year, introducing itself for the first time ever to the players of the industry. At the show, visitors had the chance to see pieces such as Monocles Cabinet, Miller Center Table and Quantium Mirror.

You can find them from 2 to 6 of September at Stand E46, F45.

 

Circu

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Circu was also made its debut in the January edition of Maison et Objet Paris. With an awsome room like scenario they’ve presented the magical pieces wich transported visitors to a fairy tale world!

You can find them from 2 to 6 of September at Stand F112, G111.

 

Luxxu

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LUXXU joined this celebration of art by presenting its new and exclusive collection. The new collection left no one indifferent. Inspired by the most iconic buildings in the World, the new LUXXU’s productions are more than pieces; they are a penetrating experience into your soul.

You can find them from 2 to 6 of September at Stand G14, H13.

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I hope this little compilation have aroused the curiosity for the September edition. Leave your comments below and follow us on our Facebook and Instagram networks!

 

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