“Maison & Objet” brings together trends in luxury workstation furniture

Until September 10th, Maison & Objet will take place in Paris, one of the most important events in the decoration segment focused on workplaces. In a total area of ​​1,000 m² the fair brings together the classics, releases and trends that are successful in the area. Among the objectives of the fair is a commitment to help architects take a new approach to office designs through creativity, a high-end approach, selection of furniture and home furnishings and the forward-looking look of some. from your partners.

Highlights include the latest releases of the segment curated by Chantal Hamaide. Another special space has been decorated by Philippe Boisselier, an area called What’s New that highlights some of the many furniture, items, and accessories that can help add character to a contemporary workspace.

In a language marked by the “rereading of the classic”, architect Laura Gonzalez was nominated as the Designer of the Year for this edition of Maison & Objet

In this edition of the event Laura Gonzalez architecture was nominated as the Designer of the Year of this edition. Well known in the French capital for the language of her work, for the last two years she has attracted attention abroad, stamping her rereading of the classic in a series of restaurants, bars, hotels and shops. “I feel that spaces need to have their own soul,” says Laura. More details about the show can be found on the official website of Maison & Objet.

Check below for a selection of some of the highlights of the event.