January 16, 2013
Top 5 Best Exhibitors at Maison et Objet
Part 1 Scènes d’Intérieur
Paris has been preparing for the last couple of months for one of the most exciting and world-renowned show for Home-Fashion, Home Design, decoration and Interiors, Maison et Objet. This French exhibition welcomes all professionals from this industry every January and September for a preview of the latest novelties of haute couture brands for interiors as Fendi Casa and new promising designers such as Philippe Aduatz. Every year, the show directors launch a challenge for its exhibitors under a theme.
For this article especially the 5 BEST EXHIBITORS that will be showcasing from the 18th of January till the 22nd, at Hall 7 – Scènes d’Intérieur:
Unique products inspired by the Roberto Cavalli style, long since applied in the interior of his own homes, his yachts, boutiques and clubs. Fantasy, memories of a journey, a dream, a passion for beauty – each a source of inspiration for the creation of unique objects and environments.
BOCA DO LOBO furniture is an exclusive emotional experience, a sense of belonging and a state of mind. We strive to encourage sensational experiences by creating beautiful pieces which are passionately inspired and handcrafted in Portugal by a staff that loves what they do; experiences which pass on the feeling of exclusivity. (www.bocadolobo.com)
Armani/Casa was founded in the year 2000 as a separate division, though seamlessly linked to the other “worlds” within the Armani Group, providing a platform for Giorgio Armani to set out his vision of the living space: an intimate and very special place, at one and the same time both comfortable and sophisticated. (www.armanicasa.com)
Founded in 1931, in Paris, VERONESE has raised interior lighting and handcrafted glass to a fine art. VERONESE specialises in manufacturing, designing and reproducing light fixtures and mirrors in collaboration with renowned designers and metal craftsmen, and the famed Murano mastercraftsmen. (www.verone.se)
KOKET is devotion to the seduction of the exquisite and to the provocation of love. Highly influenced by the decorative arts, fashion, flora and fauna, forms and decorative techniques from the glamorous eras reappear in the most sophisticated versions of contemporary trends. KOKET brings empowering style to a highly edited unique collection of furniture, passing on a sense of entitlement, exclusivity and prestige. (www.bykoket.com)