Maison Et Objet In The City is a circuit in the city uniting the one-hundred addresses that represent the essence of parisian decor: exceptional craftspeople, and exclusive interior designers, galleries, and retailers. Designed for industry professionals as a complement to the Maison&Objet fair, the magic begins on January 18th. Want to understand the true essence of the Parisian art of living?
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The Parisian establishments taking part in Maison&Objet In The City are designed to be experienced one after the other, each with an open mind and a keen curiosity. The Paris Maison&Objet circuit provides a different perspective on the industries supporting French design and decoration. Suppliers, manufacturers, craftspeople, and retailers can all be found in one circuit, along with interior designers, architects, and designers who collaborate to create the ornamental settings that we see today. They’ll be visible to you in their native habitats. The location and community will add further dimension to thier understanding of these transactions. For instance, you can discover textile and rug makers at Place des Victoires and on Rue du Mail. Each business has a special passion to share with you, from the metallic fabrics by Sophie Mallebranche to the tufted carpets by Taping, to the silk producers at Prelle and the Duchenoy house, which has been embroidering home goods and linens since 1903.
The most prestigious names in interior design are gathered in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, which is the center of design for two adjacent arrondissements. India In just a few streets, you may find Mahdavi, Armani, Atelier Tortil, Christophe Delcourt, Laura Gonzalez, Liaigre, Le Berre-Vevaud, Thierry Lemaire, Maylis, and Charles Tassin. You’ll be inspired by designers in the same area. Isidore Leroy and Ananbô wallpaper, parquet flooring from Atmosphère et bois, Codimat Collection carpet, Deidre Dyson rugs, Dedar and Rubelli fabrics, Flos lighting, Marie Dââge dishware, and even remarkable home equipment from V-Zug Studio…
Each arrondissement in Paris cultivates a subtle distinction of its own. On the Right Bank, around the 8th, there is a more subdued and private aesthetic than on the Left Bank. The architects Gilles et Boissier will welcome you to their flat on the top floor of Avenue Montaigne. Visitors will be greeted by Charlotte Biltgen in the seclusion of a courtyard apartment on Faubourg de Courcelles. In the 17th arrondissement, a little street is home to the house of Féau, which hides the woodwork of its collection. You can find sellers of Haute-Couture home linens like Frette and Vis-à-vis Paris on Rue Saint-Honoré, close to all the upscale shops.
WHEN FASHION MOVES INTO HOME
It can be tempting for a designer to transcend the limitations of the human body and project their aesthetic onto the bigger canvas of a complete home using fabrics, forms, and patterns. The next obvious sales channel after fragrances and children’s, eyeglasses, and cosmetics lines appears to be decor. The distinctive mark of a brand is completely expressed in hotel and interior design projects. You may explore these distinctively sumptuous worlds as part of the Maison&Objet In The City circuit. Versace Home offers a complete universe of furniture and accessories. Luxury Living creates, manufactures, and sells, among other things, ranges for Versace and Dolce&Gabbana, which are visible on avenue George V. From mythology with the Goddess range to the high heels of the Stiletto collection, this collection offers numerous allusions to the brand’s essence.
Giorgio Armani, who has excelled in projects of this nature since 2000, will present his idealized depiction of the house on Boulevard Saint-Germain. With Dada, the Molteni group, Rubelli upholstery fabrics, and a new bathroom idea with Roca SA, Armani also implies kitchen design. A few steps away, at 16 Boulevard Raspail, the former location of Kenzo, BoffiDePadova will debut its brand-spanning new showroom. The Everydaylife collection by Paul Smith is spread out over two stories and is housed in a Piero Lissoni-designed environment.
Fine craft artisans, threading the needle
Discover secret workshops in The City that are only open to invited visitors. Workshops with walls covered in the same repetitive human hand motions that have been passed down through the ancestors for ages. Here, those who symbolize their era, a particular style, or other marks of their time, express themselves. In Paris, craftspeople enjoy nothing more than fusing many eras and cross-pollinating their trades in order to give their creations a champagne-like fizz. Consider the house of Féau as an example. The finest collection of old wood paneling may be found in their warehouse in the 17th arrondissement. This Maison has been inviting The Invisible Collection, the top website for furniture and items from known companies in décor, to join them for a number of seasons. This time, The Invisible Collection has teamed up with Mobilier National to display a collection of furniture that was purchased by this organization in 2021 to adorn national castles and homes.