Defining trends at Maison&Objet Paris

Innovation and Style the future of Interior Design

Welcome to the heart of innovation and creativity for interior design at Maison&Objet 2024 in Paris. Celebrating its 30th anniversary, this year's event has once again surprised us all, pushing the boundaries of imagination and setting new benchmarks in the design world. Join us as we stroll through the sparkling aisles of this international fair, unveiling the emerging trends and celebrating the highlights that made this edition unforgettable.

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Designer of the Year 2024: Mathieu Lehanneur

The French visionary, Mathieu Lehanneur, has been named Designer of the Year 2024. Known for his multidisciplinary approach—collaborating closely with scientists and startups to merge design with technology, art, and craftsmanship—Lehanneur designed the Olympic and Paralympic torches for the Paris 2024 Games. He is the mastermind behind the outdoor-inspired installation, Outonomy, which encapsulates the essence of escape, takeoff, breath, and life. "The project is grounded in the idea of independence and freedom, far from noise and density, towards somewhere else to invent and reinvent oneself. Outonomy is a living ecosystem, both minimal and optimal," explains Lehanneur. "It’s a dialogue with civilization and architecture's history of isolated dwellings: the igloo, the hut, the yurt. The challenge is to align our needs with current technologies. Far from nostalgic or a retreat to the past, Outonomy aims to answer: What do I truly need?"

Pavilion 7 Highlights: Baccarat and What’s New? in Deco

Pavilion 7 hosted Baccarat with "Alchemy, the immersive experience," a visual journey through the savoir-faire of the historic manufacturer celebrating its 260th anniversary this year.

Also in Pavilion 7, Elizabeth Leriche curated What’s New?

in decor, the trend expert who forecasts the colors and materials shaping the aesthetics of tomorrow's interiors, where wild and dreamy nature is omnipresent in its textural nuances and tones.

Pavilion 6: The Hospitality Lab

Pavilion 6 presented the Hospitality Lab with Inspire me! - Tech Eden by Peclers Paris, exploring the future of hospitality through biophilic and high-tech experiences, and The Showcase by REV Studio—an aesthetically light and immersive installation narrating the hybridization of hospitality spaces blending the real with the virtual.

Looking Forward: From Paris to Salone del Mobile.Milano

As the lights of Maison&Objet 2024 dim, we leave Paris with a renewed vision of design that will guide us to the Salone del Mobile.Milano. We eagerly await to see how these trends will inspire the world around us. Stay connected and don't miss the upcoming innovations that will shape our environments and enrich our daily experiences.

Until next time, let's continue to dream and create without boundaries.  

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l’Opificio @ Artemest - L’Appartamento for Milan Design Week 2024

l’Opificio @ SalonedelMobile.Milano 2024