M&O: taste and hospitality

The fair in Paris guides visitors through novel itineraries and installations to capture trends in the world of hotels and restaurants

Maison&Objet, ©AE THION
Maison&Objet, ©Ae Thion

There’s no place like Paris to enjoy taste and hospitality. Paris Nord Villepinte becomes the ideal location, from 6 to 10 September, for Maison&Objet, the fair on interior decorating with a particular focus on hotels and restaurants.

A universe to explore through exhibits, conferences and installations, covering a wide range of products and solutions to narrate the hottest trends in the design world today. This line of reasoning also extends to companies in the cookware sector like De Buyer, Revol, Gien and Serax, and successful decor brands like Normann Copenhagen, Duravit or Bloomingville.

Maison&Objet, La Gare ©Jerome Galland
Maison&Objet, La Gare ©Jerome Galland

M&O pays close attention to the art de vivre and high-class hospitality, as in the Cook&Share area: from grills to table settings, hundreds of brands present original creations for chefs and bartenders; or Home Linens for the latest textile trends.

Maison&Objet, ©Fiffioux
Maison&Objet, ©Fiffioux

The exhibitors are subdivided by themes: Forever presents timeless style, Unique et Eclectic reflects on creativity on a global scale, while Today concentrates on new developments.

Maison&Objet, What's New?
Maison&Objet, What’s New? ©Ae Thion

We should not forget to mention the What’s New? Space, where you can visit two exhibitions created respectively by François Delclaux and Elizabeth Leriche: Share selects new ideas for the table, entertaining and restaurants, from the brands participating in the fair, staging them with contemporary flair; while Care explores new ways of welcoming and taking care of guests.

Laura Gonzalez, Designer of the Year a Maison&Objet 2019
Laura Gonzalez, Designer of the Year a Maison&Objet 2019

Finally, it is worth noting that Laura Gonzalez has been named come Designer of the Year for the September 2019 edition of Maison&Objet. The young architect has designed one of the cafes in Pavilion 7.