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Maison et Objet 2020: See the Highlights of Day 5!Wednesday 22 January 2020
Maison et Objet 2020 has come to a close, and no doubt that the event once again managed to leave a mark when it comes to amazing trends which will be marking the remainder of 2020. Many trends were defined, the talks were as varied and insightful as ever, and of course, many of the top brands of the event have left their own mark in bringing forward many marking collections. CovetED will be showing you some highlights of the final day, as well as from the main event in general.
Another interesting initiative that took place on the last day of the event was the Here Come the Bloggers action. In it, My Interior Details (@myinteriordetails), Do it but do it now (@doitbutdoitnow), Craftifair (@craftifair), Noranilpferd (@noranilpferd) have taken a look at some interesting furniture conceptions of Maison et Objet 2020, giving them time to unearth some real gems. Above is one of the favourite sets by the four bloggers.
Another section that generated some buzz was definitely the WHAT’S NEW? “LIVING ” by François Delclaux at Hall 4. This whole area is dedicated to the living room, bringing together some of the top concepts dedicated to the living room, which were spotted at the show around the theme “ALIVE!”.
The Rising Talents section at Maison et Objet 2020 was also one of the main attractions of the event, giving 5 young designers and a duo the nomination by a prestigious Jury, with the sponsorship of the French Ministry of Culture. – Adrien Garcia, Julie Richoz, Laureline Galliot, Mathieu Peyroulet Ghilini, Natacha & Sacha and Wendy Andreu had the honour of having their unique works exposed at Hall 6.
When it comes to marking talks on this final day, we highlight the (RE) GENERATION! one. Vincent Grégoire took the stage to talk about how a new generation is taking power and infusing new energies in many of society’s areas.
For this article, we’ve picked some of the best products from Maison et Objet 2020 which have definitely captured our attention. Check out our gallery below and enjoy some inspiration from some of the most interesting conceptions by bespoke luxury brands.
Diana is a vintage table lamp inspired by some of the greatest design classics of the mid-century era. It is a handmade lamp built with materials such as brass and aluminium. Brass was used on the body, whilst aluminium was chosen for the shade. This small lamp is easily the perfect reading light, having a movable and adjustable shade, that casts light to where it is needed.