Maison et Objet 2020: The Best of Day 1!

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Maison et Objet 2020 has kicked off! Within the next couple of days, you can expect an exciting range of unique innovations within the luxury furniture scenario. There are many novelties that many of the world’s top brands are just eager to show you. CovetED is about to take you on an inspiring tour through some of the best stands of the fair so far!

 

Maison et Objet 2020: The Best of Day 1!

 

One of the main highlights of the event, we have to point to the presence of Michael Anastasiades. When the designer first launched his eponymous lighting brand in 2007, the first fair at which he presented his new designs was Maison et Objet. Today he returned to this event and gave a unique talk about his work, as well as other relevant topics regarding the future of design, specifically of “Light and Space”.

 

Maison et Objet 2020: The Best of Day 1!

 

Another relevant presence at the event was that of Pierre-Yves Rochon. Thanks to his approach to each project with a unique perspective he’s managed to ear notorious fame in the interior design community. He was at Maison et Objet in order to provide “A certain idea of luxury”.

 

This first day was also filled with many new surprises. Within the stands of Maison et Objet 2020, in the next couple of days, you will be able to see and inspire yourself with some of the best and most luxurious brands the world has ever seen. A walk through many of the halls will allow you to have an inspiring look at many of the top trends and bespoke products within the luxury market. Check out our gallery below for some inspiration from the world’s top luxury players.

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Maison et Objet 2020: The Best of Day 1!

 



 

Hall 8 – Stand C3

 

Iconic and unparalleled, the Pixel Cabinet presents a ground-breaking work of pioneering design. This piece carries the dedication and art of those who built it, a variety of traditional production techniques to craft an avant-garde furniture piece that is authentic, joyful and a perfect match for the digital age. Its playful character is captured in shape and colour palette, challenging design and finest craftsmanship.

 

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